Patient: Female Age 30-35
Concern: Pigmentation and dark spots, dull, dehydrated skin, fine wrinkle lines on the forehead
Treatment: BBL Photofacial (one session and botox)
Procedure performed by Dr. Baljeet K. Purewal in New Jersey.
BBL Photofacial in New Jersey
Tired of your skin looking… tired?
BroadBand Light Therapy is a powerful, FDA-approved treatment that uses short blasts of high-intensity light to restore your skin to a firmer, more even, more youthful state.
Even those of us blessed with great genes can’t completely escape the damage done by the sun, pollution, and the chemicals we come into contact with every day. Thankfully there are new treatments coming out every day to combat those tell-tale signs of aging: age spots, wrinkles, and uneven skin texture.
What’s best? There’s no surgery involved, and the treatment requires little to no downtime. You’ll be back to looking like your radiant, rested self in no time.
What is BBL Photofacial?
BroadBand Light therapy is a safe, FDA-cleared anti-aging treatment used to treat sun damage, uneven skin texture, and tone, as well as fine lines and wrinkles. Because there is no surgery involved, BBL is a quick in-office procedure for skin rejuvenation. BBL is particularly effective at treating:
- Loose/crepey skin
- Pigmented Lesions such as age spots and freckles
- Vascular Lesions such as visible blood vessels
- Uneven skin texture
How does BBL Photofacial work?
BBL uses short blasts of high-intensity light. The energy from the light will gently heat the upper layers of skin, stimulating your skin cells to regenerate new collagen. Your skin will be restored to the firmer, fuller, smoother skin of your youth. The same energy that generates new collagen growth can shrink fine blood vessels that cause redness, and reduce excess melanin associated with sun damage.
Does BBL Photofacial hurt?
Most patients find that the cooling features of the machine allow for minimal discomfort. For those patients with sensitive skin, numbing cream can be administered prior to the treatment.
How many treatments will I need?
Many patients see results after their first treatment. It is recommended that patients undergo BBL Photofacial treatments between two and four times each year for the best outcomes.
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