BBL Photofacial Before & After Photos
THE best-in-class treatment for a more evenly toned, vibrant complexion is the clinically proven BBL™ photofacial, also known as intense pulsed light, or IPL treatment. Non-invasive BBL is the gold standard for correcting stubborn pigmentation irregularities, from sun spots to freckles, for brighter, more evenly toned, younger-looking skin with little to no downtime.
- Redness & broken capillaries
- Brown spots
- Fine lines
- Age spots
But that’s not all BBL offers…
Forever Young BBL™
The same BBL technology for improving uneven skin tone also affords clinically proven age-defying benefits through a special setting and treatment protocol called Forever Young BBL™. The Forever Young Study conducted at Stanford University and published by the Journal of Investigative Dermatology demonstrates that BBL photofacials not only deliver visibly brighter, more radiant-looking skin, but also work on a deeper molecular level to alter the skin’s cells. This treatment changes the very genetic patterns of aged skin so that it more closely resembles younger skin.
At AVIE! you will benefit from the advanced photofacial training of our nurse and Master Aesthetician, Kim Marinetto, who received certification for Forever Young BBL under the founding father of BBL technology, Dr. Patrick Bitter.
FOREVER CLEAR® BBL
Forever Clear BBL is a breakthrough three-step acne treatment that uses the power of light to clear acne without creams or medicine.
Your skin is first treated with BLUE BBL light to eliminate acne-causing bacteria at its source, deep within your pores.
Next, your skin is treated with YELLOW BBL light to reduce inflammation and acne-associated redness.
For your last step, we’ll treat your skin to INFRA-RED light (using SkinTyte II™ ) to initiate your skin’s natural healing process.
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FAQs: BBL Photofacial
in Loudoun County at AVIE!
BBL is a non-invasive light treatment that eliminates pigmentation issues such as age spots, sun spots and broken capillaries, leaving you with a clearer, more evenly-toned complexion.
The most common areas are the face, neck, décolleté, arms and hands; however, BBL photofacial can be used anywhere on the body.
A treatment normally takes 30 minutes, although time varies depending on the area being treated.
Side effects may include slight redness (most clients return to natural color within 20-30 minutes).
One should not have a photofacial if they have been recently tanning or if they are skin types IV through VI.
A photofacial varies in cost depending upon the body part being treated. Please contact us for specific pricing.