Facial cupping tones facial muscles, fills and tightens the skin, softens expression lines, tightens sagging skin and helps reduce wrinkles and puffiness under the eyes. This treatment is completely painless and can be a relaxing single session or a healthy non-surgical alternative to medical facelifts and botox treatments.
Facial Cupping is a traditional, time-honored treatment that remains favored by millions worldwide because it’s safe, comfortable and remarkably effective. Women in Asia, Russia, and Europe have been utilizing these remarkable facial cupping techniques for rejuvenation and maintenance for years. Facial cupping is a proven technique that has given patients a natural alternative to cosmetic surgery or Botox. Facial cupping is a completely pain-free treatment that gently lifts the facial tissue giving you a natural “face-lift” by improving lymph and blood circulation through the facial muscles as well as smoothing out any visible wrinkles. Facial cupping can provide therapeutic results for symptoms related to sinus infections, inflammation, edema and those suffering with TMJ disorders. The drainage of stagnant fluids from reservoir areas will help reduce chronic puffiness.
Facial Cupping has Deep Structural Benefits: Over time, metabolic waste gets built up in our superficial fascia. When this happens, our superficial fascia can develop restrictions that impede proper flow of nutrients and waste products between our skin, fascia, and muscles. Suction creates space, allowing for the body to make new choices with regards to nutrients, drainage, and repair. Our facial soft-tissue is arranged in a series of concentric layers: skin, subcutaneous fat, superficial fascia, mimetic muscle, deep facial fascia, and facial nerves, parotid duct and the buccal fat pad. And in cupping massage, the layers get de-compressed a bit; just enough to make a difference.The light suction causes a negative pressure. This “negative pressure” is a novel experience for the body; one that it may never have experienced. Your body is more familiar with pressure and pushing and prodding and compression, rather than feeling the spaciousness and flow that facial cupping provides.