BBL, or BroadBand Light™, HERO is the next generation of phototherapy which improves, pigment, redness, and overall skin quality anywhere on the body, including visible signs of aging, sun damage, acne and more. This impressive treatment utilizes pulses of light energy to gently heat the skin’s surface. This process induces the body’s natural healing process for improved elastin and collagen production—leaving you luminously glowing with continued improvement over time!
There is little-to-no downtime associated with the BBL® HERO™ treatment, making it a popular choice for those looking for long-term results without sacrificing time for significant recovery away from their everyday activities.
What does BBL treat?
The Sciton BBL Laser corrects age spots, cherry angiomas, rosacea, dull complexion, acne, and the appearance of skin laxity.
HALO is a high-end skin resurfacing laser that operates using two distinct wavelengths (ablative and non-ablative) to target your skin concerns on multiple levels.
HALO uses laser technology to eliminate years of damage by triggering your body’s natural healing response and reveal the luminous glow you had when you were young. As an integral part of many patients’ long-term skin maintenance plan, the powerful results of HALO can be used to improve skin texture and clarity; restore a youthful glow; and even help delay or eliminate the need for surgical procedures.
What does HALO treat?
HALO is known as the holy grail of skin treatments-it addresses vascular legions, pigmentation and textural issues all in a single modality. HALO also treats fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage and dyschromia, scars, pigmented lesions, and enlarged pores.
What is BBL?
BBL is a non-invasive treatment that reduces the appearance of sun damage, redness, pigmentation and provides more youthful looking skin by stimulating collagen.
How does BBL work?
BBL uses broadband light to deliver a more youthful and radiant looking appearance. BBL safely admits lights into the skin to help break down pigmentation and helps regenerate new healthier cells.
Is BBL effective?
Blemishes and blood vessels clear up within a few weeks, and within two weeks of your treatments, your skin will feel smoother and appear more even and bright. In addition, you will see less fine lines and smaller pores.
How many BBL treatments will I need?
Skin specialists suggest three to six BBL treatments spaced a few weeks apart. You should also have at least two treatments per year for maintenance.
What will BBL feel like?
This treatment is not only safe but involves minimal discomfort. Many patients claim it is virtually painless.
What is HALO?
HALO is the “Holy Grail” combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to address multiple levels of skin concerns on all skin types in 1-2 treatments.
How does HALO work?
HALO combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to address multiple levels of skin concerns on all skin types in 1-2 treatments. Ablative wavelengths target and treat the skin for surface-level conditions such as textural issues and pore size. The non-ablative wavelength targets deeper sun damage and other dermal pigmentary issues.
Is Halo effective
Yes! HALO is a complete skin revitalization laser treatment. You will see overall improvements in your skin including a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduced pore size, improved skin reflectivity and glow, and significant removal of discoloration.
How many treatments will I need?
Discuss your skincare needs with your clinician. You may choose to receive one or two aggressive treatments or multiple gentle treatments to achieve the same goal over a longer period of time.
What will Halo feel like?
With a topical anesthetic and integrated cooling technology, patients typically experience very little discomfort. Most patients describe the treatment as a feeling of heat with occasional prickling sensations but are generally comfortable. After the treatment, most patients will continue to feel warm for an additional 30 to 60 minutes or slightly longer with deeper treatment levels.