Correct age spots, redness and more for healthier looking skin
BBL is the perfect treatment option for your patients concerned about pigmentation issues or rosacea. Use BBL to reduce unwanted melanin and eliminate the fine vessels that cause redness. Help patient’s skin look smoother, healthier, vibrant and more even— in fewer treatments than other IPL systems.
BBL uses photothermal energy to gently heat the upper layers of skin, stimulating the regeneration of cells and taking years off the face, neck, hands or almost any other part of the body — often after just one treatment. Use BBL alone or as the foundation for other Sciton procedures.
- Pigmented lesions such as dyschromia and ephelides
- Vascular lesions such as rosacea, telangiectasia and cherry angiomas
- Deeper lesions on darker skin types
Forever Young BBL
Stop the clock on the appearance of aging skin
For as long as women and men have been concerned about aging, there have been promises of younger looking skin. Contrary to popular belief, creams and lotions can’t penetrate the skin’s surface. This means they can’t reach the deeper layers of skin where much of the aging process happens.
Now there’s Forever Young BBL™ from Sciton, a revolutionary treatment using BBL™ technology to send light energy deep into the skin to boost your body’s natural ability to fight the appearance of aging. The result? Skin that’s visibly younger looking, year after year!
Forever Young BBL is not just for women and men who have experienced sun damage over the course of their life. It also has Prejuvenation™ benefits keeping young skin looking young. Imagine taking a photo a decade from now and looking better than you do today. It may sound impossible, but that's what Forever Young BBL can do. Clinically proven in a ten-year study, at the end of the study patients looked younger than when they started. Most received multiple BBL treatments per year for an average of ten years. At the end of the study, doctors judged the patients to appear 11 years younger than their actual age. In other words, they looked younger than when the study began.