Fotofacial is your skin problem solution
Fotofacial, now called Forever Young BBL, can erase signs of aging from your skin. As we grow older, our skin begins to display signs of wear and tear. Everyday life is a battleground for our skin. Harsh rays from the sun, stress and the simple aging process itself can damage our skin and make us look years older than we actually are. Thanks to the technological advancements of modern science, there are solutions available for all of your skin woes. Dermatologists have been specially trained in both medical and cosmetic procedures of the skin, and can provide you with skin-rejuvenating treatments. If you have ever looked in the mirror and have been unhappy with the reflection looking back at you, now may be the time to explore Fotofacial.
What is Fotofacial?
Fotofacial operates using technology that is broadband light-based. This broadband light targets the signs of aging that are present on your skin, such as wrinkles, fine lines and sun spots. Fotofacial works by warming up the first few layers of the skin. This heat stimulates the skin cells to make more collagen, and since collagen is what keeps your skin looking tight and young, this will freshen up your skin’s appearance. All of the colors in your first few layers of skin will also be blended together, which will give your skin a fresh and dewy look.
The Fotofacial process
Fotofacial, or Forever Young BBL, uses filters to target different areas of the skin. Typically, three to four different filters will be used to ensure that all skin flaws and signs of aging have been targeted. Filter one and two are aimed at removing any pigment that is unwanted in the skin. This involves erasing any redness or skin tone irregularities to make the skin appear young and fresh. The third filter utilizes Wrinklelite, which is the filter that makes your skin cells produce more collagen (as well as elastin.) This collagen is what holds your skin in place and it is the natural component of your skin that you will lose over time. The fourth filter is optional and is called SkinTyte. This filter can help anyone experiencing sagging skin.
Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte – the Charlotte dermatologist for your Fotofacial & Forever Young BBL treatments
Fotofacial can really improve the appearance of your skin, and Dr. Deborah Nixon and her team of skin specialists are your Charlotte, NC source for this treatment. The results with Forever Young BBL are scientifically proven. In one study, dermatologists underestimated the age of those who had Forever Young BBL treatments done by nine years. If you live in the Charlotte, NC area and want to see the incredible results for yourself, book your appointment with the Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte. Begin your journey to younger skin today.