Reduce the appearance of pigmentation and redness while rejuvenating your skin.

Save up to 30% on our Forever Young BBL packages and look up to 10 years younger!

What Is Forever Young BBL?

Forever Young BBL® is an advanced photorejuvenation treatment that uses broadband light to rejuvenate skin and reduce pigmentation. Studies have shown1 that regular treatment with Forever Young BBL caused patients to look ten years younger than their average age.

Forever Young BBL emits short bursts of high-intensity light to penetrate just below the skin’s surface, targeting either the melanin that makes up brown spots or the blood vessels that create broken capillaries. After the skin’s collagen and elastin are boosted, you are left with an even and glowing skin tone.*

*Individual results may vary.

BBL for Brown Spots Removal and Redness

Besides being a favourite treatment of ours for overall skin rejuvenation, BBL reduces the appearance of problematic brown spots, freckles, redness and general pigmentation.

Book a complimentary consultation to see why Forever Young BBL has become our favourite energy-based skin rejuvenation and pigmentation treatment in our medispas.

Warning: This video is published for reference only to provide information on the nature of BBL Forever Young. It does not constitute a guarantee of results.
Warning: This video is published for reference only to provide information on the nature of BBL Forever Young. It does not constitute a guarantee of results.

Before & After Photos

Brown Spots
Brown Spots

Photos courtesy of Victoria Park
Warning: These photos are published for reference only to provide information on the nature of the treatment. They do not constitute a guarantee of results.

Why Victoria Park Medispa?

Victoria Park Medispa was a pioneer with IPL for over 10 years and has since upgraded to Forever Young BBL with broadband light technology to provide better results for our clients. We also frequently combine Vbeam or Halo with BBL treatments for an improved result for pigmentation when required.

Because we offer many proven solutions for skin rejuvenation we work to ensure that you get the treatment that is right for you, or combination that is right for you, not just the treatment we happen to have.

Victoria Park Medispa is operated under the supervision of physician specialists – plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, and dermatologists with laser treatments performed by highly trained laser technicians.

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How long is a BBL treatment?

A treatment generally is three sessions of 15 to 30 minutes, once every four weeks.

How does BBL feel?

Most clients describe the sensation of similar to the light snap of an elastic band against the skin several times during treatment.  Though some clients experience temporary darkening of some brown spots and minimal redness for 48 hours, most clients experience no downtime following treatment.

How much does BBL cost?

The cost of a treatment with BBL Forever Young starts at $265 per treatment, depending on the area treated, with special financing available, as well as packages for multiple treatments.

How do I get started?

A BBL consultation with one of our highly trained laser technicians is free. We get to understand your skin type, discuss your goals and decide on a treatment plan together.

FAQs about Forever Young BBL

What areas are treated by Forever Young BBL?

Forever Young BBL can treat the face, neck, or décolleté. Victoria Park Medispa also offers BBL Hero, which can treat larger areas on the body, such as arms, back, hands and more.

How soon can I see results?

Results are visible within a few days of the first session and develop progressively after each treatment. Some studies[1] show that patients who have undergone a regular process of BBL treatments look ten years younger than their age. We often recommend our “Forever Young BBL” corrective program, which includes three treatments – one treatment per month. For maintenance purposes, we offer our “BBL for Life” program for one and two years, where you can save 30% and 50% respectively.

[1] Bitter P, Pozner J. Retrospective evaluation on the long-term anti-aging effects of BroadBand Light Therapy. Cosmet Dermatol. february 2013; 34-40

What types of hyperpigmentation can the treatment correct?

BBL can treat sunspots, sun damage, post-inflammatory spots and freckles.

The beauty of BBL is that it can also treat redness, including diffusing redness (erythema) and visible blood vessels on the skin, in addition to the collagen and elastin that give the skin its radiance and tone.

Unfortunately, we cannot treat melasma with BBL. However, we do offer several other solutions that can treat it.

How does Forever Young BBL correct pigmentation spots?

BBL is based on a technology called “selective photothermolysis”. This principle consists of emitting a pulsed light through the BBL handpiece, which is absorbed by melanin (responsible for brown spots) and oxyhemoglobin (responsible for the redness and blood vessels visible in the skin). When a brown spot is targeted and absorbs the light, the heat generated destroys the melanin in that area without damaging the surrounding tissue. The melanin in the brown spot is then eliminated by the body’s natural processes. We are also able to treat the skin’s collagen and elastin, which are stimulated to create new, stronger cells.

