Wrinkles and brown spots caused by genetics, sun damage, or lifestyle habits can add years to our facial appearance. Whatever your age, there’s a way to feel as young on the outside as you do on the inside. You may not be able to drink from the fountain of youth, but there’s something almost as good. It’s called Broadband Light™.
Sciton Forever Young Broadband Light™ (BBL) treatments use the world’s most powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) energy. BBL™ treatments are scientifically proven to reverse common signs of aging giving patients smoother, more radiant skin.
Many patients at Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, P.C. are opting to add Halo™ Pro laser treatments alongside BBL™ treatments to give their initial outcome an extra boost. The Halo™ is the first hybrid fractional laser of its kind. It offers dramatic results without the downtime.
The majority of patients require only 1-2 treatment sessions with the Halo™ fractional laser to achieve desired results. You can expect to see some improvement 5-7 days post-procedure. However, because the laser works by stimulating your body’s natural healing process, it may take 4-6 weeks for final results.
Combining the two treatments is perfect for those looking to reverse the signs of aging. Both Broadband Light™ treatments and the Halo™ laser can be completely customized to address your individual concerns.
You may be a good candidate for BBL™ and/or Halo™ treatments if you are an otherwise healthy adult with a wide variety of facial cosmetic concerns. These laser treatments can safely and effectively produce long-lasting anti-aging results. Talk to your skin care specialist about what procedures might be right for you.
To learn more about treating wrinkles, age spots, and sun damage with Sciton BBL™ Broadband Light and Halo™ Pro Laser or to schedule your consultation at Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, P.C., serving the Philadelphia metro area, including The Main Line, Chestnut Hill, Blue Bell, Gwynedd, and Flourtown, please fill out the form on this page or call 610.947.4322.