FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. What is 2B Bio Peeling?

    A. 2B Bio Peeling is a product used in manual micro-dermabrasion (no device needed). This abrasion method of the face epidermis aims to eliminate the dead cells (corneocytes) of its stratum corneum. Unlike other peeling treatments that only work on the surface, 2B Bio Peeling triggers the exfoliation process from within.

    How does 2B Bio peeling works?

    Q. What kind of result can I expect from this?

    A. Your skin is purified in depth, the cellular metabolism is reactivated, the wrinkles and fine lines are bolstered from within. Dilated pores are tightened and pigmentation reduced. A brilliant result which illuminates you immediately.

    Q. How often do I have to have this treatment?

    A. The results are already visible as from the first session. However and for best results, a two months treatment, with one session every 2 weeks, is recommended. Two sessions a year are then advised as treatment follow up.

    Q. What is the downside?

    A. A prickling feeling will appear during and after the treatment for 1 to 2 days. However you can take a shower and make-up on the treatment day.

    Q. Which recommendations do I have to follow after after the treatment?

    A. Use regularly a protecting cream (2B Bio Defense BB Cream or Natural). Avoid sun exposures and sauna baths during the first days after the treatment.

    Q. My skin is very sensitive. Is it safe?

    A. Micro-dermabrasion can be used on all skin types and tones.

    Q. Can I have the treatment during pregnancy?

    A. No

    Q. Can I have the treatment during breast-feeding?

    A. Performing the treatment during nursing is strictly forbidden. A 5 months waiting period after breast-feeding is recommended before beginning the treatment.

    Q. Which products may I use after the treatment?

    A. The range of 2B Bio Beauty care products has especially been created to extend the effects of the treatment and to calm down the potential reactions (prickling and red blotches).

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