What if we told you there is a treatment that can slow down aging? There is, and it’s called Forever Young BBL. The treatment is designed to delay signs of aging and leave you feeling and looking rejuvenated.

What exactly is Forever Young BBL technology?

Forever Young BBL makes use of broad spectrum light technology. Treatments are designed to offer noticeable improvements to your complexion on the outer layers while also working deep below the dermis to rejuvenate old skin cells right at the molecular level.

Forever Young BBL is able to treat almost any area on your body, including your face, neck, chest, hands, arms, and legs.. After your recommended series of treatments, you should notice significant age-defying results and a more even complexion.

It’s time to try this light-based skin rejuvenation treatment.

So, what exactly can this amazing technology treat? A whole range of skin and aging issues, such as:

  • Uneven skin tone
  • Skin texture problems, including large pores, deep lines, and wrinkles
  • Sun-damaged skin, including red and brown spots
  • Unwanted hair loss
  • Rosacea
  • Acne
  • Facial veins

Amazing BBL treatment benefits

There are plenty of incredible benefits to be gained from regular treatments. These include:

  • Long-lasting results
  • You can carry on with your daily activities right after a treatment session
  • Treatment is incredibly fast. It takes just 12 – 15 minutes to treat your entire face
  • Outcomes are more predictable thanks to controlled, advanced precision
  • An effective and safe treatment for active acne on people of all ages
  • Controlled precision makes for a safer treatment, with each skin condition getting its own corresponding wavelength

How Forever Young BBL technology works

BBL technology delivers a light energy that gently heats up your upper layers of skin. As the heat is absorbed by the targeted areas, it stimulates the skin cells, encouraging new collagen generation. This then helps restore the skin to its natural beauty, making it smoother and blending its natural tones, leaving you looking refreshed and younger.

The photothermal energy targets and eliminates many signs of aging, like fine vessels that cause redness.

Post-Treatment recovery

After treatment, you may look flushed, but this resolves within a couple of hours. If you’re targeting pigmented skin, the treated area can darken, and flake off over about 1 to 2 weeks. On the whole, though, there is no recovery or downtime period needed after a treatment.

Keeping up appearances

Forever Young BBL is a revolutionary treatment that works on the concept of light energy being sent deep into the skin to boost the body’s natural ability to fight signs of aging. The result is skin that visibly looks younger year after year.

This treatment isn’t just for those who have experienced sun damage over the years, the rejuvenation benefits help keep skin looking young, too.

Visit ENVY Skin Clinic today and reap the Forever Young BBL benefits for yourself!

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You’ve likely heard of chemical peels. Perhaps you’ve been putting off getting one. Maybe you’re really keen but aren’t sure if they’re for you.

Chemical peels can be of varying intensities and are designed to treat a multitude of skin issues.

Essentially, a chemical peel resurfaces your skin. Treatments are adjusted to suit your unique needs and ensure the very best results. Each chemical peel is designed to exfoliate the top layers of your skin.

Your needs along with skin sensitivity determine just how many layers are removed during a peel treatment. The time it takes to see results depends on the intensity of your chemical peel.

  1. Acne and scars

Chemical peels dive deep into your skin’s layers to unclog pores, at the same time skimming the surface to get rid of blackheads and post-pimple scars.

The acid used in the peel lingers in your pores. This is a good thing as it keeps the pores clear over time. If you suffer from acne or left-over acne scars, a chemical peel could be the answer. There’s little to no downtime involved. It’s also suitable for all skin colors.

  • Smoother, softer skin

There are several types of chemical peels, ranging from superficial to medium in depth. There’s little recovery time and there are minimal chances of side effects. Peels are safe to use on all types of skin and afterward, you will enjoy rejuvenated, younger-looking skin. In fact, a chemical peel visibly improves your glow and tone of your skin, increasing hydration and suppleness. Peels can be used on the face, neck, hands, and chest.

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

A lighter chemical peel can dramatically improve your skin’s tone and texture. In turn, this works to decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. At first, results tend to be somewhat subtle but become more noticeable with repeated treatments.

It’s advised that you avoid sun exposure after a chemical peel until new skin covers the treated area completely.

  • Melasma

We know there’s no permanent cure for those sun-triggered dark patches that are the result of hormonal surges – the kind caused by the Pill and pregnancy. However, chemical peels offer a possible solution to help with Melasma.

  • A host of other improvements

Besides the above mentioned skin improvements, chemical peels offer a range of benefits for several common skin complaints, including:

  • Aging skin
  • Scars
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Crow’s feet
  • Sagging skin
  • Sun damaged skin

The main benefits of having a chemical peel

No matter what kind of skin condition you want to improve, chemical peels offer some incredible benefits. Following a medium or deep peel, for instance, you can look forward to visible facial skin tightening.

What’s more, regular chemical peels help you say goodbye to pigmentation and age spots. Not to mention a dramatic decrease in forehead furrows and wrinkles around the cheeks and mouth.

Medium and deep chemical peels, especially, work well for wrinkles around the mouth. These areas can even be treated on their own with even less recovery time.

Are you a chemical peel candidate?

While a chemical peel may be suitable for all skin types, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons says some people may not be good candidates, including those who have:

  • A history of abnormal scarring
  • Pale freckled skin and red hair
  • Abnormal pigmentation
  • Used acne treatments in the last year

The best way to find out if you’re a chemical peel candidate is to speak to a professional at ENVY Skin Clinic.

Book an appointment today!

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