The New Halo Skin Laser

Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Dermatology Clinic Serving Central Vancouver Island, British Columbia


Posted: December 9, 2020
image 23 At Synergy, we take pride in providing our clients with the most current technology to meet their goals. That’s why we are so excited to have added the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser to our treatment choices!

Aesthetic lasers have been perfected over the years to optimize results and minimize “downtime.” Scientists have been working with skin lasers since the early 1900s, trying to perfect their use and minimize the side effects. One of the newest developments is the Halo Laser, which is the first hybrid fractional laser for skin resurfacing.

Ablative lasers remove the outer layer of skin, whereas fractional ablative lasers remove only microscopic columns of tissue while leaving the surrounding tissue intact. Ablation works to remove surface imperfections like freckles and sun damage, giving the skin a fresh, polished look. Fractional ablative lasers cause less discomfort and require less healing time than non-fractional.

Non-ablative lasers do not remove any tissue, but instead target deeper tissue to stimulate collagen growth.

Halo is the first fractional laser that combines both ablative and non-ablative lasers at the same time to provide a treatment that effectively reduces significant signs of aging, sun damage, and scarring, with reduced downtime when compared to traditional laser treatments. It is more comfortable, faster, and patients can return to normal life much more quickly with Halo — and the results are amazing. It literally combines two treatments in one! Prior to its release, patients would choose either an ablative or non-ablative laser treatment for their session, each with its own benefit to the skin. Now, with Halo, patients are getting the results from both at the same time and seeing better results — and much faster.

Halo Laser Skin Resurfacing CanadaSynergy’s very own Dr. Gabriele Weichert was thrilled with her Halo laser treatment. Back to work after 3 days (compared to 5-7 days with traditional resurfacing lasers) and a fresh glow, her results speak for themselves.

To book your free consultation and find out more about how Halo can help you glow, get in touch with us today!