We get it—no one wants to pay for a treatment that’s not going to produce long-term results. So we definitely understand if you’re wondering how long Forever Young BBL actually lasts. The truth is, as long as you take care of your skin and get maintenance treatments, your age-defying results can last for years!
Keep reading to learn more about how long Forever Young BBL lasts.
The ins and outs of Forever Young BBL
Forever Young BBL uses BroadBand Light therapy, which penetrates the skin with quick pulses of light energy. This energy then converts to heat to increase collagen production and promote cellular turnover. As a result, collagen fibers continue to rebuild the framework of your skin, meaning your skin will continue to improve as time goes on.
Fun fact: Forever Young BBL is the only device that can change genetic expressions related to aging.
There’s no exact answer to how long Forever Young BBL lasts, but many people can make their amazing results last for years, especially with regular maintenance treatments.
How to make Forever Young BBL last longer
The key to keeping your youthful complexion is taking care of your skin at home. You don’t want to get a phenomenal treatment just to leave your skin to the wayside. We aren’t saying you have to do anything extreme, but here are a few quick tips to help you increase how long your Forever Young BBL lasts:
- Wear SPF every day (even when it’s cloudy)
- Find a good day and night skincare regime
- Eat a balanced diet
- Drink lots of water
Learn more about how long Forever BBL lasts with AesthetiCare
No matter what you need, our team at AesthetiCare is always happy to help! We believe that educating our clients is just as important as treating them.
Our services are more than skin deep. The relationships we build with every single client helps us understand their needs to better serve them; not to mention, we love meeting new people and hearing their stories!
Contact us to learn more or use our virtual consultation tool to tell us about your needs and schedule a free one-hour consultation.