Buccal (intra oral) massage is a technique that has become very popular all around the world because it restores the basic tone and elasticity of your skin and underlines muscle tissue so that wrinkles fade, facial contours tighten and skin is lifted naturally.
This technique can be used to replace injection methods of rejuvenation and surgical interventions.
Powerful massage strokes re-fresh your face vitality with just one treatment.
1. Restores the youth of each layer, increases turgor.
2. Strongly affects the blood flow in the dermis and muscles, which contributes to the nutrition of each integument.
3. Stimulates the formation of collagen and elastin fibers.
4. Restores the health of each integument, eliminating the root cause of aging.
The technique works even those muscles that are most often left without load.
Results after one session
The massage procedure helps to achieve the following effects:
Stops muscle overstrain;
Stimulates local blood flow;
Accelerates the outflow of venous blood;
Increases the regenerative function of the dermis;
Aligns the face oval;
Removes small and deep wrinkles;
Tightens the skin;
Reduces the thickness of subcutaneous fat;
Improves the color of the face;
Eliminates rashes, redness and gray shades;
Removes muscle contractures that appeared after a stroke, surgical operations;
Recommended sessions for best results
It is recommended 6-10 massage sessions, once or twice a week, then, one treatment session every month as a maintenance session.
It can be repeated every 3-4 months.
This treatment is not recommended in the following cases
Congestion, active acne;
Recent botox or fillers (less than 14 days);
Infectious disease of the oral cavity;
Skin disease around the face and chest area;
※This massage does not include treatment with skincare products.
If you would like to add a skin treatment, please choose “Sculpture Facial Massage” in Face treatments.
※Please arrive 15 minutes before on your first visit.
Buccal Massage signature by KEIKO
60min / €115
Believe in your natural beauty.
by Keiko Takahashi