Summer is over! Now it’s time to book your Forever Young BBL to target any damage that occurred by the pool this summer or in years past. Forever Young BBL is our most popular facial laser at The Spa at MidAmerica Plastic Surgery. Learn more about why it may be a great treatment for you below.
Rosacea & Red Pigment
Forever Young BBL specifically targets rosacea, red pigment, and broken blood vessels in the face. As aging occurs, it is more common for red pigment to become more prominent. Many patients do not even notice how red their skin was until they’re comparing their before and after photos. This helps your tone appear more neutral over the course of 7-14 days post treatment.
Freckles, Brown Spots, Sun Damage
Target your browns with 1-3 sessions of BroadBand Light. This is the most powerful IPL device on the market and it is highly customizable to ensure we can target each problematic area. This treatment is not best suited for those with melasma. This treatment will temporarily darken the areas targeted and the pigment will flake off for 5-10 post treatment. This will tremendously brighten the skin and allow you to shed years of sun damage.
Aging & Collagen Production
This treatment uses cutting edge technology to target the sings of aging and sun damage. With routine treatments, it has been proven that Forever Young BBL will trigger your cells to act younger. This is how it got the name, “Forever Young.”
Even & Radiant Tone
Since Forever Young BBL targets red and brown pigment, it only leaves behind a radiant complexion. Your skin will be noticeably clear and youthful.
Be Event Ready!
As we are in the midst of wedding season and the holidays are quickly approaching, it will pay off to feel your best. Prep for any upcoming events with Forever Young BBL to ensure your complexion is flawless. This is especially nice if you are not someone that loves to wear foundation!
Ready to book? Fill out this form for a Medical Spa Coordinator to reach out to you OR contact us via call or text at 618-307-6233. Consultation is required prior to treatment.