Diary: BTL Aesthetics and Sciton Launch BBL Heroic Pulse Light Technology Down Under

Last Thursday evening, esteemed industry guests gathered for a luxurious cocktail party in celebration of BTL Aesthetics and Sciton’s latest launch: BBL Heroic.

The BTL Aesthetics team welcomed guests to the celebration, introducing Dr Lina Vargas as a special guest speaker to discuss the device. According to Sciton’s US-based website, BBL Heroic is  “Sciton’s breakthrough pulsed light device featuring proprietary Intelligent Control (IC) and Skin Positioning System™ (SPS™) technology.”

The professionals-only device is multi-modal with handpieces designed to target pigmented regions, acne (active and inactive), remove hair, and stimulate collagen production on the face and body.

BBL Heroic

The lavish affair was hosted at Nineteen The Star at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, QLD. VIP guests enjoyed drinks and canapes, set against the venue’s rooftop pool. A DJ was accompanied by a saxophone performed by Mr. Sax Jeff Reid. Contorting LED dancers from Phoenix Entertainment made for multiple social media snaps throughout the night.

Guests sipped glasses of champagne, as well as specially crafted lychee spritzes tinted BTL blue. Nineteen’s award-winning head chef, Michael Crosbie produced mixed canapes of roasted oysters, beef tartare with horseradish, shallot and crisp potato, and smoked brisket sliders.

Australian technology distributor, BTL Aesthetics celebrates its fifth year of operation in 2024. The company has launched popular aesthetic devices into the Australian market, such as EMFACE, EMSCULPT and EXION.

To learn more on BBL Heroic, contact BTL Aesthetics Sales Director, Gareth Pepper on 0435 769 639.

Check out more photographs from BTL Aesthetics’ night of nights below:

[left to right] Professional Beauty’s Hannah Gay and Julie Davidson

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