HALO® by Sciton

Revolutionizing Laser Skin Resurfacing

The world’s first hybrid fractional laser

What it is

Sciton’s world-famous hybrid fractional laser for glowing, healthy skin 

Give patients of all skin types a remarkable glow with HALO.

Patients across the globe have coined the phrase “HALO glow” to describe their flawless complexion after treatment—and it’s one reason why HALO continues to be one of Sciton’s most popular modalities.

But that’s not all.

Simultaneously delivering a non-ablative 1470 nm and an ablative 2940 nm wavelength to the same microscopic treatment zone, HALO delivers an unmatched improvement in the appearance of aging skin. It’s powerful, easy-to-use technology delivers consistent and precise results every time.

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Achieve remarkable patient outcomes and increased practice revenue with Sciton’s award-winning technology.

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Intelligent Energy Delivery

The HALO handpiece features proprietary skin mapping and measuring software to help deliver precise heat delivery.

Measurable Velocity

An optical navigation system captures the motion of the handpiece to synchronize pulse delivery with treatment speed. An LED Visual Speedometer provides real-time visual and audible feedback to ensure optimal velocity for the best outcomes.

Precise, Adjustable Beam Placement

Tune the size (15mm, 7mm, or 4mm) and position (left or right) to deliver laser energy to specific areas, including distinct edges and linear scars.

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Dynamic Thermal Optimization

This feature automatically adjusts the power of each 1470nm pulse based on the temperature of the patient’s skin, making HALO the most precise, comfortable, and consistent non-ablative technology on the market.

The Science Behind HALO


HALO offers several unique proprietary technologies:

The 2940 nm wavelength targets the epidermis, the top layer of the skin. This wavelength can be tuned from 20μm to 100μm to precisely vaporize tissue in a controlled manner to address textural issues and pore size.

The 1470 nm wavelength targets the dermis, the thickest layer of the skin, and can be tuned from 250μm to 700μm to address deeper sun damage, stimulate collagen, and remove other dermal pigmentary issues.

Each wavelength can be tuned independently for precise coverage and depth.

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How it Works

01. Overview

HALO combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to address multiple levels of skin concerns on all skin types in 1-2 treatments.

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02. Targeted Wavelengths

Ablative wavelengths target and treat the skin for surface-level conditions such as textural issues and pore size. The non-ablative wavelength targets deeper sun damage and other dermal pigmentary issues.

03. Effective Results

Together, these wavelengths provide both short-term and long-term benefits to a wide variety of patients. By creating small thermal injuries in the skin, new, healthy skin is produced in a short amount of time.


Treatable Areas

HALO treats all skin types, anywhere on the body.







What It Treats

HALO treats a variety of common skin concerns, including:

Body Wrinkles

Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Sun Damage & Dyschromia

Body scar

Scar Revision

Pigmented Lesions

Pigmented Lesions

Enlarged Pores

What Patients Can Expect


Patients treated with HALO experience an improvement commonly referred to as the “HALO Glow.”

Remarkable results can be achieved in 1-2 treatments, while older, non-hybrid technologies typically require 5-6 treatments to demonstrate similar results.

Only a topical anesthetic is recommended (no nerve blocks), and patients can resume regular activity within 24 hours after treatment.

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For Physicians

Rejuvenate patients’ skin with HALO by Sciton

Bring award-winning technology into your practice and discover the difference to your patient satisfaction and ROI.

Build My Machine

Webinars & Education

Why I Chose Sciton and HALO to Grow My Practice

The Evolution of Technology: HALO Resurfacing

HALO: Tips For The Advanced User

Before & After

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1 month post 1 tx

Courtesy of Andrew Campbell, MD

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1 month post 1 tx

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1 month post 2 tx

Courtesy of Diane Duncan, MD, FACS

Frequently Asked Questions

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About Sciton

Because Results Matter.

From the beginning, Sciton’s founders have shared one unified vision—to build exceptional lasers and light sources to improve people’s lives. Our award-winning platforms and treatment brands are designed and built by the sharpest minds in the industry.

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