You can book a face massage on its own as 60 minute massage, or have a shorter version incorporated into a full body massage. A shorter face massage may not help smooth fine lines, but can be relaxing and helps boost circulation and ease tight muscles.
What to expect afterwards: Your skin should feel smoother and have fewer lines (depending on your age - the older the better for this massage). The effects are temporary, but have been known to last up to two weeks.
How often to have a face massage: If you grind your teeth and have pain in the muscles that attach the jaw to the skull, incorporating a face massage into a full body massage (deep tissue, holistic or even sports), can help ease the tight muscles in your neck and face.
If you want a quick boost for your skin tone and circulation, one or two 60 minute face massages over a 2 to 3 week period can help your skin look smoother and healthier.
For a longer lasting effect, a course of treatment is recommended of 60 minute face massage every 2 to 3 weeks. You can buy a course of five massages and you'll get a sixth massage of the same length free.