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BBL Photorejuvenation

This procedure reduces pigmented lesions in the skin through a process known as selective thermophotolysis. Essentially, dark areas in the skin absorb light more intensely than lighter areas. The dark areas then heat with the absorption of light areas, destroying the pigment-carrying cells. Through this form of natural selection, i.e. survival of the lightest, the dark regions of the skin are destroyed while the light ones are relatively unaffected. This allows the treatment of:

  • Freckles (aka solar lentigines)
  • Rosacea
  • Age spots
  • Brown spots, birth marks
  • Port wine stains
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Poikiloderma


In addition, BBL treatment can also reduce the incidence of spider or varicose veins, also through the process of selective photothermolysis. It can be used to treat:

  • Spider veins
  • Broken capillaries
  • Facial veins
  • Telanglectasia

Finally, BBL can also have a significant impact on warts, scars, striae, and fine wrinkles.