Laser skin resurfacing, or HALO lasers, have transformed the capabilities of refreshing and rejuvenating skin, for a natural, youthful appearance. To get even better results, faster, we rely on the dual-action of HALO fractional lasers.
How do HALO Lasers Work?
Most cosmetic lasers use a single wavelength, either ablative or non-ablative. Ablative lasers, remove the top layer of skin, allowing healthy skin to emerge.
Non-ablative lasers heat tissues below the skin’s surface, promoting collagen growth – repairing and rejuvenating the skin.
Hybrid fractional lasers can deliver both wavelengths at once.
With other layers, who have to choose whether to use the ablative laser peel or the non-ablative laser skin repair. To get both would require waiting several days between sessions, meaning more visits and a longer wait before achieving the desired results. With Halo laser resurfacing, you can do both in one go! That means you get the results you deserve, sooner.
Why Dual Laser Resurfacing is Ideal for Skin Care
Hybrid lasers are an ideal choice for many of the most popular laser skin treatments. The results are better, consistent, and more reliable than other cosmetic lasers.
Hybrid lasers also require fewer treatments. Non-hybrid lasers usually take 5 to 6 treatments before getting the full results. Halo laser treatments can achieve equal, or greater results in just 1 to 2 sessions. That means you’re looking better sooner, for less!
Not only are the results great, and significantly faster, but HALO makes cosmetic laser surgery possible for just about everyone. The hybrid fractional lasers are ideal for all skin types and body parts.
Most often, hybrid lasers are used for skin resurfacing on the face, neck, chest, arms, hands, and legs. But, ask your cosmetic surgeon about any treatment area, and they’re likely to say yes to HALO.
What do HALO Lasers Treat?
Optimally designed for skin resurfacing, HALO lasers also help to manage common signs of wear and tear from aging and/or active lifestyles.
Say goodbye to wrinkles and fine lines. Laser resurfacing peels back layers of old skin, fading away lines while actively repairing the tissues beneath.
Help to restore sun-damaged skin and fade away sunspots. Also helps to remove or reduce the appearance of pigmentation and discolouration.
Reduce the appearance of scars and reveal the healthy skin underneath. Laser resurfacing can even help remove stretch marks.
Halo Laser Clinic in Newmarket & Richmond Hill
Plastic Surgery Skin Clinic is Newmarket’s trusted source for safe and effective cosmetic laser therapy. Our clinic has plastic surgeons on staff to assess your best options, and ensure you get the optimal treatment for your skin and your skin goals.
Book your laser resurfacing consultation today!