Do you feel like no matter how many skin creams and serums you use, you’re just not getting the kind of results you want?
If you’re looking for the kind of skin that will have you selfie-worthy in no time, then it’s time to discover the Halo Laser. This hybrid fractional laser combines different wavelengths to help produce your best skin ever, all while encouraging healthy cellular turnover for long-term results.
Interested? Let’s take a closer look at how much a Halo Laser treatment costs, including how to tell if this is a good solution for your skin.
Halo Treatments: Average Costs
The average cost of a Halo Laser treatment is $1,425, according to user reviews from RealSelf.
Keep in mind that you may need more than one Halo Laser treatment, meaning your actual costs may be higher. For reference, we typically recommend at least two treatments to see best results.
What makes the Halo Laser unique is that older laser treatments usually require up to six treatments to achieve the same results!
What Can Influence My Halo Laser Treatment Costs?
Your Halo Laser costs might be different from the average price on RealSelf due to the following factors:
- Your city’s cost-of-living index
- The expertise and experience levels of your plastic surgeon
- If there are any discounts or specials
The best way to find out how much your Halo Laser treatment may cost is to schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott A. Greenberg at Winter Park Plastic Surgery & Laser Center.
Halo Laser Consultations Available
Should I Try a Halo Laser Treatment?
You should try a Halo Laser treatment if you have the following skin issues:
- Sun damage
- Age spots
- Uneven skin tone
- Uneven skin texture
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- And more
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