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Halo Glow Laser Treatment

What is Halo Glow?

The Halo Laser is a leading fractional hybrid laser that is used to treat and minimize the appearance of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging. While using the Forever Young BBL, we can target these skin concerns at a more superficial level, and with the Halo, we can penetrate deeper into the dermis.

Our Medical Providers use a fractionated laser to target the deepest dermal layers; this results in stimulated collagen production, which helps speed up cellular turnover. Due to new tissue regrowth, clients can expect a younger, firmer, and clearer complexion.

The Halo laser can be used to treat multiple different skin conditions including dyschromia, pores, wrinkles around the eyes, and deep wrinkles. The Halo targets visual signs of sun damage in addition to damage that cannot be seen – hitting all layers of the dermis. While the best results can be seen when used on the chest, face, and neck, it can also be used to treat the hands and arms. Due to a constant temperature monitoring system installed in the device, the Halo treatment is more tolerable and comfortable than others of its type. This also allows for the most accurate treatment.

What is Halo resurfacing?

Halo resurfacing is used to reverse skin damage done by age and sun damage, and restore skin back to its younger, healthier version. Our Medical Provider will scan a laser beam across the treatment area which can remove the top layer of skin safely. The body then regenerates a healthy layer of skin allowing the face to look more youthful. The body also generates new collagen formation which helps make the skin look tighter. Depending on the damage to skin, the treatment can range from shallow superficial peels to deep resurfacing treatment.

How do I know if I am a candidate for Halo laser? 

In a complimentary consultation, one of our experienced Medical Providers will determine if you are a candidate for Halo and how many treatments you will need. Some common concerns that can be addressed with Halo are:

  • Texture
  • Pores
  • Scarring
  • Fine lines
  • Mild pigment
  • Crepiness

How does the Halo laser treatment work? 

For your Halo treatment, you will arrive one hour prior for topical numbing for your treatment. Once we rinse off the numbing and wash your face, we thoroughly sterilize the skin. We will then take custom measurements to achieve optimal settings. Our Medical Providers will customize these settings based on your skin concerns and downtime. Then, we will treat your skin with pulses from the Halo hand piece, and your treatment will be complete in no time!

What areas should I have treated with Halo?

We often times treat client’s face and neck together, but we can also treat areas on the body for scarring. We always remind you not to forget about your neck and chest when undergoing a treatment on the face!

At what age should I treat with Halo?       

We recommend everyone treat with Halo – whether it be preventative to give you the “Halo Glow,” or we can tackle concerns as you age to maintain and improve your skin!

How often can I have the Halo Laser treatment? 

We recommend 2 treatments spaced 1-3 months apart, then to treat with Halo annually after that. This will be determined by your Medical Provider based on your skin assessment in your complimentary consultation!

Does Halo work on acne scars? 

YES! Halo and Co2 are our first choices for deep scars that need to be treated.

What is the downtime after Halo?

The Halo treatment has a standard downtime of one week, however, some individuals can remain red & swollen for 2 weeks. No downtime with Halo, means not as good of results—so please plan accordingly!


How to Prepare for Halo Laser Treatment? 

We recommend staying out of the sun for two weeks pre-treatment. Do not use retinol or salicylic acid for 1 week pre-treatment. If you have melasma or are a darker skin type, we ask that you treat with hydroquinone for one week pre-treatment.

Can I wear makeup after Halo Laser? 

You should refrain from wearing makeup post-treatment for 48 hours following your treatment.

Why La Chele?

Our Medical Providers and Medical Aestheticians are incredibly experienced and trained by the world-renowned Dr. Lisa Espinoza. Our team at La Chele has been leading in the industry since the beginning of aesthetics. We continue to pioneer the way for new techniques, combination treatments, services, and advanced care. Each of our treatments are customizable, and our comprehensive consultations are unlike any other, where you will go home with a custom treatment plan formulated just for you.

Call La Chele Medical Aesthetics today to book your complimentary consultation to see if BBL or Halo is right for you at 215-862-6100!