Halo Hybrid Fractional Resurfacing Laser

Halo Laser Treatment – Restore Your Glow and Erase Years of Sun Damage

Halo laser treatments restore your youthful glow without the downtime of other laser treatments. You can erase years of sun damage in a single treatment with Sciton’s hybrid fractional laser Halo.

Thinking About Laser Resurfacing?

Sciton’s fractional laser can achieve ablative laser results without the downtime associated with older lasers. Here are some of the many reasons to consider Halo laser treatments.

Great results. Minimal downtime.

Halo is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser delivery simultaneous ablative and non-ablative wavelengths in a single pass. This allows for aggressive treatments with minimal downtime. Older laser technologies like CO2 or Fraxel require days downtime…….and by downtime I mean cooped up indoors with a thick layer of Aquaphor on your face for a week or more. Halo patients can get ablative laser results with non-ablative downtime. No Aquaphor required!

Halo Combines Dermal Rejuvenation and Epidermal Renewal

Halo creates a grid of tiny pathways in the skin but leaves the surrounding tissue untouched for fast dermal rejuvenation. Fractional thermal injury points are laid down at the same time triggering collagen and elastin production – the stuff that makes you look and feel younger.

Botox and Fillers Work Great……But They Won’t Fix Your Skin

Botox and fillers work wonders on wrinkles……but they don’t do much for dark spots, large pores and dull skin. That’s where Halo excels. Don’t let these common conditions keep you from looking your best. Combine Halo with other aesthetic treatments to give you the look you’ve always wanted.  

What To Expect After Halo Laser

Halo recovery times will vary depending on how aggressive a treatment you choose, but the following general timeline gives you an idea of what to expect after your Halo treatment.

Immediately After

Immediately after your treatment you face will feel hot like you have a sunburn. We will provide ice packs and you can take ibuprofen or Tylenol to help with any discomfort, but after a couple of hours the sunburn feeling will fade.

1 Day After Halo

The first day after Halo treatment you may have some swelling and your face may be tender. The swelling and tenderness should resolve over the next 24 hours.

2-3 Days After Halo

On the second or third day after halo you will begin to see tiny dark spots and a bronzed complexion. During this part of the healing pattern your face will feel rough and have a light sandpaper texture. It may also itch as your skin continues to recover. (Don’t scratch!)

1 Week After Halo

2 Weeks After Halo

The bronzing and the roughness will flake away leaving your skin with a rosy glow.

You will be asking when you can schedule your next Halo!

How Much Does Halo Cost?

Treatments are $1,500 for one and $2,500 for two treatments.

How Long Does a Halo Treatment Take?

The treatment itself takes between 30 and 45 minutes but patients need to numb before the treatment so plan on spending 2 to 2 ½ hours in the office. Halo treatments can be adjusted to be lighter or more aggressive, so discuss your goals with Dr Mess.

We Want to Hear From You!

We’re eager to answer your questions, schedule your consultation, and help make the journey toward achieving your aesthetic goals as easy as possible.