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Micro-current Non-Surgical “Face Lift”

This unique method of electro-muscle stimulation, used safely by European clinicians for many years, has become a favorite treatment of celebrities worldwide. This therapy is similar to our Ultimate Facial Resculpturing™ but does not include manual massage. It tightens loose skin and strengthens atrophic muscles, and after a series of treatments the results mimic a non-surgical face lift. Our facial resculpturing may also be used as a preventive treatment to keep the muscles of the face and neck firm and the contours smooth. It also helps reduce fine lines, increases blood circulation, and stimulates collagen production.

Ultimate Facial Resculpturing™

This is a non-invasive procedure that naturally contours and tightens the skin, stimulates new cell production, increases blood circulation, and creates healthy, glowing, vibrant skin. This manual massage combines acupressure, European deep tissue facial massage, and lymphatic drainage techniques. Of all the facial resculpturing techniques currently available, ours is most effective in helping to restore the skin's elasticity and eliminate excess fluid in the underlying tissue. We combine this facial massage with micro-current stimulation and a tightening facial wrap to produce immediate results -- an uplifting and contouring effect on the skin.

Acupressure Contouring Massage
This treatment synergistically incorporates acupressure point massage and lymphatic drainage. It helps release blocked energy and toxic sinus fluids that accumulate from allergies, environmental pollutants, and emotional stress. This treatment is designed to stimulate key nerves and muscle fibers within the deep layers of the skin to boost collagen production. After treatment, the face appears tighter, smoother, and more sculpted. This treatment is also extremely beneficial after plastic surgery because it decreases swelling and bruising and helps reduce the formation of scar tissue.

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