Veloce BB Laser is a new generation laser treatment that targets facial pigments, brightens the skin and can be effective on different skin problems.
“BBL” is a term related to a skin treatment method often called “Broad Band Light.” Broad Band Light is a laser technology that targets various problems on the skin. This treatment is generally used effectively against various skin problems such as skin rejuvenation, pigment spots, vascular spots, acne and skin tone irregularities. Thanks to this feature, BBL Laser is widely used around the world and is a system approved by the FDA.
This technology uses a method also commonly referred to as IPL (Intense Pulsed Light). It targets specific skin targets using a broad spectrum of light focused on the skin. The treatment can promote skin restructuring and rejuvenation.
With Veloce BBL, different heads are used for different wavelengths in order to provide a treatment suitable for the needs of the skin. Rays are sent in a controlled manner to stimulate the skin and increase the regeneration process. As a result, it is aimed to increase the quality of the skin by increasing collagen synthesis.
However, since everyone's skin structure and condition is different, it is necessary to consult a specialist. After evaluating the skin before treatment, appropriate treatment will be planned.
BBL; How Does Broad Band Light Work?
• Pigmentation - Equalizing skin tone:
BBL sends a wide spectrum of light to the skin. This light aims targets that are specific to certain colors, such as melanin (pigment) or red blood cells. In this way, it can affect pigment spots, vascular spots and similar colored skin problems.
• Ensuring Skin Regeneration:
BBL energizes the upper layers of the skin, causing damage to the skin at the microscopic level. The skin is expected to initiate its own natural healing processes to repair this damage. This helps to restructure skin cells and rejuvenate skin tissue.
• Increasing Collagen and Elastin Production:
BBL treatment is also effective in increasing collagen and elastin production under the skin. Collagen and elastin are proteins that provide skin firmness and elasticity. Therefore, with the increase in this production, the skin achieves a younger, tighter and more vibrant appearance.
• Acne Treatment:
BBL can also be used in acne treatment. The light reaches the lower layers of the skin, which helps reduce acne-causing bacteria and can control inflammation of the skin. In this way, it also helps prevent acne formations.
The effectiveness of the treatment may vary depending on the features of the device used, the treatment area and the individual's skin type. Meeting with a specialist before treatment is extremely important in determining a treatment plan that suits the individual's specific needs.
BBL; In Which Situations Is Broad Band Light Used?
Broad Band Light (BBL) is a laser technology used across a wide spectrum to treat skin problems.
Below are the situations where BBL is commonly used:
• Pigment Spots:
BBL can be effective against pigmentation problems such as sun spots, age spots or brown spots caused by sun damage
• Increased vascularity:
It can be used against vascular problems such as enlarged veins, capillaries or rosacea.
• Skin Rejuvenation:
BBL can be used for skin rejuvenation purposes. By increasing collagen and elastin production, it can increase skin firmness and elasticity, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
• Acne and Inflamed Spots:
BBL treatment can be applied against acne scars, inflamed acne spots and other acne problems.
• Skin Tone Irregularities:
BBL can be used to treat skin tone unevenness, reddish spots and blemishes.
• Capillary Problems:
Conditions such as thin capillaries on the face or rosacea can be treated with BBL.
Regarding these conditions, each individual's skin type and condition is different. Therefore, it is important to consult a specialist before BBL or similar skin treatments.
BBL; In Which part of body Is Broad Band Light Applied?
Broad Band Light (BBL) treatment can generally be applied to various parts of the body. The areas where the treatment is applied may vary depending on the person's needs and skin problems. Here are some of the areas where BBL treatment is commonly applied:
Face: BBL treatment can be applied to the facial area for skin rejuvenation, pigment spots, capillaries and other skin problems.
Neck: Along with the face, BBL treatment can also be performed for skin rejuvenation and pigmentation problems in the neck area.
Hands: BBL treatment can be applied for age spots, sun damage and fine lines on the hands.
Back and Chest: BBL treatment can be applied to the back and chest area for problems such as acne scars, skin tone irregularities and sun damage.
Back: BBL treatment can be applied to the back area for acne scars and general skin rejuvenation.
Apart from these parts of body, there may be other areas where BBL can be applied. However, which areas will be treated will vary depending on the individual's skin type, skin problems and treatment goals. Consulting with a specialist before treatment will help determine a treatment plan that suits your individual needs.
BBL; How to Apply Broad Band Light?
Broad Band Light (BBL) is a laser treatment method that must be applied by a healthcare professional. General application process: Before starting treatment, the physician performs a preliminary examination to evaluate the patient's skin type, skin problems and treatment goals. This helps determine appropriate treatment parameters and personalize the treatment plan. On the day of treatment, the patient is asked to cleanse her skin and remove her make-up. Before treatment, photographs can be taken and target areas on the skin are determined. During the treatment, the patient and the person administering the treatment wear special safety glasses to protect their eyes from strong light. A gel or cooling agent is applied to the treatment area. In this way, it helps the skin to relax and the light to penetrate the skin more effectively. It then aims specific skin targets using a wide spectrum of light with special heads. By focusing on problematic areas on the skin surface, the application is performed for pigment spots, vascular spots and other skin problems. This process is completed in a short time, approximately 30-40 minutes. However, the treatment duration may vary depending on the size of the area to be treated and the treatment
What Should Be Considered in Post-Treatment Care?
After the treatment, it is important for the patient to take care of their skin and protect themselves from the sun. Additionally, temporary side effects such as mild skin redness or swelling are normal and will subside over time. BBL treatment can usually be done in three sessions, but sometimes a series of sessions may be required. Treatment results will appear over time in parallel with the healing of the skin.