What is Forever Young?
The Forever Young BBL laser by Sciton is a clinically proven skin treatment to help reduce past sun damage, freckles, and other signs of aging. This treatment is not only great for existing skin damage but also works very well as a preventive regimen for those just starting to see age-related changes in their skin.
How is Forever Young Performed?
The BBL system uses the latest pulsed light technology to gently heat the outer layers of the skin, which stimulates new collagen production. This, over time, gives the skin a more even and youthful skin tone.
Forever Young BBL™ Reviews
"Just had my first BBL Forever Young. I have had regular BBL, Halo, IPL, and the experiences at the other places that I had them at were very uncomfortable and unpleasant. Amy at Dr. Soto's office, the experience with the BBL Forever Young was surprisingly very comfortable and pleasant. I definitely will be coming back to do more treatments."- L.T. / Healthgrades / Feb 07, 2019
What Results Can I Expect After Forever Young?
There is no downtime associated with the Forever Young treatment, but for maximum benefits, a series of treatments is recommended. You can return to normal daily activities immediately after your appointment. It is recommended that you use SPF on your treatment areas following your procedure.
Who is an ideal candidate for Forever Young?
The ideal candidate is suffering from one or more of the following conditions:
*Sun spots and age spots
*Acne and acne scarring
*Rosacea and skin redness
How Long Does it Take to Perform a Forever Young Treatment?
The procedure takes about 15 minutes for the entire face. Prior to your treatment, you will meet with our staff for a consultation to determine if this treatment is best suited for you.
How long do Results Last from Forever Young?
Some studies have shown that patients who were treated over ten years ago are still enjoying the results and benefits from their past treatments.
What areas can be treated with Forever Young?
Almost all areas of the body can be treated. The most popular areas include the face, chest, legs, and back.