Japanese Cosmo Facelift

I learned the technique of Japanese Cosmo Facelift in 2015.  This anti-aging holistic facial is an off shoot of Facial Reflexology Sorensensistem designed to help the body regain balance by stimulating the reflexes on the face and improving the tone of the facial muscles.  This technique also stimulates the lymphatic system to help remove toxins and impurities from the body and has a detox and cleansing effect on the skin.  As the reflexes on the face become balanced so does the rest of the body and associated body parts and organs.

The treatment consists of lymphatic drainage techniques, facial muscle stimulation and concentrated firm facial massage on specific problem areas.  It could be described as a sports massage for the face or an intense facial workout. Organic Rose oils and creams are used and a rose hip face mask is applied to further help tighten and lift.  Examples of some of the techniques can be found on my Facebook page.

So, although the aim of this treatment is to improve the appearance, help reduce fine lines and wrinkles and encourage the body to produce more collagen and elastin, it also has many healing and stress relieving benefits and is suitable for all.  After a treatment you will feel less stressed and have an improved sense of well being and peace.  So in it’s essence, it’s the beauty treatment with health benefits!

Here are the results following a course of 8 treatments.  Please see the Japanese Cosmo Facelift blog from April 2017 for full details and pictures.

A treatment lasts 60 minutes and costs £45.  Discounts are available for a course of 8 or more sessions.

In August 2017 I will be training in the Bergman Method of Zone Facelift technique, another anti-aging holistic facial treatment which has received rave reviews in the press.

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Georgina Strickland

Georgina Strickland BSc MAR

I qualified as a Reflexologist in 2004 having trained at the Philip Salmon School of Reflexology in London and have been a Full Member of the Association of Reflexologists since then.

I am registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council and I am also a member of Fedant