If you don't, here is a report from your "Rome-biter", if you do, a few shots to enjoy!
The ancient vibes of the place can be spotted by the plaque at the entrance of the church, that tells the story of the place, that once was a cemetery and later on a monastry, and the relic of the column where Bibiana was tortured, preserved into the church.
Also the interior was redesigned, using the original columns from the previous church; it's a simple, refined architecture that reminds that of residential buildings of the Reinassance rather than a church, expecially in the facade.
Bernini closed the windows once placed on the upper sides of the main nave, now decorated by the frescoes of Pietro da Cortona (on the left) and Agostino Ciampelli (on the right), both portraing scenes of the life of the Saint.
The lateral chapels are dedicated to Saints Dafrosa and Demetria, mother and sister of Bibiana respectively, featuring paintings of the same artists as above.