Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does BB Glow Last?

BB Glow is considered a form of semi-permanent make up. With the appropriate number of treatments and correct after care the results will last up to half a year. Like with many other treatments in the beauty industry, BB Glow results are cumulative. Meaning with each treatment package you will notice the results lasting longer and you will require fewer treatments at a time.

Will BB Glow Clog My Pores?


No, BB Glow will not clog pores. This idea originated from a traditional makeup where particles are too large and the ingredients are not designed to benefit the skin per se. BB Glow serums are formulated to be beneficial for the skin, even the tint that provides the color is completely natural and non-comedogenic, meaning free of silicones; therefore it will not clog the pores.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?


Most people will need at least 4-6 treatments to achieve their desired result. 

How Much Does It Cost?


Please refer to PriceList 

How Does BB Glow Trеаtmеnt Feel?

BB Glow procedure would feel very similar to Microneedling if you’d ever got one. To start with upon your arrival you will be asked to fill state required consent forms for the procedure. There is really no discomfort involved so the numbing cream is not required for this treatment.


Is there downtime?


There is virtually no downtime wіth BB Glow trеаtmеnt. Depending on skin sensitivity level mild redness may occur; however it usually subsides quickly. Normal routine can be rеѕumеd right after the appointment. It is typically not advised to wear makeup for the rest of the day and to avoid strenuous exercise that would prone excessive sweating. It is also crucial to stay away from the direct sunlight for the next few days and wear sunblock of minimum SPF30.

Who is the ideal candidate?

  • The client should be in good health at the time of the appointment, with no pre-existing health conditions. If the client displays signs of cold or flu the treatment should be rescheduled. 

  • Client’s skin should not be inflamed in the area we are treating prior to procedure. 

  • Clients with diabetes, healing disorders or lymphatic draining issues should not undergo treatment. 

  • Clients with a sunburn should postpone treatment. 

  • The client must not display herpes simplex (cold sores when working in the lip area). It is recommended they consult with their medical doctor and begin taking the prescription 4 days prior to treatment and 4 days following treatment.

  • If the client has AIDS or any other immune deficiency disease, or taking drugs that damage immune system, it is recommended they consult with their medical doctor

  • If the client wears a pacemaker or defibrillator avoid treatment. 

  • Clients who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not undergo treatment.

It is recommended to avoid treatment it:​

  • If the client has metal or other implantations in treatment areas. 

  • If the clients has or ever had or is experiencing skin cancer or any other types of cancer. Patient having nevus that has the possibility of cancerisation.

  • If the client has severe complications, such as cardiac arrhythmia. 

  • If the client has a disease that may stimulated by this device’s laser light.

  • Any following symptoms exist in the treatment area: sore, psoriasis, eczema, rash.

  • Clients having hemorrhage and coagulation history or using anticoagulation.

  • Having taken Isotretinoin in 6 months or any drugs or herbs, such as tetracycline and hyperforin in 2 weeks, which may induce photosensitivity.

  • Clients have taken facial laser treatment and deeper layer chemical peeling treatment in three months is not allowed to taken facial treatment again.

  • Clients have taken surgery in treatment area or still in recovering in 3 months.