BBL vs Forever Young

Updated: Nov 10, 2020

Ever wonder the difference between the two? You may be stumped at which treatment you are deciding on booking - we're here to help clear that up for you! First lets start with what a BBL is:

BBL is a corrective photofacial treatment that uses broadband light to target signs of aging, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, vascularities such as rosacea, redness, and broken capillaries, acne, and other skin conditions. This process will restore your skin to its natural beauty, making it clearer, smoother, and more vibrant. There is no downtime associated with this procedure. We recommend a BBL treatment to be performed every 2-6 weeks until the desired result has been achieved. Usually 3 to 4 treatments are required for full correction, although additional treatments especially for rosacea and vascular sun damage, may be required.

What is Forever Young BBL?

Forever Young BBL is a new skin treatment using broadband light (BBL) therapy to target the signs of aging and sun damage. This treatment makes skin clearer, smoother, healthier, and younger appearing. This treatment will help your skin look better over time and can be done to maintain results and as an anti-aging preventative treatment. The coolest part... there is no downtime and it's the first study to conclusively prove age reversal! Treatment recommend is every 3 months equaling four treatments per year, for best results.

Whether you choose a BBL in itself, or a Forever Young BBL, both can be done on all areas of the body. Curious to read up more on this study? We will provide an awesome article with a study conducted my Stanford!