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Natural Facelift: Buccal Facial Massage

Natural Sculpting Facelift delivers a more defined jawline

  • 1 hour
  • 120 US dollars
  • Zen & Go Acupuncture and Healing Center

Service Description

Lymphatic massages and even just deep pressure along the inner skin can temporarily decrease puffiness and enhance the natural curvatures and bone structure of the face,” Nazarian says. “The practice of a massage in that region can improve blood circulation and can also stimulate repair pathways in the skin and promote younger-looking tissue.” buccal massage BEAUTY The Hollywood-Approved Massage That Delivers a More Defined Jawline in 30 Minutes Say hello to buccal massage, the “inside-out facial.” Blake Newby FEBRUARY 19, 2021 It was episode three of Netflix’s Bling Empire when Anna Shay hosted a spa day at her Sunset Boulevard mansion for a few of her closest friends. When they arrived, Shay was perched upon a massage table, the hands of an aesthetician inside her mouth, her cheeks and lips being stretched in various directions. What Shay was enjoying was a buccal massage—reportedly Meghan Markle’s favorite type of facial—and a contouring method proving particularly beneficial, especially during stressful times like these. To find out more about the “the inside-out face massage,” we tapped facial massage expert and author Joomee Song, and board-certified dermatologist Dr. Rachel Nazarian, to break down everything about the unconventional mouth massage—from how it should be done to its benefits internally, and when you know it’s time for you to try one out for yourself. How It Works “More and more people are realizing that having stiff muscles in your face can cause unhealthy blood flow and poor lymphatic circulation,” says Song. “This means our tissues do not receive enough nutrients and oxygen, thus resulting in inadequate detoxification in our system.” The result of that is often a dull complexion, puffiness, and drooping of the cheeks due to the weight of water retention. That’s where a buccal massage comes in. “The buccal massage is one of the facial massage techniques that specifically targets the drooping of the jowls (the lower region of the chin), a universally known problem area,” Song says. She explains that while many try to tighten the area through topical means, like face creams and oils, it’s often ineffective. “It gets to the point that there are only a couple of methods that will actually meet your expectations,” she says. “One is through a medical procedure [like facial fillers], and the other option is through a buccal massage. Which one would you rather try first?” A buccal massage looks a lot like a traditional lymphatic mass

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  • 189 Elm Street, Westfield, NJ, USA

    +1 (877) 969-3646

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