Aesthetic medicine

BBL Phototherapy

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Reduce signs of skin aging with light energy

BBL phototherapy is a non-invasive, innovative technology that helps to reduce and delay signs of skin ageing. Studies conducted at Stanford University in the United States show that Forever Young BBL™ therapy can alter the expression of genes related to ageing of the skin and restore its younger appearance. The procedure is based on light energy and its selective absorption by tissue. Light energy is later changed to heat, which warms up upper layers of the skin and stimulates cells to produce new collagen.

The procedure is perfect for treatment of discolouration, sunspots and enlarged vessels. After the procedure, the skin has uniform colouration, increased tension and smoother surface. The procedure lasts from a few minutes to half an hour, depending on the treated area and type of treatment being performed. During the procedure, the patient may feel a warm sensation.

Slight redness may occur after the procedure, disappearing after a few hours. In the case of discolouring, the lesions initially become darker and more visible and then exfoliate.

The procedure does not require any period of convalescence.

After the procedure you should avoid direct sun exposure by covering your skin or by using a sunscreen with a high SPF when going out.

Studies show that regular use of Forever Young BBL™ slows down the ageing process.

The procedure restores natural skin colour, smooths the skin and reduces fine wrinkles.  In addition, it reduces dilated vessels and discolouration.  As a result of the treatment, the skin becomes smoother and more youthful. Regular use of Forever Young BBL™ helps keep the skin in good condition for a long time.

Useful information

Procedure duration up to 30 minutes
Required lab test
Type of anaesthesia local
Length of stay same-day discharge
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Contraindications active skin lesions, tan, active herpes, taking photosensitising medications, taking blood thinning medications (e.g. aspirin), epilepsy, pregnancy

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