Do you want smooth and glowing skin? Then you need to check out BB Glow!
Imagine waking up with clear skin every morning. No uneven skin tones, no patches and no blemishes. All you need to do is put on that blush with you favourite gloss and you’re ready for the day.
BB Glow can make your dreams a reality!
What’s BB Glow?
It’s a treatment where BB cream is tattooed onto your face through microneedling. The tiny pricks through the needles allow the pigment to penetrate the skin. Giving immediate results. Thus, you are saved from spending your hard earned money and wasting your precious time.
Who would have even thought that this could be a possible solution to uneven skin tone?!
Is It Permanent?
The BB cream used in BB Glow is similar to the one we use on a daily basis. Moreover, it is semi-permanent. This treatment evens out the skin imperfections like fine lines, wrinkles, hyper pigmentation, age spots, post-acne pigmentation, and large pores etc.
The end result is a better version of your own skin and color.
BB Glow treatment is done without any extra effort. Tiny needles rolling on the sensitive skin of your face sounds really painful, but this process is virtually painless.
The whole process takes about 2 hours and lasts for approximately 4 months.
The skin is numbed for 20 minutes. The BB cream is applied and then closed in the skin through a hyaluronic mask. It’s advised not to wash the face for 24 hours after treatment.
Some Things You Should Keep In Mind
The BB Glow treatment apparently has no side affects other than slight redness that might occur in some cases. However, as with any tattoo or skin treatment, there are chances of skin irritation, infection, allergies, inflammation etc.
When any new treatment hits the market, there is initial skepticism. So If you have an uneven skin tone and the BB Glow treatment sounds like a solution you’re interested in exploring, go for it, but with caution. We would advise you to do thorough research before opting for this treatment.
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