The Benefits
Smoothes fine lines for about 7 to 10 days, depending on the individual
  • Relaxes tight face and neck muscles
  • Helps relieve muscle pain for people who grind their teeth during sleep
  • Improves skin tone
  • Helps skin regain elasticity
  • Boosts circulation in the skin
  • With day to day stress, the muscles of your face and neck can become tense. This massage helps reduce facial tension so that your face looks more relaxed and youthful. Face massage can help encourage the realignment of your existing reserves of collagen and elastin by toning the fibre bundles. These gradually assume the smoother characteristics associated with young, supple skin.

    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.

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