HOW FOREVER CLEAR BBL CLEARED UP MY SKIN

For all of you out there with acne-prone skin, this post goes out to you!

This life-changing treatment is definitely one you have to try it out yourself. Introducing the Forever Young BBL, a treatment formerly used to treat pigmentation, removing pigmented and vascular lesions, it now has the ability to clear inflammatory acne with a three-step process. It involves blue, yellow and infrared BBL light. With the use of light, RNA expression of the skin is shifted to resemble a younger gene expression.

BBL stimulates the production of new collagen within the skin and improves skin elasticity. Fine lines and acne scars are reduced by the intense pulsed light.

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The versatility of the BBL treatment also makes it the best go to treatment for all skin types. Based on each individual skin types, the wavelengths can be adjusted for various level of penetration. Additionally, BBL treatment has the capability of effecting positive dermal changes in the skin, bringing back the bounciness and brighten the complexion.

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Results may be observable by the end 1 session, while optimal results are attainable after 4-6 treatments depending on each individual skin condition.

This treatment has multiple benefits with its rejuvenating and brightening effects, leaving face clean, fresh and glowing. During the treatment, an anesthetic may be applied to ensure comfort throughout the whole procedure. Once the treatment area is numb, the soothing gel will be applied and a glass prism will be placed over the treatment area. An intense flash of light is then flashed through the prism to target the specific area.

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Each treatment is performed with a 3-4 weeks gap and there is usually no downtime involved. Suitable for all ages, this treatment is non-invasive, quick and painless!

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