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HALO Laser Skin Resurfacing in Clarkston, WA
The world’s first hybrid fractional laser

Halo is a revolutionary laser treatment that combines two types of lasers for exceptional results in enhancing skin quality with minimal downtime.

HALO Laser by Sciton at Vybrance Medaesthetics in Clarkston WA
Restore & Revitalize With HALO By Sciton

Over time, your skin can lose its youthful glow due to sun exposure and your body’s natural aging process. As a result, your body may develop sun spots, fine lines, and lose that natural healthy glow. Previous lasers couldn’t effectively remove this damage, because the treatment was either too shallow or too deep. Halo eliminates years of damage by precisely targeting the right depth. HALO Laser in Clarkston restores the luminous glow you had.

HALO Laser by Sciton at Vybrance Medaesthetics
What is
HALO Skin Resurfacing?

Halo is one of the most powerful and comprehensive skin rejuvenation lasers available today. It has been named as the most effective laser for glowing skin by New Beauty Magazine. Halo is a complete skin rejuvenation treatment that provides improvements in tone and texture as well as the reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.

How Does HALO Laser Work?

Halo is the world’s first tunable Hybrid Fractional Laser that combines both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths. This advanced treatment makes it possible to achieve beautiful results with fewer treatments and with minimal downtime. The unique combination of lasers allows for a virtually pain-free experience and faster recovery. Halo is one of the treatments available on the JOULE X platform, a groundbreaking device that offers numerous cutting-edge treatments with laser and light. The flexibility of the Halo system makes it possible for us to combine and customize popular methods such as MOXI and BBL HERO to achieve optimal results for your particular needs.

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What Concerns Does HALO Treat?

One wavelength targets the top layer of your skin and the other targets deeper tissues. By precisely combining the wavelengths you need, the Halo laser treatment can repair visible signs related to aging, sun damage, discoloration, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone while providing the deep heat needed to jump-start collagen growth.


What To Expect
With HALO Laser

Halo is a hybrid fractional laser that delivers ablative and non-ablative wavelengths (two lasers in one) to a specific area of your body to treat many skin conditions such as visible vessels and broken capillaries associated with spider veins. Halo can treat all skin areas, including the face, neck, chest, and legs. What does fractional mean? It refers to the treatment of only a fraction of your skin.

The ablative laser focuses on the superficial layer of your skin to remove damaged skin and stimulate the remaining skin to build healthy tissue. It rejuvenates the adjacent skin.

The non-ablative laser goes deeper into the layers of your skin to treat various issues such as sun damage, pigmentation, scarring, and wrinkling.

Are You A Good Candidate For HALO?

Visible signs of aging due to sun exposure and the regular wear and tear of life can worsen the appearance and texture of your skin. Halo works to rejuvenate your skin by targeting the precise depth of skin necessary to trigger skin health and regeneration. Halo is also appropriate for younger skin, addressing complaints such as enlarged pores and poor skin texture. Halo is suitable for all skin types on both the face and the body.

It is a complete skin rejuvenation treatment that addresses a wide variety of skin complaints including:

  • Sun Damage

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Enlarged Pores

  • Wrinkles and Fine Lines

  • Scars (including Acne Scars)

  • Signs of Aging

  • Uneven Skin Tone

  • Excessive Freckles

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The Procedure

Halo is a minimally invasive procedure requiring only a topical anesthetic. Once the numbing cream has taken effect (in 30 minutes to an hour), the treatment generally takes 30 to 45 minutes. During your Halo procedure you may experience a feeling of heat and a slight pricking sensation. It should not be painful, and most patients experience minimal, if any, discomfort. You may continue to feel warm for 15 to 30 minutes after your procedure depending on your specific type of treatment.

The Recovery

For the first 24 hours after your treatment, you will need to keep your skin protected and free of makeup. You can then return to your usual activities. Your skin will begin to peel, and after two to three days, you may start to notice a slight bronzing. Swelling is also common on days 2-4. When your skin stops peeling after three or four days, you will see new skin appearing. As your skin regenerates, it will continue to improve for months. These results will last for years and can be enhanced or maintained with additional Halo treatments. 

  • How Does Botox Work?
    BOTOX was developed to target the cause of fine lines and wrinkling. Over time, facial expressions such as squinting, smiling or frowning cause the facial skin to contract, over and over. BOTOX is injected into the muscles in constant motion, causing them to relax. With reduced muscle activity you will see smoother skin and fewer facial lines.
  • When Should You Start Getting Botox?
    There is no set age to start getting BOTOX treatments. If you are in your mid-20s, you might begin to see superficial lines around your eyes. Or maybe a bit later in life, you notice wrinkling, deeper creases created by facial motions, called “dynamic wrinkles.” Men and women of all ages can benefit from BOTOX injections.
  • Does Botox treatment hurt?
    BOTOX is injected using a tiny needle, and most patients do not find the injections painful. You may feel a small pinch from the needle at the injection site.
  • When will I see results?
    You should begin to see results in a few days after your BOTOX injections. Optimal results are achieved at two weeks.
  • How long do wrinkle relaxers last?
    Depending on how well you care for your skin, neurotoxin injections can last in the range of three to five months before requiring retreatment.
  • How much Botox will I need?
    This varies depending on several factors. These are the most common dosage range per area being treated. 11 Lines: 20-30 Units Forehead Lines: 12-24 units Crows Feet: 9-15 units each eye Lip Flip: 4-8 units Chin Dimpling: 6-12 units
  • Can I get Botox while pregnant or breastfeeding? (This includes all neuromodulators)
    It is not recommended to receive any BOTOX treatments while pregnant or breastfeeding. The effects of the treatment are local but pregnant women must be more careful than others due to the growing baby. During this time alternative treatments such as mild facial treatments can keep your skin fresh and glowing.
  • Which is better: Botox or Fillers?
    While both Botox and dermal fillers like Restylane are long-lasting treatments that can be used to reduce wrinkles, they each take slightly different approaches, treat slightly different problems, and are used in different areas of the face. Botox relaxes muscles so they don't contract and form creases, while dermal fillers fill in or plump up areas that have lost volume or smoothness.
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Practice Hours

Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed

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