Forever Young. Is it a trait only biased to vampires? Is it a reality only in movie land? Many movies have been made with this theme, even one with its namesake and Mel Gibson as the star and others with a more Twilight twist. What happens when a real-life company touts their skin product as Forever Young? Well, women (and men) all over the world should take notice.
A Stanford study released scientific evidence on the Forever Young BBL by Sciton, Inc., a medical device company. With regular treatments using Forever Young BBL, this light therapy functionally rejuvenates skin and delays skin aging. What does this really mean? Well, it is where science meets beauty. In this case, rejuvenation is achieved by altering gene expression. With regular treatments, the RNA expression will more closely resemble young skin.
Even if you are not a science wiz, this study is pretty impressive. Want proof? Just take a look at the before and after photos that can take one women at 38 yrs of age and then again at 49 yrs of age. Her skin at 49 years looks even younger than at 38 years old. Click here to see the results.
As with any claim, do your own research and find a local physician that makes you comfortable. Here's a starting place: Sciton BBL.