How long does Halo Treatment take?
Halo laser treatments can take between 30 and 60 minutes. Depending on the type of Halo treatment sought, nonablative or pro-ablative, the appointment time may increase to allow for the application of a topical anesthetic. This numbing cream may need to sit on the skin for 30 to 45 minutes before the brief procedure begins.
How long does a Halo Treatment last?
The results achieved with Halo treatments improve gradually over several weeks as new collagen is produced and stored in the skin. Approximately one month after this laser procedure, patients notice brighter, clearer, smoother skin. This can maintain for many months, especially when touch-up treatments are conducted and patients implement a strong skincare routine using quality products.
How much does Halo Treatment cost?
The cost of Halo treatment can vary from person to person. This is because we customized care to meet particular needs. It is possible to tailor treatment to achieve results more quickly or slowly, which influences the total investment one makes into their skin. During your consultation with us, we will discuss the various ways in which Halo treatment can be performed and what that means in terms of comfort, recovery, results, and cost.
What To Expect From Halo Fractional Laser
Halo fractional laser offers gradual, progressive results that correlate with the intensity of each treatment. After a brief period of redness and, in some cases, flaking, patients can expect their skin to glow more radiantly, feel smoother, and have a more even, youthful complexion. These improvements can continue for up to 6 months as new levels of collagen are reached.