Pairing Hydrafacial and BBL Treatments

 

“By stacking BBL treatments with the incredible Hydrafacial, we are combining the power of broad band light therapy with an intense infusion of potent antioxidants, including Vitamin A, Vitamin E, White Tea Extract, Horse Chestnut Seed Extract, and Rosemary Extract. (Youth Lab 2019)”

In April 2018, Youth Lab Medical Spa in Perth, Australia reported on the ins and outs of laser therapy in all its different forms. They also touched on how BBL (Broad Band Light) treatments can be enhanced by Hydrafacials. In their words,

“For the last decade, light-based therapy has become a widely accepted and reliable method for the treatment of photo-damaged skin, pigmentation, vascularity, reducing theĀ appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of ageing.

BBL is the latest and most advanced technology in light therapy that sets the standard for treating skin conditions associated with ageing and pigmentation irregularities, with minimal downtime and exceptional long term benefits. With advances in research, science and light technology, BBL now provides highly accurate parameters to deliver superior results and allow us as clinicians to design treatments personalized for your skin and precisely target concerns such as:

  • Skin Tone and Texture
  • Pigmentation

  • Broken Capillaries

  • Rosacea

  • Bruising

  • Acne

  • Ageing

An exciting new advancement that comes with BBL is the treatment of acne. With a combination of photochemical and photothermal settings, we can tackle problematic acne from a number of angles, giving clients phenomenal and fast results. Extensive studies and research have proven that regular BBL treatments, not only prevent cellular ageing, but also turn back the clock, causing the DNA expression of skin cells to reverse back to a youthful, healthy state” (Youth Lab 2019).

In the same way that Phototherapy is the ultimate correcting method, Hydrafacial is the ultimate skincare enhancement. Hydrafacial will not only improve the look of your skin, but with frequent treatments, will restore skin health (Hydrafacial, 2019).

Hydrafacial targets concerns such as:

  • Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Skin Texture

  • Elasticity & Firmness
  • Even Tone & Vibrancy

  • Skin Texture

  • Brown Spots

  • Oily & Congested Skin

  • Enlarged Pores

According to Youth Lab, “recently, there has been a lot of focus and research around ultilising multiple modalities to achieve skin goals. There has been a recent focus on the use of topical antioxidants in skin health. This treatment method is utilized in our popular Hydrafacial treatment where antioxidants are infused into the skin following the exfoliation and extraction phase.

The addition of topical antioxidants to a BBL regimen has been shown to improve the chemical, clinical, biochemical and histological changes seen following BBL treatments alone. But what does this actually mean for the skin? Basically, combining BBL photorejuvenation treatments with topical application of antioxidants (with the Hydrafacial treatment) will result in greater improvement in the appearance of fine lines, pore size, hyperpigmentation, dullness and texture, than either treatment can provide on it’s own.

The data supports the use of multi-modal therapy to create synergy and to optimize the end results and long term outcomes for BBL and Hydrafacial treatments.

By stacking BBL treatments with the incredible Hydrafacial, we are combining the power of broad band light therapy with an intense infusion of potent antioxidants, including Vitamin A, Vitamin E, White Tea Extract, Horse Chestnut Seed Extract, and Rosemary Extract.

 

For more information regarding BBL an Hydrafacial treatments, visit https://sciton.com/physicians/bbl/, and https://hydrafacial.com/the-treatment/, or simply give us a call at Flagstaff Face & Body at 928-226-9355.