The Halo Laser is a revolutionary laser that operates using two distinct wavelengths, ablative and non ablative.
Ablative lasers remove the outer layer of the skin while heating up the underlying structure.
Non-ablative lasers use light, and sometimes heat, to trigger a controlled injury and phototherapy.
Ablative laser resurfacing is the best choice for:
- Significant fine lines and wrinkles
- Have deep or pitted scaring
- Want to see significant results fast
- Able to take time off work
Non-ablative lasers is the best choice for:
- Mild fine lines and wrinkles
- Pigment related concerns such as sun spots or acne scars
- Mild to moderate concerns in skin texture and tone
- Willing to undergo several treatments before getting your best results.
- Unable to have downtime.
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What To Expect
Before the treatment, the provider will place a topical anaesthetic ointment on the skin for improved comfort to numb the area being treated. During the treatment, you should feel minimal to no discomfort as the HALO handpiece gently rolls across your skin. Simultaneously, cool air will blow for additional comfort. After the treatment, most patients will continue to feel warm for an additional 30 to 60 minutes, or a bit longer with deeper treatment levels.
What It Treats
Wrinkles and Fine Lines
The key to aging gracefully is minimizing the affects of collagen loss, softening areas of volume loss and weaken fine muscles that create lines and wrinkles.
Sun Spots and Melasma
Melasma, grey or brown patchy discolouration usually appearing on the forehead, cheeks and chin in young women between the ages of 25-50.
Rosacea/Redness; Defined as bumps, time pus filled pimples and enlarged blood vessels on the skin, rosacea can be described as rough, red, uneven skin. Some clinical symptoms include: Pimple like bumps (without black or white heads), burning, stinging or itching, dry skin, persistent redness and frequent flushing.