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For decades, laser technology has proven to be an effective means of remediating these issues. In the past, the technology was unable to target the correct wavelengths. Treatments were either too shallow or too deep, leaving patients with dissatisfactory results. Thankfully, Sciton has created a solution for this issue and we offer Sciton Halo Laser Treatment in New Jersey at our highly rated medspa & plastic surgery center.

The innovative Sciton Halo laser utilizes two unique wavelengths in a single pass, providing patients with remarkable results in a short amount of time and without any lengthy downtime or recovery period. The Halo laser’s precision-based targeting allows for precise application to the appropriate layers of tissue on the face, neck, and chest. Patients walk away with overall improved skin texture and a revitalized, vibrant appearance. 

What is the Sciton Halo Laser?

The Sciton Halo is a cutting-edge hybrid fractional laser that emits two wavelengths (both ablative and non-ablative) at the same time. This technology can be used to address broken capillaries, sun damage, and other skin issues in areas such as the face, neck, chest, and legs. The ablative wavelengths are designed to target and remove superficial damage from the upper layers of the skin, while the non-ablative wavelengths stimulate tissue regeneration at a deeper level. 

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What issues can the Sciton Halo Laser treat?

  • Signs of aging
  • Skin blemishes
  • Pigment issues
  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Overly large pores
  • Acne scars
  • Spider veins
  • Sun damage
  • Uneven skin tone or texture

How does the treatment work?

Synchronized Velocity

The Halo Laser’s handpiece was built with an optical navigation system that captures motion and aligns pulses as they are emitted. This LED Visual Speedometer gives the practitioner an instant view of what is happening to ensure that the results are in line with the patient’s desired look.

Beam size and position can be modified 

The size (15mm, 7mm, or 4mm) and position (left or right) of the laser can be adjusted to administer the laser to specific areas of the face. 

Dynamic Thermal Optimization

The device’s Dynamic Thermal Optimization allows the power of each pulse to be controlled based on the patient’s skin temperature. This feature of the Halo Laser is what makes it a safe and reliable treatment for all patients. 


The 2940 nm wavelength of HALO is designed to address issues in the top layer of the skin (epidermis). It can be calibrated anywhere from 20μm to 100μm to gently eliminate problem tissue, mitigating textural concerns and reducing overly large pores.

The 1470 nm wavelength of HALO is designed specifically to target the underlying part of the skin (dermis) and can be calibrated between 250μm and 700μm. This allows it to address deeper sun damage, stimulate collagen production, and treat any concerns related to pigment. 

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What are the benefits of the Halo Laser in New Jersey?

  • A customizable treatment that can help patients reach their individual goals
  • Improved skin tone and texture
  • A massive reduction in wrinkles and fine lines
  • Reduces the size of overly large pores
  • Instills patients with increased radiance
  • Little to no downtime or discomfort 

The Halo Laser is able to achieve in one treatment what older laser technologies take 5 or 6 treatments to accomplish. The treatment involves only a topical anesthetic, meaning that the nerves are unaffected. Patients can get back to their normal routines within 24 hours of the treatment. 

Who is an ideal candidate for Halo?

The Halo Laser enables patients to achieve the young, fresh look of their youth. In years past, laser treatments forced patients to choose between fantastic results and shorter downtimes. Sciton’s BBL Halo changes that. You’ll get great results that require minimal downtime.

Halo is an ideal treatment for patients who are unhappy with signs of aging in their faces. These patients often find that their skin has developed a dull, lackluster, lax, uneven, or rough quality. Sciton Halo Laser Treatment in New Jersey achieves remarkable results by targeting both the deeper and upper layers of the skin simultaneously. 

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What happens after the procedure?

Following Halo Laser Treatment in New Jersey, most patients are able to get back to their normal activities within 24 hours of the treatment. There is usually some minor skin peeling, but patients can still wear makeup if they choose. Over the course of 2-3 days, the old damaged skin cells flake off, and new, revitalized skin becomes perceivable. By the fourth day, patients are glowing.

How long do the results last?

While the results from the Halo Laser are known to be long-lasting, it is vital that patients wear sunscreen on a regular basis. This will help protect the results and keep the skin in top form.

With every treatment, patients walk away with refreshed, blemish-free skin. Patients have the option to have more aggressive treatments and longer intervals or milder, more frequent treatments.

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Why choose Dr. Parakh?

As a double-board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Parakh, MD, FACS, is known for curating individualized treatments that achieve fantastic results. She is fully committed to staying up to date with the latest developments in the cosmetic world. To that end, she is always attending seminars, conferences, and networking events where she can learn about and acquire the newest technologies and modalities available.

After graduating at the top of her class from one of the most highly revered medical schools in India, Dr. Parakh went on to complete extensive training in the United States. Her other educational and training credits include Cornell, Columbia Universities at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Hospital for Special Surgery. 

Today, Dr. Parakh’s practice is renowned for its relaxing environment and patient-centered care. Reach out to us today to schedule a private consultation and learn more about the Halo Laser Treatment in New Jersey & Englewood.

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