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Originally from Ancient Eastern Healing Traditions, Facial Cupping is an amazing natural therapy. By its specific suction effect, it pulls blood into the area of skin underneath the cup. This saturates the surrounding tissue with fresh blood and promotes new blood vessel formation.

The vacuum-like suction separates different layers of tissues, resulting in (pathogen-free) micro-trauma and tearing. This triggers an inflammatory response, flooding the area with white blood cells, platelets, and other hearing aids.

It also relaxes and tones our facial muscles (we have more than 40!), and reduces muscular adhesions, by lifting the different tissues.

It stimulates cellular exchanges to restore radiance and tone to the skin, improving blood flow, and increasing Collagen & Elastin production.

While detoxifying the skin & drain out the excess fluid by working on the lymphatic system, which prevents sagging skin.

You may notice minor redness and irritation afterwards. This is normal and should subside within a few hours.

  • increase oxygen-rich blood circulation

  • strengthen skin and connective tissues

  • stimulate cells responsible for collagen production

  • relax muscle tension

  • instantly plumps, lifts and brightens the skin

  • minimize the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles

  • tone chin, jawline, neck, and décolletage

  • decrease puffiness

  • regulate oil production

  • improve nutrient delivery and product absorption

  • promotes cell repair & regeneration

  • drink water or fresh vegetable juice

  • rest

  • have a healthy light meal

  • welcome any emotions

  • pay attention to your body's reaction

  • urinate

  • avoid skin stimulation (sun, wind, cold, heat, rubbing)

  • Botox or fillers 2 weeks prior (BUT it is best to check with your cosmetic doctor first)

  • taking anticoagulants (blood thinners) 

  • blood clots history of thrombosis

  • very thin skin that bruises easily

  • Rash, open wounds, skin lesions, sores, burns 

  • inflamed skin, sunburn

  • history of an allergic reaction

  • cancer or chemotherapy

  • pregnancy

  • rosacea 

  • acne depends on the type of acne

  • fever

  • lupus erythematosus 

  • heart disease

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