28 Sep BBL for an Instant “Glow-Up”
Wrinkles are not the only way our skin shows age and broadband light therapy (BBL) treats all signs of aging. RefinedMD is committed to offering only the most effective and safest technology for anti-aging. BBL has proven to be one of the most popular treatments. Aging is exacerbated by exposure to the sun, pollution, and harsh cleansers. In addition to wrinkles, many clients complain about dull and lax skin along with brown spots.
Why Broadband Light (BBL) Therapy Works
BBL improves it all, minimizing damage and signs of aging. After just one treatment, years can be taken off of the skin. It utilizes intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy or short bursts of light. The result is skin that is firmer, has a more even tone, and smoother texture. There is no surgery, no downtime, and virtually no risks. For many clients, BBL can even delay more invasive treatments for years.
Your face and hands show your age before any other part of the body. These are also two body parts which are rarely covered. Both the face and hands have been exposed to the sun for years. They are also exposed to harsh cleansers on a more regular basis than any other part of the body. Fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and dullness, are all prevalent here. However, BBL (sometimes known as a photo facial) can instantly reverse the signs of aging. It is FDA-cleared as a skin rejuvenation treatment.
Some of the most common conditions treated with BBL are freckles, small broken blood vessels, uneven skin textures, and loose skin. The light BBL delivers heats the top layer of skin, which is absorbed to kick-start collagen production. Uneven colors on the skin are blended, and fine broken vessels are reduced.
Although heat is used, BBL also includes a cooling feature to allow for maximum comfort. Sensitive clients may also have a topical numbing cream applied. Most clients undergo BBL between two and four times per year, though every treatment plan is unique.
BBL Treatments At RefinedMD
Any part of the body can be treated, but areas most exposed to the sun such as the face, hands, chest, and shoulders are the most common treatment areas. Schedule your consultation with RefinedMD today by calling (408) 688-2082.