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Halo Treatments

The most scientifically advanced treatment for sun damage, pigment, fine lines, texture, and pores, without the downtime of traditional ablative and fractional lasers. Now you can get the results you have always wanted, without the downtime!

Everyone’s skin is different. Everyone’s needs are different. Halo allows us to customize your treatment to fit your lifestyle. Need to be back at work tomorrow? A light treatment creates smooth, vibrant skin that’s ready for makeup the next day. Want to create a WOW transformation? A more intense treatment will give your skin that youthful reflective glow with just a few days of downtime.

In the past, you had to choose between a procedure that offered really great results but required a lengthy recovery, or a procedure with a fast recovery but marginal results. Now with Halo you get the best of both worlds: great results with minimal downtime. Halo combines deep dermal rejuvenation with epidermal renewal for a combined synergistic effect you can’t get with any other treatment. You get beautiful results without the downtime!

The Halo Procedure:

Halo is a laser skin rejuvenation treatment that is non-invasive and requires only minimal downtime. Halo uses a dual wavelength process that also includes a cooling system to ensure complete comfort throughout the treatment. One wavelength will target the outer layer (epidermis) and will help combat pigmentations and coloration of the skin. The second wavelength goes much deeper to reverse the damage below the skin. The combination of these two wavelengths give you skin results that you will be proud to show off.

Halo relies on your body’s own healing process to give you glowing, youthful skin and can be used to address many cosmetic concerns. The versatile nature of Halo laser treatment makes it an effective treatment for a variety of skin concerns ranging from mild to moderate such as:

• Enlarged pores • Sun spots • Sun damage • Wrinkles • Scars • Pigmentation on the skin

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Halo FAQ


What is Halo hybrid fractional laser?

What makes Halo unique is its ability to simultaneously deliver both fractional (ablative) and non-fractional (non-ablative) wavelengths in the same area, maximizing results and minimizing downtime. This allows a you to receive a fully customized treatment that can address both mild and severe skin concerns in the epidermis and dermis in a single pass.

During treatment, Halo determines the exact amount of energy needed to complete treatment safely and effectively, based on the treatment level required for your unique concerns. This intelligent energy delivery and Dynamic Thermal Optimization provides a precise and even treatment.

What areas can be treated with Halo?

Halo can target any area on the face and body.

What results can I expect from a Halo treatment?

Halo will be a total skin rejuvenation treatment. You will see dramatic changes in overall tone, texture discoloration, skin reflectivity, lines, pore size, and glow.

How is a Halo treatment performed?

Because Halo incorporates both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths over a single pass of the laser, downtime is drastically reduced from that of fractional lasers.

On your day of treatment, a numbing agent will be applied to your skin to reduce any discomfort you may experience. During the procedure, Halo’s integrated cooling system cools your skin during treatment, making the procedure more comfortable. The applicator constantly monitors the temperature of the skin, ensuring safe and accurate treatment.

Am I a good candidate for Halo?

The ideal candidate for Halo will be an individual in general good health looking to improve the appearance, tone and texture of their skin. Both men and women can benefit from the procedure.

How long does Halo procedure take?

It depends on the area treated. It may be a half hour for the face, or for larger areas and combination therapy it can take over an hour.

How many Halo treatments are necessary?

It depends on the amount of sun damage you have, how much you are looking to improve your skin, and how aggressive the overall treatment is. We have extensive experience in lasers and know how to precisely customize the treatment to give you the best value for your investment. Mild sun damage may only need one treatment while more advanced photo-aging may need three treatments.

Is Halo painful?

With topical anesthetic and integrated cooling technology, most people feel very little discomfort. Most people describe the treatment as a feeling of heat with occasional prickling sensations but are typically comfortable. After the treatment, most people will continue to feel warm for an average of 30 minutes, or a bit longer with deeper treatment levels.

How soon after my treatment can I return to normal activities?

For the first 24 hours you should keep your skin protected and calm, but after that, you should be able to go about your regular activities. You will be able to put on makeup the next day after treatment as you will see very little change on the first day. After two to three days you will develop a bronzing appearance. By day three or four your skin will peel, revealing your new skin beneath.

When will I see results?

You will see initial results about four to five days after your Halo treatment, but your skin will continue to improve over time. Most see the greatest pigmentary improvement in the first two to three weeks. This is followed by a dermal regeneration phase that continues to improve for months.

How much does a Halo treatment cost?

Every Halo treatment is customized for your skin and your lifestyle. Depending on your needs, you may need a single treatment or a series of treatments. Call today and see what Halo and our other non-invasive treatments can do for you!

Can I finance a Halo procedure?

Renew Esthetics and Med Spa is happy to offer the option of financing the Halo procedure through CareCredit. Visit carecredit.com to apply online.