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Halo is a hybrid fractional laser, which means it uses both ablative and nonablative lasers to stimulate collagen production and rejuvenate the skin. Halo reaches deep into the skin to stimulate collagen production, which leads to a smoother, more elastic surface. It is ideal for treating fine lines, large pores, uneven texture, and acne scars.
Halo Uses Dual Laser Wavelengths, Whereas BBL Uses Broadband Light.

BBL, on the other hand, uses broadband light, an advanced form of intense pulsed light (IPL). This light breaks up melanin and blood vessels in the skin to target redness and dark spots. After absorbing heat from the light, redness fades gradually and dark spots come to the surface and flake away.

However, if you are looking to target surface-level dark patches, such as sunspots, age spots, freckles, birthmarks, blood vessels, or rosacea, BBL is a great way to address these issues gently and effectively.

Halo Is Fantastic for Texture Concerns, But BBL Is Better for Surface-Level Pigmentation.

Still not sure whether BBL or Halo is right for you? A combined approach may be your answer. We often perform these treatments at the same time to both rejuvenate your skin and address surface-level pigmentation issues.

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