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How long does halo laser last?

The downtime following a Halo laser treatment is relatively short. However, you should be aware that there is a risk of some redness, swelling and bruising.  Ice can applied to the skin to alleviate any discomfort and modified activity required for a few days following treatment.

The Halo laser uses two laser wavelengths to target different layers of skin. This fractional treatment regenerates skin quickly and has fewer risks than aggressive full-field treatments. The procedure can repeated every 6-12 months if desired. The laser works on the epidermis, the topmost layer of skin, to reduce pigmentation and restore a glowing, lustrous look. Patients can resume make-up within 48 hours, which makes this treatment a great option for patients with acne scarring.

Most patients will experience minimal discomfort during a Halo laser treatment. A topical anesthetic applied 30 to 45 minutes before the laser treatment. The laser itself will cause a slight feeling of warmth, like that of sunburn, but the side effects will subside within a few days. Patients should expect some redness and swelling following their first session. Afterwards, they should be able to resume normal activities.

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