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NO BOTOX Bare Skin Movement

You don’t know where to start in your holistic beauty journey? Do you feel a bit overwhelmed by all the options available and are not quite sure what is best for you?

The No Botox is designed specifically for those seeking the ultimate skin workout & rejuvenation to look years younger without altering their natural complexion. As you may already know, dramatic changes are obtained when being consistent so we created this treatment to be used as part of a package. Regular (ideally weekly) sessions are necessary and different treatments will be done to complete each other maximizing results.


This treatment offers a combination of FACE SCULPTÉ's best treatments. Coralie will personally study your face & tailor the appropriate sessions accordingly.  Here is an example of what will be offered - a true SKIN RESET program: (weeks A's (5 sessions) are alternating fortnightly with weeks B's (5 sessions) treatments)



- 'M&M' Microcurrent & Meditation Facial 30min

- LED Therapy 20 min                                                


 - Ultrasonic & French Facial 40 min

- 'M&M' Microcurrent & Meditation Facial 30min               

- LED Therapy 20 min

Followed by home care and skincare prescription. Any Add-ons will be included in the session - if and when needed.


While hydrating yourself with our signature drink, you will tell Coralie your concerns and/or wishes. You will fill up our confidential form and for your own use, photos of your posture, mobility and face are taken to help identify your imbalances, understand how to fix them and track your results. 


You will then lie down in a luxury French linen bed, getting ready to welcome a unique experience into your life.​ All your senses are stimulated for total immersion and deeper introspection: your taste with our herbal tea, your sight with our candle-lit or dimly lit room, your smell with our Botanical products and incenses, your hearing with our guided meditation or music to a vibratory rate and your touch with our treatment. Coralie will also help you to relax and breathe deeply before starting to work.

*Please note that the treatment is made from your upper body to head, scalp included, therefore I recommend you wash your hair after instead of before our appointment. Also, come without makeup to allow more treatment time.

**FACE SCULPTÉ Facial massages are safe and do not injure the skin or facial tissues.


Recommended x1/week for 10 weeks. 

Then x1 month for maintenance.

  • 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)

  • Fever Anytime you have a fever, whether from a cold, the flu or some other infection, you should not get a massage. Massage increases circulation which may, in turn, help the infection increase the severity of the fever and the infection.

  • Contagious Diseases/Herpes If you have an infectious disease you are putting your therapist and even your therapist’s other clients at risk of getting it. Please be considerate to your therapist and cancel your massage if you come down with a contagious condition.

  • Blood Clots Massage can loosen blood clots. This could be dangerous because the clot could migrate to the brain, lungs or heart. If you are aware of any blood clots, consult your doctor before the massage to ensure they will not be affected by massage therapy. 

  • Heart disease or the presence of a pacemaker

  • Pregnancy

  • Kidney Conditions or Liver Conditions Massage can increase strain on both the liver and kidney if they are not functioning normally. This occurs because massage increases blood flow, increasing the movement of waste through the body. If you are experiencing a health problem with either your kidney or liver it is likely that massage will not be appropriate for you. Talk to a health care professional to see if massage will aggravate any kidney or liver condition.

  • Cancer Though massage is good at relieving some of the discomfort caused by cancer, it should only be given by someone trained to work with cancer patients. The patient should obtain a release form from his/her doctor to get treatment.

  • Inflammation If you have inflammation of any kind massage to the area will further aggravate the situation.

  • Uncontrolled Hypertension Massage increases blood flow. If you have high blood pressure that is not under control, the increased blood flow that is a result of massage therapy may cause problems.

  • Oral cavity disease in an aggravation stage

  • Epilepsy  or seizures triggered by light

  • Acute neuritis of the facial nerves

  • Increased bleeding of gums or Oral diseases gingivitis, stomatitis, xerostomia etc.)

  • Chromic otorhinolaryngology disease (Otitis media, Sinusitis)

  • Clinical depression, neurosis, psychosis and other mental and neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury, alcoholism, and drug addiction are contraindicated if not medicated.

  • Following a brain injury

  • Thyroid disease

  • Skin diseases (for example Rosacea stage I/II is okay but contraindicated for stage III)

  • Strong allergy reactions

  • Lymphatic pathologies

  • when taking medication, dietary supplements that thin the blood

  • Systemic and autoimmune skin diseases (Lupus, Erythematosus, Scleroderma etc.)

  • Biorevitilization, and mesotherapy: seek your practitioner's clearance (depending on the density of the Hyaluronic acid usually wait for 1-3 weeks)

  • non-absorbable threads (gold, etc)

  • Hyaluronic acid filler injections - wait after complete resorption (12 months)

  • Mesothreads, 3D threads, Aptos threads, polylactic acid and other absorbable threads: wait after complete resorption (seek your injector's clearance, wait between 3-12 months)

  • Botox - seek your injector's clearance (wait 2-3 weeks: the local area will be avoided, wait 3-6 months to receive our complete facial)

  • local surgery - seek your healthcare clearance (for example wait 6 months after a Rhinoplasty, Facelift plastic surgery/ Blepharoplasty, dental implants, jaw cysts surgery or body operation wait for 1 month/Otorhinolaryngology, eye, dental operation, Laser nasal mucotomy, laser eye surgery, restoration of the tympanic membrane wait 3 months etc.)

  • Peelings (medium and deep) wait for 1 month - wait 15 days for superficial

  • Microdermabrasion wait 2 weeks

  • laser removals of moles, papillomas, and age spots wait for 1 month

  • Plasma lifting: wait for 2 weeks

  • Photorejuvenation (IPL) wait for 10 days

  • laser resurfacing wait 2 months

  • thermage: wait 4 weeks

  • porphyria

  • lupus erythematosus

  • photosensitive eczema

  • hypomelanism (albinism)

  • active cancers

  • St John Wart if taken regularly in high doses

  • pregnancy as it has not been tested on pregnant women

  • eye disease and conditions

  • light induces migraines

  • a recent introduction to vitamin A or new skincare

  • Tretinoin

  • wait 7 days after stopping for medication for/such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, rheumatoid arthritis & psoriasis, neuroleptic and anti-psychotic, anti-arrhythmic and heart conditions, retinoids oral/topical, anti-arthritic, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,

  • which are: Tetracycline, Doxycycline, Norfloxacin, Nalidixic acid, Minocycline, Oxytetracycline, Demeclocycline, Sulfonamides, Methotrexate, Halotexate, Chlorpromazine, Trifluoperazine, Amiodarone, Isotretinoin, Roacuttane, Auranofin, Azathioprine, Naproxen, Celecoxib.

  • taking anticoagulant (Warfarin, Heparin or any drug in high dosage)

  • Implanted heart pump or hearing aids

  • metallic inserts in the face

  • insulin-dependent diabetes

  • stroke or heart surgery in the last 6 months

  • Multiple sclerosis

These timeframe contraindications are just indications and do not replace the clearance of your GP, surgeon, practitioner or injector. We are not doctors nor specialists in the above modalities therefore it is your responsibility to check with your practitioner if you have any of the above.

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