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What is Halo?

Halo is a state-of-the-art laser treatment that eliminates years of damage and restores your youthful skin. As you age, your skin develops sun spots and wrinkles, contributing to the loss of your bright, healthy skin tone. This laser treatment works wonders at removing any deep damage to the skin. It precisely targets the right depth and restores the luminous glow.

Each of our Atalo Signature Halo treatments are enhanced with complimentary post-care and at-home products designed to give you the best results possible.

Take advantage of the PRP Add-On to take it to the next level or pair the treatment with BBL for optimal results; you can learn more about BBL here.

Atalo Signature Halo Pricing


PRP Add Ons

PRP X1 Area+$250
PRP X2 Areas+$350
PRP X3 Areas+$450

Due to the nature of the treatments performed in our office, as well as the safety of all staff and patients, children are not permitted.

Before and after image of woman from a halo treatment

Why Halo?

  • Customizable treatment to precisely target skin damage
  • Improvement in the appearance of tone, texture, fine lines, and wrinkles
  • Reduces pore size
  • Increases reflectivity and glow
  • may improve acne

Halo is a great alternative for those who’ve tried peels or other light-based treatments but find they need deeper targeting for the results they want to see. (Peels and treatments like BBL are a good place to start if you want a more surface-level treatment or are new to skincare.)


Halo precisely targets years of damage to your skin, including:


The most common areas include the face, neck, chest, and hands.

A topical anesthetic and integrated cooling technology are used so most patients experience very little discomfort. Most patients describe the treatment as a feeling of heat with occasional prickling sensations.

After the treatment, most patients will continue to feel warm for an additional 1-2 hours or longer with deeper treatment levels.

The appointment is scheduled for 2 hours, but the actual treatment time is only 10-30 minutes. This ensures you have adequate time to numb, ask questions, and discuss your goals without feeling rushed.

We typically recommend a halo treatment on a yearly basis.  If there is a prominent amount of texture and hyperpigmentation, a series of halo treatments may be recommended initially. 

We also offer Halo with PRP (see add-on pricing), which uses the growth factors from your own blood to produce even greater results! Prior to treatment, we’ll draw your blood and then have it spun down in a special centrifuge to extract the PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma). These growth factors contain regenerative properties that can help to further stimulate collagen and repair.

The PRP is applied immediately following your Halo treatment, allowing the skin to absorb it while you cool down afterward.

BBL (BroadBand Light) Hero uses pulsed light energy and is not an actual laser treatment. It’s great for targeting hyperpigmentation, rosacea, acne, facial veins, and more surface-level skin concerns. It is non-invasive, with no downtime, and works to slow cellular aging.

Moxi a non-ablative laser treatment, meaning it does not remove the top layer of skin but rather targets the dermal layer beneath it. Moxi aims to improve skin texture, tone, and overall appearance with minimal downtime, making it a popular choice for those seeking more gentle rejuvenation and the prevention of future signs of aging.

Halo is a hybrid fractional laser treatment that combines both non-ablative and ablative wavelengths, making it unique in treating multiple skin layers simultaneously (mean both the skin surface and underlying layers). It creates micro-injuries in the skin, prompting the body’s natural healing response, leading to collagen production and regeneration of healthier skin cells.

You will work with one of our providers to decided which of these treatments is right for you based on your individual goals and skin concerns!

For a full list of pre-care steps, please refer to your patient portal. A brief rundown includes:

  • Stop Retinol 5-7 days before Halo
  • No active tan or recent sun exposure
  • People prone to cold sores need pre-treatment with an antiviral medication
  • People prone to acne need pre-treatment with an antibiotic
  • Wear sunscreen every day

For a full post-treatment plan, please refer to your patient portal. A brief rundown includes:

  • Sleep in an elevated position for the first 2-3 nights
  • Do not scratch or exfoliate your skin until MENDS exfoliate off naturally
  • Avoid the sun and strenuous exercise until the skin has completely healed
  • Use provided skincare kit daily

Results can be seen 7-10 days post-treatment.  The skin will continue to improve weeks to months after your halo treatment as collagen stimulation still occurs.

For more information, please refer to your patient portal. Our licensed providers will work with you to minimize discomfort and/or side effects.

  • Redness (first 48 hours)
  • MENDS (microscopic epidermal necrotic debris) will appear on days 3-7
  • Pinpoint bleeding during treatment
  • Swelling/edema, most commonly around the eyes

A skincare consultation is required before Halo can be scheduled. Halo is a good option for men and women who are looking for radiant, healthy skin. There are a few people Halo is not appropriate for:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • Anyone who has taken Accutane (or its generic forms) within the last year
  • Anyone on anticoagulants

Call us to book an appointment or free consultation, or fill out our consultation form here. We’ll ensure you get your skin to where you want it to be!

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