BBL - Photo Facial

  A photo facial is a type of facial treatment that uses light-based
  technology to correct damage caused by aging or an active lifestyle.
  Photo facials, also called foto facials, can be used to treat a
  variety of skin conditions, including:
  • Brown spots
  • Broken capillaries
  • Age spots
  • Sun damage
  • Freckles
  • Melasma
  • Large pores
  • Spider veins
  • Facial redness
  • Uneven pigmentation
  • Acne scars
  • Rosacea

Recent studies from the University of Stanford confirmed the fact that BBL treatments rejuvenate your skin even at a molecular level. For more information about these studies please click here

How it works

  Photo facials use IPL (intense-pulsed light) to stimulate the
  production of collagen, resulting in improved skin tone and a
  reduction in irregular pigmentation. The full course of treatment may
  comprise four to six sessions performed at three-week intervals.
  Levels of energy can be tailored to your specific needs to maximize
  your results.

Treatment and recovery

  Photo facials take between 15 to 30 minutes and are relatively
  painless. You will be required to wear protective safety glasses. Some
  patients may experience minor discomfort and elect to have a topical
  anesthesia. A fan may be used to reduce discomfort caused by the heat
  produced by the IPL. After treatment, recovery is nearly nonexistent.
  The treated skin may initially appear flushed, which will soon fade to
  reveal younger-looking skin.

Results

  Most patients notice more even skin tone and a smoother skin texture
  after just one treatment. You may see a reduction in sunspots, pore
  size, and fine lines or wrinkles. Results will gradually improve with
  each treatment. Patients with rosacea will see a gradual decrease in
  redness with each treatment.

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  Photo facials may not be appropriate for patients with dark or ethnic
  skin tones, as the treatment could lead to long-term pigmentation
  irregularities in darker skin tones.