BBL™ BroadBand Light
What is BBL BroadBand Light therapy?
BBL™ BroadBand Light: BBL light therapy, also referred to as a photo facial, is a safe, FDA-approved technology that can even skin’s texture, tone, and produce firmer, younger looking skin. It’s a great option for anti-aging, sun damage, and skin rejuvenation.
Your face is often what people first notice about you. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the main areas of your body that immediately gives away your age. Years of unprotected sun exposure, harsh cleansers and the process of aging, can do a number on your skin, making it look dull and wrinkled. Thankfully, there’s a skin treatment that can reduce the appearance of damage and subtract years from your complexion.
BBL BroadBand Light therapy, also known as Intense Pulsed Light therapy or the photo facial, uses cutting edge technology to produce younger looking skin that’s firmer, and more even in tone and texture. With little recovery time and no surgery, BBL offers a safe, FDA-cleared option for sun damage, anti-aging, and skin rejuvenation
Commonly treated conditions:
Pigmented Lesions (e.g., freckles, age spots)
Vascular Lesions (e.g., small blood vessels)
Uneven Skin Texture
How does BBL work?
The light energy delivered by the BBL will gently heat the upper layers of your skin. The heat absorbed by the targeted areas will stimulate your skin cells to regenerate new collagen. This process will restore your skin to its natural beauty, blending its natural colors and making it smoother, vibrant and younger looking. In addition, the photothermal energy will eliminate fine vessels that cause redness and reduce unwanted melanin that produces pigmented lesions.
The machine is equipped with advanced cooling features, allowing the use of high-powered energy with minimal discomfort. Numbing cream can be administered on individuals who find the treatment uncomfortable, but it’s typically unnecessary. BBL is a safe, effective approach to younger looking skin. It is recommended that individuals undergo treatment two to four times per year for optimal results.
What areas can be treated?
Any area of your body can be treated. Due to being most often exposed to the damaging effects of sunlight, the most popular treatments are on the face, neck, back of the hands, chest and shoulders.
Commonly treated areas: