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HALO

HALO is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser that makes use of both non-ablative and ablative laser technologies at the same time to target and effectively address a great range of various skin issues.

What is HALO?

Halo is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser that makes use of both non-ablative and ablative laser technologies at the same time to target and effectively address a great range of various skin issues. The innovative, combinatorial approach of this treatment yields significantly more results than the non-ablative laser technology, which usually requires multiple treatments for visible results, and it is less invasive than the ablative lasers which involve longer post-treatment recovery time.

Halo uses adjustable non-ablative (1470 nm) and ablative (2940 nm) wavelengths concurrently to a specific treatment zone, offering, that way, maximum results with minimal downtime. This method exploits intelligent energy delivery, in combination with Dynamic Thermal Optimization, ensuring targeted, even and safe therapy. Halo, in other words, is the future of laser rejuvenation that provides a reliable and powerful hybrid option.

Halo Benefits

Halo is the laser therapy of choice of both men and women of all ages, as it is renowned for its unique benefits. It is the ideal choice for those who seek an effective treatment for enlarged pores and signs of aging, which makes at the same time the most of both ablative and non-ablative technology. It is perfect for smoothing the appearance of scars, fine lines and wrinkles, correcting sun-damaged skin, and enhancing the overall health and texture of your skin. In addition, it has amazing results in hand revitalization, and it can be combined with other treatments. Moreover, unlike traditional resurfacing therapies, it offers noticeable results in just 1–2 treatments and with lower cost. It is an easy-to-perform and safe option for those who pursue a more comfortable resurfacing method with faster recovery time.


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Improves These
Conditions:

Minimize Pores
Signs of Aging
Skin Texture
Hyperpigmentation
Wrinkle and Fine Lines
Skin Resurfacing

Benefits:

Safe for all skin colors
Suitable for all skin types
Quick results

About the Procedure

The Halo laser system delivers both ablative and non-ablative laser energy to the skin. The ablative wavelength targets the top layers of the skin, promoting skin resurfacing, while the non-ablative wavelength penetrates deeper to stimulate collagen production and tissue remodeling.

A topical numbing cream is applied 30 to 60 minutes prior to the procedure. Then, your face is measured with a motion-tracking technology for an even, uniform treatment. During the process, the Halo handpiece is rolled over each part of your skin until the end of the treatment, indicated by the motion-tracking device. There is almost no discomfort, rather a warm tingling sensation.

After the session, you should not apply make-up for at least a day. In case of swelling or redness, a cold compress will help soothe your skin. Lastly, it is advisable to stay away from the sun exposure throughout the recovery time.

Halo Potential Side Effects

The side effects after a Halo laser treatment are minor and mainly include skin redness and tenderness. Swelling is likely to occur but it can be reduced with ice packs and elevated head during your sleep in the first couple of nights. Flaking and peeling are also common after treatment and they last no more than a week. Despite these side effects, you can apply makeup and resume your everyday activities the day after therapy.

Procedure Details:

DURATION

60 Minutes

RECOMMENDED SESSIONS

Once every 6 months

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Is Halo laser treatment painful?

Halo laser treatment is well-tolerated by most patients. During the procedure, patients may experience a warming sensation and mild discomfort, but a topical numbing cream is typically applied before the treatment to enhance comfort.

Is there any downtime after Halo laser treatment?

The side effects after a Halo laser treatment are minor and mainly include skin redness and tenderness. Swelling is likely to occur, but it can be reduced with ice packs and elevated head during your sleep in the first couple of nights. Flaking and peeling are also common after treatment, and they last no more than a week. Despite these side effects, you can apply makeup and resume your everyday activities the day after therapy.

What conditions can be treated with Halo laser?

Halo laser treatment is effective in addressing a wide range of skin concerns, including sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, texture irregularities, and improving overall skin quality.

Is Halo safe?

The HALO treatment is a safe laser resurfacing method that is suitable for a wide variety of skin types and skin tones, even for those people with darker skin. As soon as you consult an experienced and skilled medical aesthetician or practitioner who would guide you throughout the process, you will face no serious complications and you will experience the maximum results.

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