Halo Laser: When Will I See Results?
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Results from Halo Treatments
The advantage of the Halo laser is that you really have two lasers in one. Therefore, you are able to get the benefits for both the short term and the long term, with the short term results appearing within 5-7 days depending on the density your doctor used to teat you. The longer term results will appear over a period of 6-8 weeks as you begin to see the improvements in the texture of your skin and pores. The immediate effect will be some redness followed by the appearance of mends. Over a period of 6-8 weeks there will be a gradual improvement as the skin produces more collagen and has a more harmonious effect with the texture and color of your skin.
There is a recovery period of 5-7 days, when the treated skin has cleared. The actual Halo results may take up to 2 months for the epidermal response as well as dermal collagen rebuilding to occur. That is why we do not recommend another Halo for at least two months. However, a VISIA may be done at 1 month to see the progress that is being made. Using the proper products at home after your healing process is important. This will be specific to each patient and will be determined at the time of your treatment.
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