Forever Young Treatments With BBL Now Scientifically Proven As Anti-Aging

Recently published in the prestigious Journal of Investigative Dermatology, a scientific study of the effects of BroadBand Light on aging skin cells shows dramatic changes to the aging process at both the molecular level and the skin visible to the naked eye. This study’s findings were also published in The Wall Street Journal’s article, “Stanford University Study Finds Evidence that BroadBand Light Treatment Promotes Youthful Skin on a Molecular Level.”


These findings may have taken us a giant step toward the proverbial Fountain of Youth. Our skin care nurses, Angie Betlach, RN and Anne Strate, BSN, RN recently attended an exclusive training by Dr. Patrick H Bitter, a board-certified dermatologist and one of six researchers who conducted and contributed to the scientific study and on the Forever Young BBL™ treatments.


The science shows that, not only does the BBL effectively revert the genomes that affect our aging process in our DNA, but also shows that the affected cells transcribe, or reproduce, the same younger information to new cells. With maintenance treatments, skin can stay effectually Forever Young™


For more information about how you can start stopping your aging process, contact Angie or Anne.

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