Benefits of Face Lift Massage
The invigorating lifting and plumping techniques help reduce little lines & wrinkles, stimulate circulation and delay the signs of ageing, leaving your skin look smoother, younger and fresher.
The gentle pressure also aids relieve tension from head and jaws, and people suffering from headaches or migraines would benefit greatly (especially if booked together with a back and neck massage)!
Some beneficial effects of this treatment :
helps reduce fine lines/ wrinkles / nasolabial folds/ crows feet
makes skin look younger, fresher and plump
relieves headaches/ migraines
helps reduce teeth clenching
reduces facial tension/ frowning
aids reduce sinus pain/ congestion
improve facia blood and lymph flow
improve assimilation of nutrients
aid removal of toxins
alleviates mental and emotional stress
Face Lift Massage - What to expect?
A wonderfully relaxing and rejuvenating treatment offering natural techniques to stimulate and tone the facial muscles and skin. We will start the treatment with a gentle face and neck cleanse, using wonderfully scented lavender or rose water. Thereafter you will enjoy some gentle effleurage of décolleté, neck and face followed by the firmer but very relaxing face lift massage, systematically kneading away any tension, tightness and lines from the upper neck and face. Usually a natural light carrier oil is used induced with a few drops of finest lavender or rose essential oil, or alternatively a wonderfully nourishing and divinely smelling natural sheer butter. We will finish with a brief but very soothing head rub. (Please note that this massage is not about the use of skin enhancing cosmetics, but rather a variety of massage techniques that work wonders, particularly if done regularly).
Optionally this can be booked on its own or as add-on to a back & neck or full-body massage.
FACE LIFT MASSAGE
Brighton & Hove
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