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BB Glow Treatment

BB Glow is an intensive semi-permanent skin treatment. The facial involves micro needling a pigmented vitamin serum into your skin, leaving you with flawless foundation-like skin. Each treatment will increase the density of the pigment in your skin, therefore creating more coverage. The result is a brightening and balancing skin tone, and overall a radiant complexion. This fantastic treatment is very safe and does not go deep into the skin, therefore does not clog pores. The BB serums are free of parabens, fragrances, and alcohol. 

Are you good candidates for the BB Glow facial treatment? Good candidates include dull and uneven skin texture, freckles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, age spots, sun spots, early aging and lax skin, and much more! If you are looking to help unblock and minimize pores, hydrate the skin, have instant results, reduce and improve scarring, and reduce inflammation the BB Glow facial is the treatment for you!

Contraindications include pregnant and/or nursing, skin cancer, skin disease, active infections or open wounds, Accutane, allergies to any ingredients being used, injectable fillers within 2 weeks of receiving the treatment, and clients on blood thinners. Before treatment, you will be asked to discontinue any use of Retin A, Retinol, and Vitamin A for 3-5 days as these products can irritate the deeper layers of your skin. 

BB Glow Treatment Potential side effects are infrequent; however, if they do occur, they are minor. Some rare side effects include pain, redness, pinpoint bleeding, temporary hyperpigmentation, as well as infections. After treatment, some clients may experience irritation, as well as redness and tightness.

To maximize results, 3-4 sessions are recommended once every 2-4 weeks. Visible improvements will be apparent after the first session.  After the recommended sessions are completed, results can last up to 4 months and with proper maintenance even longer. There is little to no downtime after treatment is completed. However, clients should avoid hot baths, saunas, and any strenuous exercise. Sun exposure should be avoided for the first couple of days, using any harsh soap or scrub, and makeup within 24 hours. It is also required to wear SPF daily.