It’s amazing how much of our life’s story, past and present, is told through our face. Since skin is the largest organ of the body this is hardly surprising and the face is probably the most skin on bodies that anyone will ever see, so looking after our faces becomes a priority over other body parts for most of us. By studying skin conditions and changes, we can determine inner balance and stressed areas of the body.
Chinese face mapping can help to establish the connection between skin conditions and the systems of the body. For example an imbalance of the Kidney Meridian is often reflected in the face, below the eyes but also the ears and hair. This imbalance reflected on the face can manifest in dry skin, oily skin, dark circles under the eyes, particularly in this case, breakouts, wrinkles or rashes – eczema and psoriasis.
In an Aromatic Acupressure Facial you can expect to have a detailed consultation (especially in your first treatment) followed by a deep cleanse with an organic cleanser and toner, a gentle exfoliation with an organic scrub, a face mask – cream or oil based depending on your skin type and an incredibly relaxing facial massage that encompasses acupressure point stimulation and massage to relax your face and whole body.