BB Glow Facial

Imagine being told that there was a way to get a naturally glowing and perfectly even complexion without actually having to put on makeup and foundation every morning? With this new BB Glow Facial, you can achieve exactly that and everyone will want to know your secret!  

What Is A BB Glow Facial?

A BB Glow facial is a facial treatment that gives the skin a semi-permanent makeup look. This treatment is growing in popularity and is the latest trend in makeup and skincare. The facial applies a semi-permanent makeup foundation, giving your face a permanent glow. In addition, it is also packed with benefits for your skin.

A BB Glow facial will make you feel like your skin is covered with BB Cream and foundation while never applying anything. This facial treatment involves micro needling a pigmented vitamin serum into your skin. The BB cream treatment contains ingredients that gives you a healthier and clearer complexion. They include vitamins, antioxidants, and anti-aging properties. Furthermore, they are free of parabens, fragrances, and alcohol.

BENEFITS:

• Instant Glowing & Radiant skin complexion
• Hydrated skin
• Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
• Reduction of dark circles under your eyes
• Reduction of blackheads and pores
• Infusion of antioxidants, vitamins,  & anti-aging ingredients
• Evens out blemishes and discolorations
• Reduces melanin content in the skin before and after UV exposure
• Covers up redness (rosacea) and broken capillaries

Who Is This Facial For?

Good candidates include dull and uneven skin texture, freckles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, age spots, sun spots, early aging and lax skin! A BB Glow is great to help unblock and minimize pores, hydrate the skin and have instant results.

Contraindications include pregnant and nursing, skin cancer, skin disease, active infections or open wounds. Similarly, Accutane, allergies to any ingredients being used, injectable fillers within 2 weeks of receiving the treatment, and clients on blood thinners.

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