The Halo Laser is the first Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL) utilizing both ablative and non-ablative energy wavelengths. Halo is a groundbreaking advance in laser skin resurfacing, restoring both the skin surface and triggering regeneration in the deeper layers – without the downtime of more invasive laser resurfacing treatments.


What is the Halo Laser?

The Halo Laser is the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL). What does that mean? The Halo Laser emits both non-ablative and ablative wavelengths for a dual approach to skin rejuvenation. By harnessing your body’s natural regenerative capacity, and removing aging skin cells on the surface, the Halo Laser procedure is more comfortable to experience, has a faster recovery, and works to restore skin quality from the inside out.

How does Halo work?

The Halo laser is a top-performer for comprehensive skin renewal. The combination of deep rejuvenation to the dermis and restoration of the epidermal (top) layer of the skin gives you the best of both worlds in skin renewal. You no longer have to decide between a long recovery time or a treatment that produces minimal results. With Halo skin resurfacing, you get both – along with a smooth, fast recovery.

What can the Halo laser treat?

The Halo laser treats a range of age-related skin conditions, including:

  • Skin discolorations – age spots, sun spots, freckles
  • Acne scars
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Trauma scars
  • Aging skin
  • Enlarged pores
Halo Laser

What should I expect during the procedure?

Before your treatment, we will apply a topical anesthetic to the treatment area to numb your skin. You should feel some warmth and a prickling sensation during the procedure, which takes only about an hour to complete. There is no downtime, and you should feel confident returning to your usual activities within a day or two -- not weeks. You can apply makeup after 24 hours.

You may need a series of Halo treatments to produce optimal results, but just one or two treatments create a remarkable improvement in your skin quality, tone, firmness, and texture, which continues to improve in the weeks and months following your procedure.

What is the recovery like?

After your Halo treatment, you will need to keep your skin free from makeup and avoid sun exposure. Your skin will begin to peel and may take on a slightly bronzed look in the early stages. As both the surface layer of your skin and the inner structure have been treated with Halo, you can expect your skin to continue to regenerate in the weeks and months ahead, becoming firmer, stronger, and more supple.


Why choose Egrari Plastic Surgery Center?

Dr. Egrari is a nationally recognized, double board-certified plastic surgeon. He is passionate about ensuring his patients achieve a superior result in every procedure, including Halo laser resurfacing. He is listed as a realself “Top Doctor,” and when under his care, you can trust that your skin rejuvenating procedure is being performed by a true professional in the field of aesthetics. You can expect an extraordinary level of skin renewal after undergoing a series of Halo treatments.

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