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Deep Oscillation® Facial

£125.00

The lymphatic system is a weblike structure that has no pumps or valves like the circulatory system, it can easily become stagnated and sluggish. This can result in the skin looking dull, congested and atrophied.

This beautiful therapy works on oscillating MLD (manual lymph drainage) techniques to aid the removal of lymphatic toxicity and strengthen cutaneous tissue. Your skin will feel energised and look glowing!

Facial muscles are stimulated and then relaxed through the deep vibration induced Deep Oscillation® thereby training the facial muscles and keeping them toned. Stimulation of collagen production and cell regeneration gives both a fresh and young look to the appearance of the skin. Anti-oedema and anti-fibrosis action provides a smooth, elastic and wrinkle-free appearance.

This therapy is particularly good for sensitive skin, inflammatory conditions and great for dark circles and eye bags.

 

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Therapy Description

DEEP OSCILLATION® was developed by Physiomed Elektromedizin in Germany and is an internationally patented therapeutic design, utilising the forces of pulsed electrostatic attraction and friction to provoke oscillations, which act deeply on the tissues of the body from the epidermis down through the conjunctive and adipose layers and into the muscles.

Therapy Process

1. Arrive at Clinic
2. Review of consultation card and clients needs
3. Cleansing of the skin and assessment
4. Deep Oscillation therapy - This is done with a dry method and application of extremely light drainage movement. The client will experience a series of vibrations over the skin from low deep frequencies to high frequencies. It is extremely relaxing.
5. Aftercare given


 

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The MRL range is intended for you to mix & match in order to maximise your ability to restore your body to its natural balanced state. For questions on how to pair products from the MRL range, please refer to our FAQs