BBL Hero Broadband Light Therapy, or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy, is a non-invasive treatment that uses light to treat various skin conditions. The treatment emits a range of light wavelengths, targeting specific structures and depths within the skin. Depending on the desired outcome, the specific light wavelengths can be adjusted.


The BBL Hero laser uses Sciton's innovative design, allowing for customized treatments that cater to each individual's unique needs. By utilizing various wavelengths of light, the BBL Hero stimulates collagen production, rejuvenates the skin's texture, and promotes an even tone. Notably, its advanced cooling system ensures a comfortable experience for patients during the procedure. As a non-invasive and versatile solution, the BBL Hero laser has set a new standard in the realm of skin rejuvenation.


  • BBL HERO Forever Young: treats pigment while helping decrease fine lines and wrinkles.
  • BBL HERO Body- gets rid of unwanted pigment in the skin.
  • Forever Clear BBL- treats active acne and pigmented lesions left behind. 
  • Forever Bare BBL- laser hair reduction treatment.

Here is a brief outline of the treatments available for BBL Hero Broadband Light therapy:


    • Targets: Age spots, sun damage, freckles, and general skin pigmentation.

Outcome: Helps reduce the appearance of blemishes and promotes a more even skin tone.

Vascular Treatment:

    • Targets: Broken blood vessels, spider veins, rosacea, and redness.

Outcome: The blood absorbs light energy, causing the vessels to coagulate for reabsorption by the body.

Acne Treatment:

    • Targets: Active acne and pimples.

Outcome: Blue light targets acne-causing bacteria, while yellow light reduces redness, inflammation, and oil production. Infrared light promotes healing and skin regeneration.

Hair Removal:

    • Targets: Unwanted hair on the face, arms, legs, back, or other body parts.

Outcome: The melanin in the hair follicles absorbs the light, damaging the follicle and reducing hair growth.

Hyperpigmentation Treatment:

    • Targets: Darkened patches or spots on the skin.

Outcome: BBL targets melanin, breaking it down for reabsorption by the body.

Pore Size Reduction:

    • Targets: Enlarged pores.

Outcome: By promoting collagen production and targeting excess sebum, BBL can help reduce the appearance of large pores.

Before undergoing BBL Hero therapy, it's essential to consult with a plastic surgeon or skincare professional who can assess the skin's condition and recommend the most appropriate treatment protocol. They can also guide post-treatment care to ensure optimal results and minimal side effects.

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Jenna's Journey to Renewed Confidence with BBL Hero Photorejuvenation 


Jenna, a spirited 40-year-old woman, had always been an avid traveler. Throughout her youth, she spent countless hours basking under the sun in exotic destinations, collecting memories and adventures.


While she wouldn't trade those experiences for anything, they came with a cost: years of sun exposure had left her with age spots, freckles, and uneven skin tone that aged her appearance.


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She often spent time in front of the mirror, applying layers of makeup to hide her imperfections. One day, after another frustrating attempt to cover up her age spots, Jenna visited a skincare professional for a solution.

Upon evaluating Jenna's skin, the dermatologist introduced her to BBL Hero Broadband Light Therapy, specifically photorejuvenation. She explained that BBL light therapy with a Sciton laser could help address her skin pigmentation issues and give her a more even, radiant complexion.


After some consideration and a patch test, Jenna felt hopeful and booked her first session.


During her treatment, Jenna felt a sensation similar to the snap of a rubber band against her skin, but it was certainly tolerable. The doctor's assistant applied a cooling gel before the procedure, which helped reduce the sensation.


The treatment lasted about 30 minutes, after which Jenna's skin looked slightly red but felt smooth and rejuvenated.


Jenna was advised to avoid direct sun exposure and always to use sunscreen to protect her newly treated skin. Over the next few weeks, she noticed the pigmented spots darken and then flake off.

Her skin tone began to look more even, the freckles were less pronounced, and the age spots had significantly faded.


Jenna is a composite of treatment with BBL Hero. Actual results will vary.

Inquire here about BBL Hero treatment cost.

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Scition Laser FAQs

What is the role of Sciton laser in skin treatments?

The Sciton laser is a versatile tool used in a variety of skin treatments including skin resurfacing and rejuvenation, scar reduction, and treatment of pigmentation issues. It works by delivering precise amounts of energy to the skin, promoting new collagen growth and improving the overall appearance.

How does Sciton laser help with acne?

The Sciton Laser can be used to treat active acne as well as reduce acne scars. It works by targeting and destroying the bacteria that cause acne deep within your skin. Additionally, it helps to decrease inflammation and promote faster healing.

Can the Sciton laser be used for blood vessel treatment?

Yes, the Sciton Laser can be effectively used to treat visible blood vessels or broken capillaries on the face and other parts of body. It uses targeted light energy to heat up the blood vessels causing them to collapse and eventually fade away.

Are there any side effects associated with using Sciton lasers for these treatments?

While generally safe, some potential side effects include temporary redness, swelling or discomfort at the treated area. There may also be a risk of pigmentation changes but this is usually temporary.

How long does it take to see results from Sciton laser treatment?

Results vary depending on individual conditions and treatment goals, but typically improvements can start to appear after one or two sessions with more significant results seen several weeks post-treatment as new collagen formation occurs.