How is Forever Young BBL technology different from “regular” IPL?

“Forever Young BBL” is an advanced version of the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment. Victoria Park Medispa was one of the first centers in Canada to use IPL technology, before evolving to the “Forever Young BBL”.

“Forever Young BBL” offers the ability to treat multiple skin conditions with a single handpiece (wavelengths of light) to target different depths of the skin. This allows you to customize your treatment according to your needs and indications. Traditional Intense Pulsed Light typically has one or two wavelengths, which limits the ability to customize the treatment and address the areas you want to improve.

BBL also allows you to receive multiple passes of light with these different wavelengths (maximum of six passes). Therefore, technicians can slowly heat the skin and target layers of skin one at a time depending on the desired results. IPL allows only two or three passes maximum, with the same wavelength and without the customization that can be obtained with BBL. BBL is therefore more comfortable and much more adapted to your skin’s needs.


We’ll discuss your goals and create a treatment plan together.


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Call us at 514.488.8668. Our Appointment Concierge team is available Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm.

What to know before your Forever Young BBL treatment

  • Avoid direct sun exposure and/or use of sunbeds for a minimum of 4 weeks before treatment. If there is a possibility of vacation plans during your treatment period, please discuss it with your service provider to make the appropriate adjustments to your treatment appointments.
  • Cease application of any auto bronzing products on the treatment area, for a minimum of 2 weeks or as instructed by your service provider. In the meantime, skin exfoliation is required.
  • If you have had a history of peri-oral or genital Herpes Simplex Virus, your service provider may recommend a prophylactic antiviral therapy. Please contact your doctor to receive an appropriate prescription.
  • Treatment is contra-indicated over tattooed area including tattooed freckles.
    Cease application of:
  • Retinol, Hydroquinone, Arbutin or any other skin brightening ingredients: 7 days before treatment.
  • AHA and BHA ingredients including salicylic/glycolic/lactic/kojic acid or similar ingredients: 2 days before treatment.
Skincare Protocol
  • Gentle sulphate-free cleanser with neutral pH.
  • Medical grade vitamin C 15% serum with hyaluronic acid.
  • Mineral sunscreen (minimum 30 SPF).

What you should do after your Forever Young BBL treatment

  • Your skin’s response can vary after a laser treatment. Erythema (redness) and light edema (swelling) are usually noted within a few minutes after the completion of the procedure.
  • A slight sunburn sensation in and around the area treated is also normal and expected. These reactions tend to subside within 1-4 hours after the treatment. A crust (or scab) may form more often on pigment lesions and is not abnormal nor unexpected. This represents the healing process.
  • Vascular lesions might appear redder, which varies from slight to moderate in most, but typically fades within several hours to days. Occasionally, purpura (bruising or red-purple color) is present after treatment of local vascular lesions, and this is an expected endpoint. This effect usually fades away in the proceeding 5-7 days after treatment.
  • A cold compress or an ice pack can be used to provide comfort if the treated area is especially warm.
  • While driving, you can protect your face by rotating your car’s sun shield panel towards the direction of the sun.
  • Avoid make-up application right after treatment to avoid skin irritation.
  • Avoid sun exposure of the treated area for a minimum of 4 weeks post treatment. The application of bronzers and use of sun beds are completely contraindicated during the period of your treatment.
  • Avoid exercising and swimming for a minimum of 12 hours post treatment or until any erythema and edema is gone from the skin.
  • Avoid hot yoga, saunas for a minimum of 48 hours post treatment.
  • Avoid application of any products that contain exfoliant and brightening ingredients for a minimum of 48 hours (about 2 days) post treatment or as instructed by your service provider.
Skincare Protocol – Following Treatment
  • AM
  • PM
  • Gentle sulphate-free cleanser with neutral pH.
  • Medical grade vitamin C 15% serum with hyaluronic acid.
  • Medical grade post treatment cream.
  • Mineral sunscreen (minimum 30 SPF).
  • Gentle sulphate-free cleanser with neutral pH.
  • Alternate between a medical grade AHA lightening serum and serum with hyaluronic acid.
  • Medical grade post treatment cream.

To optimize results:
We recommend using a gentle exfoliator and a lightening mask once a week post-treatment. All pre- and post-treatment products must be discussed and approved by your technician.