Oriental Face Massage - Facial rejuvenation without cosmetic surgery!
Oriental Face Massage
This deeply relaxing treatment combines massage and acupressure techniques from Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Tibetan Face Massage to work on facial muscles. Facial expressions used frequently encourage wrinkles to form and the skin to sag, and the face loses its muscle tone and elasticity.
Oriental Face Massage will keep you looking younger for longer by improving your circulation and removing toxins which reduces wrinkles and minimizes the effects of ageing. This deeply relaxing therapy will help your stress and tension disappear!
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What to expect during a treatment
It is not necessary to undress completely for this treatment, you will only need to remove your top clothes and slip bra straps down.
The healing skin products used are high quality, and organic where possible. The treatment begins with a soothing facial cleanse. The massage includes the neck, face and scalp followed by work on acupressure points, plumping and toning techniques. Cold Rose Quartz and Jade Rollers are combined with hot towels. The contrast of hot and cold improves circulation and helps remove toxins.
After a treatment
You can expect to feel very relaxed and calm after a treatment. It is perfectly safe for you to drive home. Occasionally, you may experience a healing response. Symptoms may include: slight headache, runny nose, tiredness, needing to go to the toilet more often. This is a good sign and should last for no more than 24hrs. If this is the case continue to drink plenty of water, eat healthily and take gentle exercise if possible. If you have any concerns do not hesitate to contact me.
|Oriental Face Massage|
|Single Treatment||60 mins||£37|
|Six Week Course||6 x 60 mins||£185 (6th Treatment Free)|
Treatments are relaxing and non-threatening. On your first visit a full medical history will be taken and you will be asked to sign a form consenting to the treatment. All records are kept confidentially.
These therapies are used to complement standard medical care and should not be construed as medical advice or seen as a replacement for medical help.