A photofacial is a cosmetic procedure that uses light energy to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the signs of aging and correcting skin imperfections.
What does it do?
The results of a photofacial can include smoother, more even-toned skin with a reduction in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, and age spots.
The number of treatments needed and the specific results can vary depending on individual skin type and concerns.
Why We Love It
No downtime required for recovery.
The treatment is customizable, with different laser settings and wavelengths available to address multiple skin concerns.
Laser photo facials can provide long-lasting results with regular maintenance and proper skin care.
The procedure is safe, minimally invasive, and requires only a short recovery time.
Bright and clear.
Firm and tighten.
Clear up sun damage and acne.
Your Provider Matters
Kameryn – Medical Aesthetician
"The OVME Photofacial is the most effective treatment for stubborn brown spots and vascular deficiencies within the skin. Our unique device can target UV damage, rosacea, and broken capillaries in one treatment. Photofacials prevent, correct, and maintain skin conditions like pigmentation, redness, and the overall youth of the skin."
Kaela – Medical Aesthetician
"My favorite treatment is the Photo facial. BBL targets brown spots, broken capillaries, and rosacea for a clearer and brighter complexation. I love how my skin looks after this treatment. If I could take the BBL home I would. I feel I look younger and healthier after each treatment. There is minimal down time and daily SPF and you can go about your day."
Lindsey – DNP, Aesthetics Practitioner
"I have struggled with Rosacea for 10+ years. I have tried every topical option, until BBL Photofacial. After one treatment, my redness was reduced significantly. With continued treatments, I have been able to keep my redness at bay to make room for my glow."
Curious about what to expect?
Here are some helpful instructions for before and after your treatment.
A photofacial can feel like a rubber band snapping against the skin or a warm sensation, but it is generally well-tolerated and not painful.
The length of a photofacial session can vary depending on the specific treatment and the area being treated, but it typically takes around 30 minutes to one hour.
The number of photofacial sessions recommended for optimal results can also vary depending on the individual's skin condition and concerns, but it is often recommended to have a series of 3-6 treatments spaced about 3-4 weeks apart.