HALO LASER SKIN TREATMENT –
HYBRID FRACTIONAL LASER
Halo™ is the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL), which delivers non-ablative (1470nm) and ablative (2940nm) wavelengths to the same microscopic treatment zone, giving patients results they love without the discomfort or downtime they expect. Easy to use and virtually painless, Halo laser skin treatment sets the standard for the future of laser resurfacing by providing a safe and powerful long-term hybrid solution.
Long term sun exposure, active lifestyle and the wear and tear of everyday living results in visible signs of skin aging, including wrinkles, discoloration, scars and laxity. A fractional HALO laser skin treatment, whether ablative or coagulative, allows the epidermis to heal quickly as long as the dermis remains intact. Ablative fractional resurfacing is a well-established treatment that vaporizes aged tissue with less thermal injury, with mild to moderate levels of morbidity and downtime.
Conversely, non-ablative fractional resurfacing causes thermal injury and tissue coagulation with lower levels of morbidity. The HALO hybrid fractional laser combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths delivered to the same microscopic treatment zone to maximize clinical results and minimize downtimes. The HALO laser skin treatment is safe and effective, while providing an enhanced patient experience.
Halo laser skin treatment provides unique benefits including:
- Ability to treat pores using ablative and non-ablative wavelengths
- Results in just 1-2 treatments vs. 3-5 traditional resurfacing treatments*
- More comfortable than traditional fractional resurfacing
- Faster healing time
HALO LASER – Q & A:
Halo is the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser which is revolutionising laser skin treatments. HALO delivers non-ablative and ablative wavelengths to the skin, giving patients results they love without the discomfort or downtime they expect.
The halo delivers new technology which produces effective results that improve the appearance of numerous skin conditions. Halo sets the standard for the future of laser resurfacing by providing safe and powerful treatments.
Anyone that is looking to improve the texture and radiance of their skin. We all want that halo glow! Halo targets years of skin damage and visible signs of aging. If you suffer from wrinkles, discolouration, pigmentation, sun damage, uneven skin tone, acne scarring, enlarged pores and poor texture then the halo treatment is for you.
Halo treats areas such as face, eyes, neck, chest/décolletage, hands or any areas that there is sun damage or textural concerns.
The halo laser treatment does have some downtime and recovery and your skin does require time to heal. During this time your skin is vulnerable to the sun and you should avoid exposure to UVA and UVB rays therefore the best time of year to have this treatment is winter. This is the time of year we are indoors and uv exposure is lower. Avoiding sun expose will ensure optimal results from your halo treatments.
You and your skin therapist can choose how many treatments you want to do!. You can have two deeper treatments or have multiple treatments that are less aggressive and achieve a similar goal over a longer period of time.
The halo treatment works to reverse the signs of aging by damaging and removing the old damaged superficial epidermal cells of the skin. The dual laser technology penetrates deep into the skin using heat energy, this energy targets water within the skin.
This controlled processed causes damage to the skin that encourages the skins own natural wound healing response which in turns switches on the collagen and elastin production. This incredible process leads to skin that is healthy and rejuvenated with increased levels of collagen and elastin.
Without a personal consultation with a qualified skin therapist at Infinity Skin Clinic, it can be tricky to determine a final cost for HALO laser treatments. Your specific needs and the areas to be treated are the main considerations when devising a treatment plan.
Our current prices are:
- Halo and BBL full face $1600
- Halo full face costs $1550
- Halo Neck $1200
- Halo Decolletage $1550
- Halo Hands $450
- Halo Eyes $450
- Halo Scar $350
HALO sessions start at $350 per treatment but the number of sessions required will alter the cost. Those who choose to combine treatments should also expect a different cost. Unfortunately, this is a strictly cosmetic treatment, so it won’t be covered by your medical insurer.
Yes, your skin does required preparation before treatment. It is advised to have a consultation with our skin clinicians to ensure that you are using the correct cosmeceutical skin care products that is mandatory for the halo treatment. These skin care products safeguard and promote effective results with the halo treatment.
You also must avoid active skin care products such as vitamin A, BHA and AHAs 1 week prior to the halo treatment.
Avoid sun exposure for 2-4 weeks prior to laser, including fake tan. Please advise your skin clinician if you have an upcoming holiday. Wear sunscreen daily with vigilant application every two hours.
Please prep your skin with the prescribe skincare for you, avoid hot baths, saunas and exercise before the treatment. If you suffer from cold sores, please take the recommended medication to prevent a viral breakout. Take an anti-viral (for cold sores) medication the day before treatment and the day of treatment. Most importantly avoid the sun.
You will feel minimal discomfort during the treatment however you skin clinician will apply a topical anesthetic which will reduce the sensation of the laser. If you are prone to swelling it can be advised to take an antihistamine.
For the first 24 hours you will be instructed by your skin clinician of what products to use to protect and support your skin healing. Avoid the sun, exercise, hot showers and baths. Don not touch your face. Mineral make up can be applied the next day.
Yes, you do need to take time off work, downtime is typically 5-7 days. You experience heat, swelling and redness immediately post treatment this generally occurs for the first two days.
3-5 days post treatment your skin can feel tight, a slight bronzed appearance and dry skin. This dry skin will flack off.
4-5 days post treatment it is recommended to come into the clinic for your post treatment omnilux. The omnilux treatment will speed up the recovery time of the halo and improve skin rejuvenation. It’s the perfect time to see how your skin recovering.
Weeks after the treatment is when you start to see the greatest improvement in the skin, the halo glow is undeniable. You need to continue to use the products that were first prescribe to you in the initial consultation especially sunscreen. Avoid sun exposure and other invasive skin treatments. 4 weeks post treatment is the perfect time to have another halo treatment.
Your halo results can last for years to come as long as you continue to keep your skin healthy and protected against uv.
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