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Transform Your Skin with Halo™: The Hybrid Fractional Laser Treatment for Enhanced Radiance

You may already know that laser treatment options exist to help loose, aging skin regain some of its youthful glow and healthy appearance. While some laser therapy treatments have been limited in scope, new developments have changed the state of the industry.

The Halo™ hybrid fractional laser treatment is an advanced procedure that can give you some of the best benefits of ablative laser resurfacing without many of the drawbacks.

What Is the Halo™ Hybrid Fractional Laser?

Sciton® has produced a laser that combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths in a single laser treatment. In other words, Sciton's Halo™ treatment allows for the benefits of ablative laser resurfacing while minimizing the pain, discomfort, and sometimes lengthy recovery time associated with traditional ablative procedures.

This method also potentially reduces the number of sessions that a patient needs before they can start seeing the results and the vibrant skin they want. This means you could start seeing glowing skin and fewer visible signs of premature aging in less time.

From reducing fine lines and wrinkles to correcting pigmentation and even acne scarring, the Halo™ hybrid fractional laser is a great treatment option for patients with a variety of skin concerns.

How Does Halo™ Work?

As the name suggests, the Halo™ hybrid fractional laser treatment combines multiple types of lasers to perform a type of cosmetic phototherapy. Specifically, Halo™ combines ablative and non-ablative laser wavelengths to get the job done.

Ablative wavelengths are aimed at treating the outer layers of the skin, meaning they can help improve unevenly textured skin, correct pore size problems, and more through the magic of epidermal renewal.

Non-ablative wavelengths, on the other hand, can go deeper into the skin to provide greater dermal rejuvenation. This form of laser light can correct deeper levels of damage caused by excessive sun exposure by encouraging collagen production at the cellular level.

By working in tandem, the two wavelength forms of the Halo™ technology can address multiple skincare concerns in order to produce healthier, younger-looking skin within a relatively short time period.

What Are the Benefits of Halo™?

There are many known benefits associated with the Halo™ hybrid fractional laser light treatment. For starters, the combined wavelengths can produce a brighter, clearer, and more even skin tone in the affected area. Halo™ can also reduce the appearance of your skin pores, which can create improvements in your skin's overall appearance.

Halo™ can also be used as an effective treatment for specific forms of skin aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, as well as discolorations, age spots, and other signs of sun damage.

Apart from the results that it can achieve, Halo™ is also beneficial if you're looking for a procedure that involves minimal downtime, a relatively comfortable treatment session, and noticeable results that will last for a long time.

The Science-Backed Power of Halo™

In addition to the advantages listed above, Halo™ hybrid fractional laser treatment also stands out thanks to its dynamic thermal optimization (DTO) technology. DTO allows your dermatological professional to customize the treatment to your unique needs.

For instance, your cosmetic expert can control the energy level, depth, and temperature of the Halo™ laser with a high degree of precision. This enables your skin care specialist to provide a customizable treatment adjusted to your specific skin type.

Instead of a one-size-fits-all method, the DTO technology within the Halo™ system gives you the chance to receive a safe, personalized treatment with the power of laser energy.

Which Areas Can Halo™ Treat?

Common areas for treatment with the Halo™ hybrid fractional laser treatment include the face, arms, hands, legs, neck, and chest areas. As you might imagine, Halo™ treatment is popular for areas that receive the greatest amount of sun exposure or otherwise show off the signs of aging most obviously.

However, the Halo™ treatment protocol is safe enough that it can be used on virtually any part of your body that has been affected by signs of aging, sun damage, certain types of scars (including acne scars), and similar skin conditions. 

Who Should Receive Halo™ Hybrid Fractional Laser Treatment?

Getting the Halo™ treatment in Fargo is intended for anyone who wants to experience youthful skin, especially anyone who has been struggling with skin imperfections caused by sun damage or premature aging, such as dark spots.

Whether you're struggling with the unwanted appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, leathery skin, enlarged pores, an uneven skin tone, or unsightly discolorations, Halo™ laser treatment could be just what you're looking for. 

What a Halo™ Treatment Consultation Looks Like

Before you can experience a Halo™ laser treatment session, you will be examined by a dermatological specialist who will create a treatment plan based on your current skin imperfections and desired outcomes. Your medical professional will also discuss your medical history, including a list of your current medications and any recent cosmetic procedures you have already undergone.

The health and beauty specialist may also take before-and-after photographs to highlight the results of your treatment.

The Halo™ Treatment Procedure

On the day of your Halo™ hybrid fractional laser procedure, the medical professional will make you comfortable with a topical anesthetic applied directly to the treatment area. Patients commonly report only a mild prickling feeling during the treatment process.

During the Halo™ procedure, you will also be provided with eye protection. The entire Halo™ procedure should take no more than an hour.

Taking Care of Yourself After Your Halo™ Hybrid Fractional Laser Treatment

With your Halo™ session in the rearview mirror, you can expect to feel some tightness and slight redness in your skin. Your medical professional will provide you with a list of skincare products to help your skin's healing process post-treatment during your roughly 5-7 days of downtime.

During the next month, your affected skin will be extra sensitive to UV rays and hot water, so you will need to wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 for a month, as well as limit any hot showers or baths for the same period of time.

As your skin regenerates and heals itself, you may experience some light flaking as the fresh skin emerges within the first few days after treatment. This healing can be further amplified by a second or even third Halo™ treatment, depending on the recommendation of your cosmetic care provider.

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Looking forward to the glowing, youthful skin of your dreams? Contact Altaire Clinic today and let our team of board-certified specialists take care of you!

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