There’s nothing quite like a Halo glow – it’s the kind of radiance that will make you look like you belong on a red carpet. And whether you’re undergoing Halo treatments you’re for a special event or just because, a Halo glow is something that just can’t be achieved with makeup and over-the-counter skin creams.

In fact, you’ll fall in love with your Halo glow to the point where you’ll find yourself wondering: “How often should I get treatments to maintain my Halo glow?”

Walnut Creek Halo Treatment

*Individual Results May Vary


Recommended Number of Halo Treatments

While there’s no one perfect number of Halo treatments – as they’re customized to a patient’s particular skin and needs – it’s recommended that clients undergo a minimum of one Halo treatment per year to maintain that glow.

If you have more moderate skin concerns – like wrinkles and other aging symptoms – you may need one Halo treatment every six months for your best results. Again, the ideal number of Halo treatments is highly personalized, so your plastic surgeon will work with you to help come up with your best schedule.


How Does Halo Work?

Now that you know how many treatments you’ll need to maintain your Halo glow, let’s take a look at another important question: How exactly does it work?

Sciton’s Halo Laser actually combines two different laser treatments: ablative and non-ablative lasers. One works to create micro-channels in the skin for deeper anti-aging benefits, while the other works to exfoliate the top layer of the dermis. The Halo Laser can switch back and forth between these two lasers, which helps deliver results faster with less downtime.

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Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about how many sessions you might need to maintain your Halo glow? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.

*Individual Results May Vary