At The Skin Elite, we work regularly with patients considering skin enhancement options. Whether they are dealing with sun damaged facial skin or age spots on the neck and chest, they often find solutions that work to provide them the results they desire. Our team of professionals offer San Antonio, TX area patients treatments that work, including BBL, or “Broadband Light” therapy.
What is Broadband Light therapy?
Known as BBL, Broadband Light therapy is a powerful intense pulsed light, or IPL, photofacial service to enhance the skin. It works by heating the upper layers of the skin and stimulating the skin cells beneath to regenerate. When this occurs, it improves the skin’s health and appearance, allowing patients to achieve smoother, brilliant, and beautiful skin that looks younger and healthier! Some patients will benefit from a single treatment, while others may opt for several sessions spaced weeks apart for the most noticeable results.
What can Broadband Light therapy treat?
The team at The Skin Elite in San Antonio, TX uses BBL therapy to address a wide range of skin concerns, including:
- Age spots
- Sun damaged skin
- Poor skin texture and tone
- Pigmentation concerns
- Small facial veins
How much does BBL therapy cost?
Broadband Light therapy can be used on various parts of the face and body and is priced according to the size of the treatment area. The price ranges anywhere from $150 for the neck to the legs or back at $300 and up. Patients will find that the team at The Skin Elite can arrange for payment plans and discuss any current specials that might make the treatments more affordable and attainable for those on a tighter budget.
How do I learn more about Broadband Light therapy?
If you reside in or around the San Antonio, TX area and are interested in finding out if you are a viable candidate for BBL or any other skin treatment options available at our practice, we welcome you to book an appointment by calling (210) 800-9696. The office is located at 2108 Northwest Military Highway and accepts new and current patients of the community.