Forever Clear by Sciton
When it comes to acne treatment, few options are as reliable and effective as Sciton’s Forever Clear BBL therapy. It uses powerful, concentrated light to help erase any sign that you ever had acne to begin with. But even if you aren’t looking to tackle acne, you might still be looking for a way to address other facial conditions like discoloration, sun damage or aging.
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What Can Forever Clear Treat?
Forever Clear is designed specifically to tackle acne and the subsequent side effects of acne. The three stages of its treatment each address a different category of problems: acne-causing bacteria, discoloration and textural concerns.
Step 1: Blue Light
This step uses concentrated light to penetrate deep into the pores, where acne-causing bacteria is stored. By killing the bacteria that are directly responsible for acne, we can stop the development of some future acne breakouts at the source. This makes it more effective than medications and creams, which cannot always guarantee to affect this bacteria.
Step 2: Yellow Light
Sometimes, the worst part of acne is not the pimple itself but the subsequent inflammation or redness that accompanies the pustule. This discoloration is often more problematic for our appearance than acne since it can impact a much larger area of our face. The yellow broadband light works to reduce that inflammation and correct redness for a healthy and uniform appearance.
Step 3: (Infra) Red Light
Acne leaves behind scarring. While the amount of scarring varies from person to person, the textural concerns that it presents can be harmful to our appearance. This final step of the Forever Clear treatment uses SkinTyte II infrared technology, which gently pulses highly concentrated, powerful light into the layers of the skin.
This light triggers our body’s natural healing response, including flushing it with essential proteins like collagen, which work well to smooth skin inconsistencies.
What Is Forever Clear?
Forever Clear BBL therapy is a revolutionary treatment designed specifically for people who want to get rid of frustrating acne. Even when medications, creams, ointments and other remedies have failed, Forever Clear has proven to be a powerful, reliable way to manually remove and repair acne and acne scars. The treatment uses the power of intense pulsed light at three different strengths to treat every one of your acne concerns.
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What Are the Benefits of Forever Clear?
Here are all the reasons patients are choosing to go with Forever Clear over other acne options:
- Effective, reliable destruction of acne
- Powerful correction of discoloration
- Improvement of textural inconsistencies
- Reduction in pore sizes
- Fast treatment time (30 – 60 minutes)
- Immediate results
- Minimal downtime and recovery
Am I a Candidate for a Forever Clear?
If you are looking to improve the appearance of your acne or acne scars, you will likely be a candidate for Forever Clear treatment. However, we do not recommend having this treatment if you have prepubescent or very mature skin or taking certain medications that may react poorly with Forever Clear. During your consultation, we will be able to minimize the chance of adverse reactions between your medications and this treatment.
What Results Does Forever Clear Provide?
You can expect to see a very rapid improvement in both acne and acne scarring immediately after the procedure is performed. Continued progress will also occur as the side effects fade over the following two or three days. Most patients only need follow-up treatments performed every two to six months to maintain optimal results, but this depends entirely on your unique situation.
Ready for Premiere BBL Treatment in Lake Forest, IL?
If you are ready to learn more about how Forever Clear BBL and MOXI can help improve the aesthetics of your face and give you the appearance you have always wanted, give our office a call at (847) 234-2400. You can also fill out our online contact form to have someone give you a call back at a more convenient time or to receive preliminary information via email.