The Sculptural Facelifting method is a revolutionary approach to beauty in the field of aesthetics that utilizes deep muscle manipulation and sculpting techniques to promote natural recovery and rejuvenation in the face, neck, and décolleté area. This method is praised by many, including celebrities, actors, beauty bloggers, politicians and thousands of women around the world who prefer holistic alternatives to invasive face lifting procedures. The technique focuses on improving blood circulation, lymphatic drainage, and activating metabolism and tissue nourishment. The muscles become more relaxed, and negative emotions and energy are released. The skin of the face becomes firmer, smoother, and the tone and elasticity of the face are also restored. This method offers many benefits that go beyond just the skin.
The face massage includes 2 techniques, called Sculptural and Buccal (intra-oral). The sculptural technique is done by kneading the whole face, decollete, and neck area to target double chin, saggy jawline, puffy eyes, droopy eyelids, saggy cheeks, deep nasolabial folds, crow's feet, and loss of tone and elasticity of the skin. The Buccal (intra-oral) technique works on the inner facial portion to de-stress the muscle tissue, remove tension, congestion, fluid retention, tightness of the jaw area, and sculpt the whole face and cheeks. It improves facial contour and restores muscle tone. By releasing the facial muscles tension, energy blocks, tiredness, and emotional tension are also being released. This procedure is done with sterile gloves inside the oral cavity.
A series of at least 6 treatments, once every week, is recommended for long-lasting results, and once a month for maintenance. However, you will see visible results even after the first treatment. But it's contraindicated for people with certain medical conditions, including epilepsy, autoimmune diseases, active acne grade 3-4, chemotherapy, herpes, high blood pressure, and pregnancy- ask your doctor's permission before starting. Injectables like face fillers and threads- 8 to 12 weeks after, Botox- 2 weeks after, and Rhinoplasty - 6 months after.
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