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A part of improving your wellness, is providing you with the confidence to feel your best. Dealing with the troubles of acne can weigh on your overall confidence and mood. To reinstate your confidence and provide you with clear skin, we are pleased to offer Forever Clear BBL™ treatments for acne. This innovative anti-acne treatment can revitalize your skin and undo the damage caused by acne outbreaks.

What Is Acne?

Acne is a skin disorder that stems from a mixture of hormonal imbalances as well as external substances affecting the oil glands and hair follicles. For some, acne is just a mild frustration leading to the occasional pimple or two. For others, acne is constant and difficult to ignore, covering the entire face and increasing the chance for the appearance of more troubling cosmetic concerns.

When acne is left untreated, it can lead to visible scars. Over-the-counter creams and medications, changes to diet and changes to your facial skin care routine are some of the available options to wage the war on acne. Unfortunately, these options are not effective for everyone.

How can we help?

We offer the Forever Clear BBL™ treatment for acne. It has been approved by the FDA for its clinically-proven ability to remove acne.

The treatment involves using pulse infrared and visible light energy to prime the upper layers of your skin for the increased production of collagen. Collagen is a structural protein that the body uses for wound repair and these wounds can include acne marks.

With proper treatment, the Forever Clear BBL™ therapy will lead to what cosmetic professionals refer to as collagen remodeling. It treats overactive oil glands, leading to the reduction of acne. The treatment can also improve the appearance of acne scars in a non-ablative way.

The device will stimulate the treated area, which in turn triggers the body’s natural production of collagen. It can rejuvenate your skin, leaving it tighter, thicker, and most importantly, smoother and acne-free.

Are There Any Side Effects?

We only use treatments that have been well tested and approved by regulatory agencies, such as the FDA.

The Forever Clear BBL™ treatment may produce mild symptoms, which usually disappear in a few hours for most clients. These symptoms most typically include:


  • A Mild Sunburn-like Sensation on Your Face
  • Temporary Darkening of Pigmented Lesions
  • Mild Facial Irritation
Who is an ideal candidate for the Forever Clear BBL?

Any patient dealing with acne or acne scarring.

How is it unique?

Forever Clear BBL treats acne deep within the skin. Intense Pulsed Light of this magnitude can only be found in a doctor’s office. Forever Clear BBL is an effective, comfortable, fast, and safe treatment.

What areas can be treated?

Most areas of your body can be treated. The most common treatment areas where acne is found is on the face, neck and back.

How long does the treatment take?

It can take as little as 15 minutes, depending on the area you are looking to treat. Treatment time and frequency vary from patient to patient

Is this treatment uncomfortable?

The procedure is non-invasive and typically gentle and safe. Generally, there is no need for a topical anesthetic, however, your healthcare provider may choose to use it depending on his/her patients’ needs

What is the recovery time?

There is typically no downtime. Most patients can wear make-up and resume normal activities immediately. Please follow your healthcare provider’s aftercare plan until skin is completely healed – typically about one week after the treatment.

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