Signature Lifting Face Massage

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Facial massage is a technique designed to alter or sustain the physical appearance of the face. This treatment removes puffiness, smoothes out wrinkles, tightens the face, shapes cheekbones, removes asymmetries, and improves complexion. If you’re looking for a way to unwind and relax, a facial massage may be the solution you’ve been searching for. It has a calming effect on the central nervous system and also acts as a natural antidepressant, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Lymphatic drainage facial massage improves the functioning of the lymphatic system. It removes lymph stagnation, which leads to swelling of the face, resulting in the formation of a double chin and making the face look heavier. This massage technique can help reduce swelling, improve facial contours, and enhance the appearance of the face.

Lymph can be described as a liquid flowing through our bodies, delivering valuable nutrients to our cells and filtering out harmful toxins. Our lymphatic system must be functioning correctly to prevent toxic build-up and inflammation. To support the health of our lymphatic system, we can make simple lifestyle choices like staying hydrated, drinking warm water, walking, exercising, and taking contrast showers.

  • Swelling, drooping, and puffiness of the cheeks.
  • Double chin.
  • Infectious diseases
  • Inflammation
  • Skin diseases
  • Pregnancy in the 1st trimester
  • Lymph node inflammation (If you feel pain when you press on the lymph nodes).

Buccal facial massage is a massaging technique performed inside and outside of the mouth at the same time. Buccal massage is an exceptionally efficient technique. The reason for this is that, through this massage, it is possible to work on the facial muscles with thoroughness and comprehensiveness and eliminate the hypertonicity while simultaneously stimulating the muscles.

This massage is recommended for individuals who have a deformation type of aging.

  • Remove the nasolabial fold
  • Reduce bulldog cheeks
  • Correct double chin
  • Reduce drooping and puffiness of the cheeks
  • Lower the corners of the lips
  • Relax the chewing muscle, spasms
  • Split filler
  • Wounds, inflammations, herpes on the face and mouth
  • Colds, fever
  • Thyroid diseases
  • Stomatitis, wounds in the mouth

*braces are not a contraindication

Sculptural facial massage is a technique of deep muscle work that corrects the oval of the face and removes deep wrinkles. The peculiarity of massage movements is the deep pronation of each muscle of the face.

  • Mimic wrinkles in the forehead area
  • Crow’s feet around the eyes
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Loss of facial contours
  • Maintaining a clean and sterile appearance is crucial for the therapist to establish trust and promote relaxation in their clients.
  • Hands should always look neat. It is imperative to have clean nails and odorless hands and to refrain from smoking or eating food with an unpleasant smell before giving a massage.
  • All therapists trim their nails short every 2-3 days and avoid any sharp edges.
  • All therapists keep their hair in a pinned-up style.
  • During a massage session, it is necessary that therapists refrain from wearing any type of hand jewelry, including rings and bracelets.
  • Before the client arrives, we prepare in advance- turn on relaxing music and meditation without advertising.
  • Prepare a face mask (for the therapist, so as not to breathe over the client).
  • Prepare a clean towel and a soft blanket to cover our guests.
  • Prepare cosmetics (face cleansers, massage oil or cream, SPF face mask after massage), napkins, and gloves.
  • Light candles
  • Dim the light

It is recommended to perform a massage that targets the lymphatic system in the body before a facial massage to achieve optimal lymphatic drainage. The reason for this is that all parts of the body are interconnected and interdependent.

Signature face massage can be done 2-3 times a week, with a course of 3-10 sessions.

It can be combined with facials, meso fat burner, and microcurrents.

  • Drinking warm water in small sips.
  • May help to enhance lymph flow in case of swelling.
  • Moving at a moderate pace on foot, jogging at a leisurely speed.
  • We recommend performing a lymphatic drainage body massage before a facial massage since all body parts are interconnected.
  • We recommend undergoing a series of 5 to 10 facial massages, which may vary based on the severity of wrinkles and puffiness. Afterward, it is advisable to schedule a maintenance massage every 10 to 14 days. The massage procedure is thorough, so we recommend limiting the course to twice a year.