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Lure Essentials GLAM Facial Cupping featured on the Rachael Ray Show

Lure Essentials GLAM Facial Cupping featured on the Rachael Ray Show

Check out Rachel Ray and the beauty expert Gretta Monahan try out Lure Essentials GLAM Facial Cupping on their studio guest Laura Jo! Watch It Here: There are 43 muscles in the face. Just like we exercise our body, and enjoy a well-deserved massage, so does our face. By ‘exercising’ our facial muscles, we improve circulation and fresh oxygenated blood carries vital nutrients to the cupping area.  Facial cupping massage has shown to: Diminish the appearance of lines & wrinkles Help improve facial contour & tone (via lymphatic stimulation) Create a radiant & youthful glow (via increased circulation) Reduce puffiness...

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6 Alternative Remedies to Body Aches You Can Try Today

6 Alternative Remedies to Body Aches You Can Try Today

Have you ever experienced pain without fully understanding where it comes from, or why? The most irritating kind of pain is the kind that isn’t so serious that you’d need a doctor immediately, but is just enough to throw you off your game. This type of pain may be the result of an injury you didn’t realize you had, or small tears in your muscles after strenuous exercise or sports, or even just not drinking enough water. Whatever the reason, you’re likely to deem these types of physical ailments as “not worth the price of a hospital visit.” It doesn’t...

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Cupping Tips and Techniques for DIY Beauty Cupping

Cupping Tips and Techniques for DIY Beauty Cupping

World’s Best Kept Secret – Now in Your Hands!

Cupping therapy dates back thousands of years to the ancient Asia, Middle East and Europe. Unlike a regular deep tissue massage that compresses the muscles, cupping decompresses, lifts and suctions the underlying tissue inside the cup creating negative pressure. It is so effective that cupping practitioners equate 5 minutes of cupping to 30 minutes of deep tissue massage.

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What is Face Cupping and Does This Facial Rejuvenation Work?

What is Face Cupping and Does This Facial Rejuvenation Work?

For thousands of years, practitioners of Eastern Medicine have used facial massage as a means of healing the body as well as for anti-aging and beautification. Though the concept of cupping gained notoriety thanks to the cupping marks on Michael Phelps’ back during the Summer 2016 Olympic games, cupping for the face is gentle and relaxing, and doesn’t leave you marked. In fact, the results are so profound that internationally renowned beauties like Miranda Kerr, Uma Thurman, Eva Mendes and Kim Kardashian have made it an indispensable part of their facial routines.  With all of the gimmicks on the market, you...

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Cupping Therapy, Fascia and Soft Tissue Release

Cupping Therapy, Fascia and Soft Tissue Release

If you’re over the age of sixteen, it’s more than likely that you’ve experienced your fair share of muscle pain resulting from injury, over-use and strain. From high-level athletes to individuals that are bound to desks and computers all day, everyone is susceptible to the pain that evolves from the over-stimulation of trigger points. More commonly known as muscle knots, trigger points are sensitive areas in the body’s soft tissue, the stimulation or irritation of which can cause generalized musculoskeletal pain. These knots, located in the fascia surrounding your muscles, can be spontaneously painful (active) or painful only when compressed....

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