Halo Laser Question- A few hours post op?
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Expectation after Halo treatment
Depending on your skin type and the settings that your doctor used for your Halo treatment you will have expected changes in your recovery. It is not uncommon to see the reds and browns in your face to become more visible after a treatment. If you had a facial analysis with Vectra or Visia before the procedure, you would see the areas that would be more prone to be primed with Halo treatment; but the good news is that it is likely to clear those dark brown areas over the next 5 days. also check with your provider because they may have pre-treated you with BBL which would make it more likely to bring out and get rid of your brown pigmentation.
Halo... What to expect?
Halo is a wonderful treatment and it treats many skin conditions. Due to the fact that is highly tunable and that everybody reacts different to the procedure it self, I would recommend for you to post you pictures. Usually, the area treated will respond by having the MENDS will start to come up during the first day after treatment and the skin will fell rough. It important to follow the post treatment instructions and to stay out of the sun.
Hope that helps, Dr. RG
Post Halo Treatment
Each patient will respond differently to treatment. Moreover, the settings that is used will help determine the recovery. Consult with your treating physician as he or she knows the scope of the treatment and the specifics about you.
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Can you post a photo? Pain tolerance and results are different with each patient. Some patients don't see the brown spots at all but feel their face is dry and rough. Be sure to keep the skin out of the skin and moisturize the area well.
After Halo laser resurfacing
Thanks for your interest. In general, we see redness like bad sunburn and possibly pin-point bleeding just after halo treatments. The dark sandpaper-like MENDS will appear in 1-2 days.
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