About BroadBand Light (BBL)™ treatments in Victoria.
BroadBand Light (BBL)™ treatments allow our Victoria and Vancouver Island patients to renew the youthful radiance of their skin by targeting signs of aging, acne, sun damage, scarring, skin laxity, and more. Skin-transforming BBL treatments give your specialist unique control over varying wavelengths to target a broad range of skin concerns. BBL treatments can safely treat both the face and body to firm, rejuvenate, and smooth skin. Rediscover youthful, vibrant and healthy skin with this versatile technology.
BroadBand Light (BBL)™ helps with:
- skin laxity
- uneven skin texture
- sun damage
- visible blood vessels
- wrinkles & fine lines
How it works:
During BroadBand Light (BBL)™ treatment, pulses of light are focused on the targeted area. The upper layers of skin are gently heated to stimulate skin cells and trigger collagen production. BBL treatment also uses photothermal energy to eliminate the appearance of red blood vessels and target unwanted pigment in lesions.
Starting from $460 per treatment
Number of treatments
BBL Frequently Asked Questions
We prioritize your comfort throughout this treatment. BBL technology is equipped with cooling features to maximize your comfort throughout treatment.
BBL is not painful but may be mildly uncomfortable for some patients, depending on the sensitivity of your skin.
Patients generally begin to see results from several days to two weeks following treatment.
Your results depend on the areas treated and the concerns you target in your treatment. BBL makes skin look clearer, more luminous, and restores a more youthful appearance. Signs of aging and sun damage can be effectively treated with this procedure.
There’s no downtime needed with BBL treatment, so you can return to your regular schedule immediately. Skin may be sensitive to light and slightly red, so you’ll want to be especially vigilant about suncare following treatment.
We’re happy to recommend at-home skincare regimens to maximize and elongate results. We also recommend four treatments per year for a consistent, ideal outcome.