What Body Areas can be treated?
All areas of the body can be treated with BBL including Face, neck, décolletage (chest), shoulders, arms, hands, back, tummy, legs etc. The most common areas are those most exposed to the damaging effects of sun light.
Are Forever Young BBL treatments painful?
BBL delivers intense light beams in to the skin which feel warm. In more sensitive areas being treated you may experience some discomfort with Forever Young BBL, however, most patients tolerate the treatment extremely well.
How many treatments will I need?
This depends upon the skin condition being treated and the type of skin. BBL has the ability to treat a wide variety of skin conditions like sun spots and freckles in as little as a single treatment session. Your therapist will advise you on a treatment plan to achieve your desired result.
Is there downtime associated with Forever Young BBL?
Again, this depends upon the skin condition being treated and the level of energy used. In most cases you can apply makeup immediately so there is virtually no downtime.
What aftercare do I need?
You may be sensitive to sunlight and should apply sun screen and other skin care products as directed by your doctor. It is important to follow your doctor’s instruction after your Forever Young BBL treatment.
Talk to us about scheduling your personal Forever Young BBL treatments. Regular restorative maintenance treatments are recommended for long term improvements to enjoy a more youthful appearance year after year.
How much does it cost?
BBL™ Photo Gene-modulation treatment costs $700 for full face. We recommeded a series of 3 treatments 8 weeks apart initially and then every 6 months (or whenever your budget allows) for ongoing benefits and continuous regulation of genes expression.
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At Medaesthetics®, patient education is our priority. Here are a few important points patients needs to know before undergoing any skin treatment with Lasers and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) devices:
-Not all Laser and IPL Platforms are same.
-Cheap devices, manufactured in Asia have flooded the market in recent years and are being used across most States and Territories of Australia without any serious government regulation restricting their use.
-As a result there has been a significant rise in “laser salons” staffed with unqualified, non medical operators performing dermatological treatments with these devices. Suboptimal treatment outcomes, serious burns and irreversible scarring are some of the consequences of such practice.
-Dermatological Lasers are classified into various categories based upon their power output. Class 4 (C4) Laser devices are considered the most powerful and can only be operated by Licensed Medical doctors in most States and Territories of Australia.
-High end Laser and IPL devices usually cost in excess of $100,000. Manufactured in Europe and the US, such devices are only found in reputable Cosmetic Medical Practices owned and operated by medical doctors. In Australia, these devices can only be sold to Registered Medical Personnel.
-Anyone who has experienced a dermatological laser or IPL treatment at a non medical practice with suboptimal clinical outcome; we encourage them to contact us for an obligation free consultation and to find out why Medaesthetics® has become the most advance dermatological laser clinic in WA.