Reverse the passage of time
The reality is that with the passage of time, the simple “day to day” skincare rituals many perform at home aren’t enough to activate the changes we really need to promote anti aging within the dermis. The problem is located a bit deeper, namely in the muscles, it is their “toning” that effectively aids the facial procedure’s effectiveness.
Sculpting the face
The Sculptural Facial Massage technique does exactly what it says. The therapist becomes a skillful sculptor who moulds the client’s face, correcting problematic areas and creating ideal, youth-like lines. The method’s key to success lies in its simultaneous focus on two different phases: sculptural & deep tissue. During the sculptural phase, the therapist literally sculpts the face anew, getting rid of all excess: double chin, puffy sagging cheeks, misplaced eyelids, lowered mouth corners, wrinkles between the eyebrows, etc. this method is also combined with lymphatic drainage massage techniques. The deep tissue phase is carried out through the oral cavity using especially thin sterile gloves. This technique can be performed on clients with facial surgeries, such as facelifts, as well as clients with existing injectables, such as facial fillers and Botox applications, and those looking to achieve results without cosmetic enhancements.
The non-surgical facelift
The muscles are toned in short sessions through different methods, and the client feels as if their face is filled from the inside. Combining these techniques leads to an effective non-surgical facelift, and more importantly, is in itself a natural process, opposing plastic surgeries’ tendency to form a new face and ignore natural rejuvenation mechanisms. You can enjoy and benefit with just one treatment, however there is a cumulative effect, and you would experience more dramatic benefits from a course of treatments.