BBL (Broad Band Light) BBL utilizes the power of broad wavelengths of light to target signs of aging in the skin such as fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, hyper-pigmentation, and PIH (post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation). BBL technology targets the damaged pigment (browns) as well as inflammation (reds) in the skin. Oftentimes there is underlying inflammation underneath the surface of pigmentation, most commonly being the “root” of unwanted pigmentation. By being able to target the redness/inflammation in the skin, it is more successful at correcting pigmentation than the traditional IPL which only targets the pigmentation. There are many clinical studies showing that BBL not only “erases” unwanted pigmentation but also aids in reducing redness caused by rosacea.

Moxi is a non-ablative, fractionated resurfacing laser. Moxi delivers non-ablative energy below the skin’s surface to create thousands of micro-channels which stimulate collagen for firmer, tighter skin. Moxi also provides fractionated energy which means it targets smaller, deeper areas of the skin without harming the outer layers, promoting new cell growth and reducing unwanted pigment. With the ability to control how deep the energy goes, Moxi has the ability to be totally resurfacing, treating deep wrinkles and scars or a lighter depth to promote collagen and prevent signs of aging. At a lower depth, Moxi is also referred to as the “lunch time” facial due to its minimal downtime. In result, Moxi is a very versatile laser that is suitable for all skin

What’s the difference between BBL and Moxi? In general, BBL is focused on targeting the pigment and redness in the skin, whereas Moxi is focused on improving the skin texture. Treating the skin with both BBL and Moxi at the same time is considered “combo therapy” which helps to address and correct almost any skin concern one may have.

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