What is Halo by Sciton?

The Halo by Sciton is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser. This means that it delivers non-ablative (heats underlying tissues) and ablative (removes the topmost layer of skin) wavelengths simultaneously to resurface the skin for maximum results. While the non-ablative wavelength targets concerns such as large pores, lines and wrinkles, age spots, and pigmentation, the ablative wavelength stimulates collagen production, tightening lax skin.

The Halo treatment can address the following skin concerns:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Large pores.
  • Sun damage.
  • Skin discoloration.
  • Uneven skin texture.
  • Scarring.
  • Visible signs of aging.

Halo by Sciton Candidates

Adults who are looking to rejuvenate the skin on their face, hands, legs, chest, arms, and neck can benefit from Halo by Sciton. Individuals who are pregnant, who have active acne, deep wrinkles, or very dark skin tones may not be ideal candidates. Please contact our Grand Rapids, MI office today to schedule a consultation appointment to determine if Halo is the right treatment for your skin goals.

The Halo by Sciton Treatment

To begin your Halo laser treatment, a topical anesthetic will be applied to numb the treatment area. Then, If your face is being treated, it will be measured with motion tracking technology to ensure ideal treatment. The Halo laser is then applied to the skin, delivering ablative and non-ablative technology simultaneously. The length of your treatment session will depend on the number of areas being treated.

What to Expect Following Halo by Sciton

Following treatment, you may experience a burning sensation, similar to the feeling of a sunburn. Swelling and redness may also occur and will resolve over the next 2-3 days. It is important that you stay out of the sun as much as you can for at least 24 hours post-treatment to ensure the best results. individuals can reapply makeup within 24 hours of treatment. Patients should be able to see visible improvement in as little as 1-2 treatment sessions.

Contact Us Today

To get started on your journey toward flawless skin, contact Grand Pearl Spa today to schedule your consultation appointment. During this meeting, you will speak with our team to discuss your medical history and aesthetic goals so that a personalized treatment plan can be created. We are dedicated to providing you with outstanding results!

What is Halo by Sciton?

Halo by Sciton is a hybrid fractional laser that uses both ablative and nonablative wavelengths to resurface the skin and target a variety of skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles and enlarged pores.

How does the Halo laser treatment work?

The Halo laser treatment works by using different laser wavelengths to resurface the skin, promote collagen production, and address skin laxity issues.

What skin concerns can be addressed with Halo?

Halo can address fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, sun damage, scarring, age spots, pigmentation, and sagging skin.

How many Halo sessions are typically required to see results?

We typically recommend one to two Halo treatment sessions to see results, but it can depend on your skin concerns as well as a number of other factors.

Can Halo treat both pigmentation and texture issues simultaneously?

Absolutely! Because the device uses both ablative and nonablative laser wavelengths, it can address surface issues and deeper concerns at the same time.

What is the downtime associated with Halo?

You may have some swelling and redness for three to four days after treatment, but beyond that, you can go about your daily routine as you normally would.

How long do the results of the Halo laser treatment last?

The results of Halo laser treatment can last for years, but protecting your skin from UV rays with sunscreen is vital to maintain the results.

Is the Halo laser treatment suitable for all skin types?

Yes! Halo laser treatment can be used on all skin types.

Are there any potential side effects or risks associated with Halo?

Some of the side effects associated with Halo include redness, swelling, and infection. The redness and swelling should go away after a few days, and with proper care, infection shouldn't be an issue.

What is the difference between ablative and non-ablative laser treatments, and where does Halo fit in?

Ablative lasers remove the top layer of skin, while non-ablative laser treatments use heat to target the deeper layers of the skin without hurting the surface layer. Halo combines both laser treatments together to provide the best results.

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