Developed in South Korea, BB Glow has rapidly grown in popularity over the past few years. But like most skincare treatments, people are always concerned about the side effects. Let’s discuss the side effects of BB Glow and what you should know to ensure you get the best results possible.
Does BB Glow have Side Effects?
There’s no such thing as a guaranteed no-side-effect skincare treatment. Every person is different and there is always a chance there will be a side effect. The good news is that BB Glow has very minor side effects, such as pain, redness, pinpoint bleeding, infection, or temporary hyperpigmentation.
How Can You Prevent BB Glow Side Effects?
Yes! It’s crucial that you work with a trained technician that has experience. An educated technician will minimize the risk of side effects and may recognize any reactions as they occur and will stop treatment. The consultation is also an important step. During a consultation, your technician is also evaluating if you are a good candidate for this procedure. If your technician declines to perform the treatment, do not look for another person to perform BB Glow elsewhere.
Who Should Not Get BB Glow?
BB Glow does have contradictions and is not recommended for those with the following conditions:
- Pregnant or using
- Skin disease
- Skin cancer
- Have melanoma or other skin lesions
- Active infections or open wounds
- Taking accurate or similar medications within the past 6 months
- Taking blood thinners
- History of cold sores or fever blisters
- History of reactions to skin treatments
- Keloid or raised scars
BB Glow is designed to help you achieve beautiful, glowing skin. Be sure to work with a qualified technician and be sure to follow the guidance of that technician. That’s the best way to guarantee you get beautiful results!