Where is BeautyBio made?

All of our ingredient and cosmetic products are made in the US with one exception of our Bright Eyes Gels. The Colloidal Silver within Bright Eyes Gels is naturally harvested in a specific region of China.

Who makes BeautyBio?

Jamie O’Banion – CEO + Founder – BeautyBio | LinkedIn.

How do you use BeautyBio?

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Where is BeautyBio made? – Related Questions

Can you use GloPRO every day?

GloPRO® is recommended for use 2-3 times per week but may be used nightly as tolerated.

How long does it take for GloPRO to work?

GLO is clinically proven to whiten teeth an average of five shades over the course of one treatment (one treatment = five to seven days).

How do you use Beautybio microneedling?

  1. Cleanse face and pat dry.
  2. Swipe GloPRO® Skin Prep Pads over face to clarify and condition the areas you intend to use GloPRO®.
  3. Roll GloPRO® Microneedling Regeneration Tool across targeted areas of the face in vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions for 60 seconds total, no pressure needed.

How do you use a Beautybio eye roller?

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How do you use Beautybio scalp?

Apply 2-3 drops directly to scalp on each target area massaging gently. Repeat until all desired areas have been treated. Warning: Do not roll GloPRO® SCALP Tool through loose hair. Do not use the SCALP Tool on the face, lips, eyelid, eye area or body.

Do you apply product before or after microneedling?

You’ll need to have some patience as the redness subsides, but in the meantime, you can apply gentle, unscented products with natural ingredients to get some relief. Ideally, you should wait at least 48 hours after microneedling before you wear makeup. This gives the skin time to heal.

Do and don’ts after microneedling?

Post-Treatment Instructions
  • Do not take any anti-inflammatory medications for one week after the procedure.
  • Do not use ice on your face, and avoid using arnica/bromelain.
  • Avoid sun tanning and prolonged exposure to direct sunlight for at least 2 weeks.
  • Use a painkiller, such as Tylenol, if you experience any soreness.

What’s the best serum to use after microneedling?

Hyaluronic acid serums are the best and most commonly used type for microneedling because of their hydrating properties. Other great alternatives include peptides, ceramides, and EGF. Just make sure to avoid retinoids, Vitamin C, and other serums that contain acids (AHA, BHA, and lactic acid).

What should you not do with microneedling?

What You Should Avoid Before Microneedling
  • NSAIDs. You should avoid NSAIDs in the week leading up to your treatment session.
  • Accutane and Other Drugs and Supplements.
  • Certain Hair Removal Methods.
  • Heat-Based Cosmetic Treatments and Others.
  • UV Damage.
  • Cold Sores.
  • Makeup and Other Cosmestics.
  • NSAIDs.

Is microneedling better than Botox?

As stand-alone treatments, these are both fantastic in their own ways. Botox will provide good visual results on the skin, as the area will look and feel smoother – although for firmer, plumper, healthy-looking skin, microneedling wins, hands-down.

Is microneedling better than fillers?

When the dermal filler wears off, your skin reverts to its original appearance or drops some of its former elasticity. On the other hand, micro-needling works with a patient’s natural growth factors to strengthen & add volume to the skin so that it can keep improving over time.

Is microneedling good for older skin?

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Microneedling is an effective treatment for reversing effects of aging and reducing wrinkles. In fact, microneedling is also used in other anti-aging procedures, including eyelid surgery and treatment of sun spots.

Is 60 too old for microneedling?

That is the question we all want an answer to. The short answer is yes – it works on older skin, it works on younger skin and it works on any skin type.

Why do my wrinkles look worse after microneedling?

In the short term, lines can appear worse for the first few days after a treatment due to transepidermal water loss (TEWL). You can reassure your clients that any wrinkle that develops quickly is not due to loss of structural integrity and it is temporary.

Who should not use microneedling?

Microneedling can cause bleeding so it may not be suitable for people with clotting or bleeding disorders, or who take medicine to thin their blood. You may want to avoid microneedling if you have conditions that affect your skin, such as eczema or diabetes, or if you have a weakened immune system.

Can microneedling damage your face?

However, like any procedure, microneedling can cause possible complications, including bleeding, bruising, infection, scarring, and pigment problems.

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