The BB Glow is the latest and fastest-growing treatment in Europe and Asia. Now, it’s making an appearance in the United States. This treatment is semi-permanent foundation procedure, that allows you to achieve glowing radiant, seemingly pore-less skin after 2-3 sessions lasting up to 6 months, It's a treatment where a skin needle (dermapen) with pigments are implanted into your skin promising to give your face a dewy glow similar to applying BB cream.
Dark undereye circle camouflage also known as permanent concealer is an ideal method to hide the dark coloration of the eye contour area exactly in the dark circles, which emphasizes tiredness, older age, etc. Through the micropigmentation technique your artist simulates the natural color of the skin using a device with needles we deposit the color (pigment) in the superficial layer of the skin (the dermis). In this way you can hide or camouflage dark tones of dark circles in a fast and safe way
There are two main reasons that make BB Glow so attractive:
Deep Cleanse: A custom cleanser will be chosen based on your skin type to help remove surface debris and oil
Exfoliation: Exfoliating gel is applied to gently clean the pores and remove dead skin cells to assist in the absorption of the BB Glow serum
Neutralization: Toner is used to re-establish the skin’s optimal pH, reducing redness and hydrating the skin
Booster Serum: The custom booster serum is hand-tailored to your skin needs and applied using micro-needling to boost the effects of the BB Glow facial
BB Glow Serum: BB Glow serum is chosen according to your desired shade and will be infused using micro-needling technology
Bio-Silk Mask: A hydrating mask is applied over the BB Glow serum to ensure that it doesn’t dry out while providing hydrating and soothing benefits to your skin.
Discontinue the use of Retinol, Retin A, or Vitamin A for 5 days before the treatment.
If you take acne or blood-thinning medication, consult your doctor and see if it’s possible to discontinue use for some time before the treatment.
Do a patch test.
Blood- and skin-thinning substances can cause bleeding or skin hypersensitivity. A patch test should be done whenever you’re getting any treatment for the first
Permanent concealer is done by opening up the skin under the eyes with an electric needling device and depositing color into it. The device features either a single needle or a multi-needle tip, which vibrates and creates tiny dot-like incisions on the skin. It only penetrates the skin down to the barrier between the first and second layer, so the color is deposited very shallow into the skin.
The color creates a layer between the surface of the skin and the blood vessels located in the 2nd and 3rd layers of the skin (which is what creates the darkness). The vessels are thus made less visible and the skin is less see-through. If the upper lid is also dark we will then treat the upper lid as well.
The procedure is a very advanced form of permanent cosmetic. It is a permanent solution to give your cheeks a healthy and youthful glow. Your permanent cosmetic pigment gently inserted in to your cheek area
Great Solution for those who don't have the time or prefer not to apply makeup daily. Blush is intended to give you color when your not wearing makeup, therefore it is perfect natural ladies who don't like to wear foundation all the time. It is also effective for those who experience allergies or clogged pores with the use of over the counter makeup. It is a wonderful touch to enhance natural, sexy and youthful look.
We may begin by working with you to determine the best color and placement of blush to enhance your natural beauty. We may even ask to bring the blush you use on a daily basis prior to your appointment. Once you are satisfied with the perfect color, shape and definition we then proceed with permanent makeup procedure by mapping and drawing your cheeks. The service can last anywhere from 1 hour to 1 hour and 30 min, and the area is numbed before application. You will feel a PMU device circling your cheeks where the needles are applying the pigment in circular motion gently in to the skin. The skin is slightly broken during the first pass of the needles, but you won't experience bleeding or discomfort. A second pass of pigment is applied to complete the process following up with a hydrating face mask.
It consists of an ideal method to hide the dark coloration of the area exactly in the armpits. The technique of micropigmentation simulates the natural color of the skin, through a device with needles and color (pigment) is deposited in the superficial layer of the skin (The Dermis). This way you can hide or camouflage dark underarm tones safely and quickly.
It’s a non-surgical cosmetic technique of tattooing using micro pigments into the skin, replicating the natural look of skin features. Unlike traditional tattoos where the artwork is the central focus, paramedical skin micro pigmentation focuses on camouflaging and concealing defects.
Dark armpits is hyperpigmentation of the skin, it is a condition that occurs in the armpits and makes this area take on a dark color.
Here are some ways dark armpits develop:
-Skin types, colored skin tone and dark skin people tend to have greater axillary darkness.
-Hormones: Female hormones predispose (pregnancy, use of birth control pills)
-Obesity and Diabetes.
-Excessive sweating and use of deodorants that irritate to produce contact allergies. Irritation from infections or folliculitis or use of wax or razor blade
Radiant and even Skin
Feeling comfortable in your own skin
Dark Armpit Camouflage is done by opening up the skin with an electric needling device and depositing color into it. The device features either a single needle or a multi-needle tip, which vibrates and creates tiny dot-like incisions on the skin. It only penetrates the skin down to the barrier between the first and second layer, so the color is deposited very shallow into the skin.
What are Dark inner Thighs?
Dark skin on the inner thighs can be experienced by anyone, regardless of skin tone. It occurs when the skin on the inner thigh produces an abundance of melanin, a pigment that gives skin its color. This is called hyperpigmentation. The discoloration of dark inner thighs may even stretch into the bikini or groin area.
Here’s some of the ways they can develop:
There are a number of reasons why a person may experience a darkening of the skin on the inner thighs. Some of these reasons may include:
-chafing, which can occur during exercise or walking, and may cause the skin to become thin, itchy, and discolored
-hormonal imbalance, particularly among women during lactation, pregnancy, or menstruation, or among those with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
-certain medications, like hormonal oral contraceptives or certain chemotherapy
-friction from tight clothing
-skin pigmentation disorder
No medication needed, non invasive surgery. The results are instant and you can see the immediate difference it makes in just one session. Colors and pigments are adjusted and layered each session and the average treatment consists of two to three sessions. There are little to no side-effects associated with dark inner thigh camouflage and general skin reactions and symptoms associated with traditional tattoos and permanent make-up and cosmetics are minor.
Inner Thigh Camouflage is essentially a simple procedure, although it’s usually done in more than 1 session. Here’s what it’s like:
Step 1 – Cleaning
Since the skin will be broken, the area needs to be thoroughly cleaned from any lotion or moisturizer to prevent infection. The tech will use a gentle cleanser that won’t irritate the skin.
Step 2 – Ink/Pigment Mixing
The color of the pigment or ink that will be implemented is custom mixed for every client to get the most suitable shade for their skin tone. The mix will be several shades lighter than your complexion to achieve a brightening effect, and it will have an undertone complementary to your skin.
Step 3 – Color Implementation
The needling. The tech will go over your inner thigh back and forth with the needling device which will inject the color into the skin. They may go over the area more than once, wiping between passes.
Step 4 – Cleaning and Moisturizing
Finally, the area is wiped clean. A protective moisturizer is applied to it.
Step 5 – Additional Session(s)
1 session may be enough for some depending on how well the skin reacts to provide the desired coverage however final results of color consistency can be achieved as a result of a touch up.
Unless a note from your doctor declares you completely unable to receive the procedure.