Thursday, 17 March 2016

Stanford University studies: Imagine taking a photo ten years from now and looking better than you do today!

Recent studies, performed at Stanford University has shown that Broadband Light (BBL) not only improves the visible signs of aging and sun damage, but also works on cellular level, returning the skin cells to genetically youthful state.

A study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology shows that Sciton BroadBand Light (BBL™) treatments can alter the expression of genes associated with the aging process. These genes more closely resemble those of young skin. 

BBL treatments promote the appearance of youthful skin, which may be due to the differences observed in gene expression patterns of aged skin becoming more like young skin.

Forever Young BBL - skin that looks ten years younger!

It may sound impossible, but that’s what reprogramming your skin’s age with regular Forever
Young BBL treatments can do. It was proven in a 10-year clinical study—one of the longest studies ever to show the results of a skin care regimen.

The results were so startling, the authors of the study concluded:

“…patients who maintain a regular annual or biannual regimen of BBL treatments over 5 to 11 years can reduce and delay the long-term signs of skin aging such as photodamage,
telangiectasias [spider veins], the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and skin laxity, in a natural-looking way. [2]”
1. Chang AL, Bitter PH, Qu K, Lin M, Rapicavoli NA, Chang HY. Rejuvenation of gene expression pattern of aged human skin by broadband light treatment:
a pilot study. J Invest Dermatol. 2013;133(2):394-402.
2. Bitter P, Pozner J. Retrospective evaluation of the long-term anti-aging effects of BroadBand Light Therapy. Cosmet Dermatol. February 2013:34-40.


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