BroadBand Light (BBL), which utilizes visible and infrared light (400–1400 nm) delivered for phototherapy, is a nonablative treatment designed to rejuvenate the skin on the face, chest, neck, forearms, legs, and hands. The objective of this retrospective study was to evaluate if participants who underwent regular treatment with BBL over a period of 5 to 11 years looked noticeably younger than their actual age. Fifteen participants aged 38 to 69 years (median, 46.0 years; interquartile range, 19.7 years) with Fitzpatrick skin types I to IV received at least 1 full-face treatment per year with a BBL device (BBL, Sciton, Inc) during the study period. Blinded evaluators (N=491) analyzed clinical photographs taken before the first treatment and after the last treatment to estimate pretreatment and posttreatment ages of participants over 5 to 11 years. Before treatment, the median estimated age of participants was slightly lower than the median actual age, but the difference was not significant. The median estimated age at the end of the study period, which varied from 5 to 11 years depending on the participant, was significantly lower than the corresponding median actual age (P=.0084). Although treated skin actually aged a median of 9 years, participants appeared to have aged a median of -2 years. Results from our study indicate that patients who maintain a regular annual or biannual regimen of BBL treatments over 5 to 11 years can reduce and delay the long-term signs of skin aging such as photodamage, telangiectases, fine lines and wrinkles, and skin laxity in a natural-looking way.