What is the Halo Laser?
The Halo Laser by Sciton is a hybrid fractional laser that combines ablative and non-ablative lasers to produce your best skin ever. While other laser treatments rely on only one type of laser, the Halo Laser combines both to stimulate collagen production via heat and microscopic channels. The Halo Laser is ideal for clients who want to see quicker results from their laser skin resurfacing treatments!
Candidates for the Halo Laser
Candidates for the Halo Laser are those individuals who have hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles and fine lines, large pores, and texture discoloration. With the Halo Laser, candidates will see brighter, clearer, and more radiant skin that looks years younger.
Not everyone will be a candidate for a Halo Laser treatment, as some skin tones and textures make it difficult for the laser to target hyperpigmentation.
How Does It Work?
The Halo Laser works by combining two types of laser to trigger maximum collagen production. The first laser type – non-ablative – uses heat energy to stimulate collagen production and temporary skin tightening at the treatment site. The second laser type – ablative – creates microscopic channels in the skin’s surface, which kickstarts the body’s healing processes.
In short, the Halo Laser unleashes your body’s maximum collagen production, which helps speed up cellular turnover while helping the skin look younger and more radiant.
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*Individual Results May Vary*
Is It Painful?
The Halo Laser treatment isn’t painful, but some patients do find it uncomfortable. We will use a topical numbing cream to help prep your skin before your procedure and increase your comfort.
Is There Any Downtime?
There’s minimal downtime associated with the treatment, so you can go about your normal daily routine. Skin will be red for the first few days after the procedure, with some peeling up to a week out from the procedure. Your skin will be sensitive to UV rays, so it’s important to keep it protected with sunscreen and covered from the sun. After 24 hours, any resulting redness or swelling should be resolved.