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Halo Laser in Lawrence
Skin Rejuvenation Treatment
The Halo Laser is the world’s first and only hybrid fractional laser.
The Halo laser uses a combination of wavelengths to repair the visible signs of aging, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, discoloration, enlarged pores, poor texture and uneven skin tone – including Melasma. Halo laser treatments improve every aspect of your skin with minimal downtime.
What it treats
Uneven skin tone
- Face ~ 30 – 45 mins
- Chest/Neck ~ 20mins
- Hands ~ 15mins
- Body Zones ~ 30-90mins
Recovery Time & Side Effects
- 4-6 days of minimal downtime
- Potential swelling post treatment
Our clients experience improvements in their overall tone and texture in addition to a reduced appearance of discoloration, fine lines, and pore size. Most clients experience increased skin reflectivity and glow as well.
#1 Provider in the World for Halo Laser
AesthetiCare was awarded not only with Diamond Level (highest) with Sciton for Halo but we also were #1 in treatments performed nationwide!!!
Treatments that pair well with the Halo Laser
See more dramatic results with combined treatments.
Patients that combine treatments see better, faster results than doing one treatment alone. Talk to one of our professional team members today about potential cost savings when you book multiple treatments together!
Benefits of the Halo Laser
Remove Fine Lines & Wrinkles
The Halo hybrid fractional laser uses a combination of wavelengths to repair the visible signs of aging, sun damage, discoloration, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone. Halo is intended to rejuvenate the skin with minimal downtime.
Little to no Downtime
The Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser focuses energy on the deeper collagen layer of skin leaving the surface of your skin largely intact for a quicker healing time. It delivers the results of an ablative procedure with little-to-no downtime, like a non-ablative treatment. The best of both worlds!
Release Your Inner Glow
Halo eliminates years of damage by precisely targeting the right depth. Halo restores the luminous glow you had when you were younger.
What to expect?
The Halo Laser Process
How Does the Halo Laser Work?
The Halo Laser combines the benefits of non-ablative and ablative wavelengths to deliver precise results with a much easier and quicker healing experience than other resurfacing lasers on the market. The dual wavelengths unique to the Halo laser allow us to completely customize each patient’s treatment based on their skin’s unique needs and the desired downtime. Halo gives you the results you want without the downtime you expect.
Prior to the Treatment
Before you receive a Halo Laser procedure, your provider will thoroughly cleanse your skin and take VISIA pictures to identify potential treatment areas.
Prepare the Skin
One-hour prior to treatment, we will apply a topical numbing cream to your skin. Once the hour has passed the numbing create is completely removed.
Determine Treatment Settings
Based on your VISIA results, we will set your treatment parameters on the Halo machine to deliver the correct laser light for the best results.
After your skin is treated with the Halo Laser, we apply cool compresses using a zimmer and Avene cooling spray to reduce the heat.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Will it get rid of ALL my wrinkles and spots?
Every client is unique in the way they respond to any cosmetic treatment. The vast majority of our clients are very satisfied the the results of a Halo treatment.
Does it hurt?
The Halo procedure includes 1 hour of numbing with topical lidocaine plus treatment time. The treatment time can vary depending on which area of the face and body you are treating. The client is numbed prior to the treatment so discomfort is minimal; however, you will feel heat immediately post for 1-2 hours, and normally after that there is no discomfort.
Post Treatment Side Effects
Patient selection is important and meeting with your provider for a consultation prior is a good idea. There may be some degree of swelling immediately post treatment.