Looking for fresher, smoother, more evenly pigmented skin? Say hello to HALO, the world’s first hybrid fractional laser skin resurfacing treatment. Available at our Tigard, OR, and Vancouver, WA med spa this innovative device combines ablative and non-ablative lasers to maximize your results while minimizing your downtime.

In just 1 or 2 sessions, you can get the HALO glow and leave wrinkles, scarring, sun damage, and more in the past.

How Does HALO Skin Resurfacing Work?

HALO combines two collagen-stimulating wavelengths: one ablative and one nonablative. Here’s how they work:

  • Ablative lasers remove an outer layer of damaged skin, which triggers the skin to heal and treats deeper concerns like scarring and lines. This approach typically involves a longer recovery time.
  • Nonablative lasers are less aggressive, but they also provide less dramatic results, targeting things like pigmentation and minor texture issues.

When these lasers work together, they target both mild surface-level issues and deeper concerns with as little downtime as possible.

What Does HALO Laser Skin Resurfacing Treat?

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We use HALO on the face, neck, chest, arms, hands, and legs to treat concerns such as:

  • Sun damage
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Large pores
  • Scarring
  • Rough skin texture
  • Skin laxity

If sun damage or hyperpigmentation are big concerns for you, we may recommend combining your treatment with BBL, which is amazing for gently reducing dark spots.

How Many Sessions are Typically Recommended?

The number of sessions required depends on individual skin conditions and goals. While some clients achieve noticeable results after a single session, a series of 2 to 3 treatments spaced several weeks apart is often recommended for optimal outcomes.

Is There Any Downtime After the Treatment?

Some downtime can be expected with HALO Laser, particularly after more aggressive treatments. You may experience redness, swelling, and peeling, which generally subside within a week. Milder treatments might involve less downtime.

When Will I See Results?

Results are typically visible at 90 days from the last recommended treatment, as your skin’s natural healing process takes effect. Improvements will continue to develop over the following weeks as collagen production increases.

Can HALO Be Combined with Other Treatments?

Yes, HALO Laser can be combined with other treatments, such as BBL (BroadBand Light) or microneedling, to enhance and customize results. Your practitioner can create a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs.

Is the Procedure Comfortable?

A topical anesthetic is applied before the treatment to minimize discomfort. Most patients report feeling mild heat and a slight prickling sensation during the procedure. Afterward, there might be some discomfort similar to a sunburn, which can be managed with proper post-treatment care.

Who is a Good Candidate for HALO Laser?

HALO Laser is suitable for individuals seeking to improve skin texture, tone, and overall appearance. It’s especially effective for those with sun damage, fine lines, and mild to moderate signs of aging. A consultation with a trained practitioner is necessary to determine if HALO Laser is right for you.



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To book your free BOTOX consultation at Amélie, please call (503) 673-3893 or use our online scheduling tool. Our Tigard, OR and Vancouver, WA med spa welcomes people from all over the Portland area, including Tualatin, OR, and Vancouver, WA. We can’t wait to see you!