For individuals looking for subtle rejuvenation this winter, a BBL Photofacial offers a safe FDA-approved option for treating sun damage, age spots, skin tone, and more.
What is a BBL Photofacial?
A BBL, or BroadBand Light, Photofacial is a skin treatment that can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage to subtract years from your complexion. BBL Photofacials use state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology to produce skin that is firm and more even in tone and texture, requiring little to no downtime.
How Does a BBL Photofacial Work?
During the treatment, the targeted upper layers of your skin will be heated to a specific temperature. When the correct temperature is reached, heat is absorbed and encourages skin cells to regenerate and boost collagen production. This process will help to restore skin by making it more smooth, vibrant, and rejuvenated. In addition to a younger-looking complexion, the photothermal energy applied during the treatment will help to eliminate fine vessels that can cause redness and rosacea as well as reduce unwanted melanin that could produce pigmented lesions on the skin.
What Conditions Can Be Treated?
- Fine Blood Vessels
- Unwanted Hair
- Poor Skin Tone
- Uneven Pigmentation
Where Can the Treatment Be Used?
A BroadBand Light treatment can be applied to any part of the skin on the body; however, it is most commonly performed on the face, neck, chest, and hands. If your condition is severe, it may be most beneficial to combine skin treatments for exceptional results.
If you suffer with your complexion, contact Annapolis Plastic Surgery today to discuss the best option for you. Beautiful skin is within your reach, call today for a free consultation.