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BB Glow is a no-go: Here is why this beauty treatment can be risky

SINGAPORE – For years, women have relied on an arsenal of face creams and aesthetic treatments to achieve radiant Cate Blanchett-like complexion.

One treatment which surfaced in recent years and has gained traction is the BB Glow. It originates from South Korea and involves injecting light-reflecting pigments in the form of “ampoules” beneath the skin for a subtle contouring and glow.

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