Everyone wants to look their best. As we age, however, one of the first things affected is the skin on our faces. It loses strength and elasticity, resulting in wrinkles, dryness and other issues. Collagen and elastin, proteins that help your skin, decrease and are produced more slowly. You’re left with a canvas you can no longer feel confident in, a face compromised by wrinkles, cracking skin and the standard effects of aging.
Prevention & Repair Options
Prevention: You’ve heard dermatologists claim that the best way to prevent premature skin aging is the faithful, liberal application of sunscreen. Other sources encourage us to avoid smoking, to maintain a healthy diet and to follow a quality skin care routine, one which includes exfoliation and lymphatic drainage massage.
Repair: To counteract the effects of aging skin, we also resort to a wide variety of skin care remedies, ranging from moisturizing cream to cosmetic surgery. The market for anti-aging products and services has expanded into a worldwide industry, responsible for sale of hundreds of billions of dollars in virtually every skin care remedy under the sun: skin lotions, creams, serums, injections, at-home salves, masks, topical applicants, sprays, soaps and more.
Plastic Surgery/Face Lift: The cost of plastic surgery can range from $7,000 – $15,000 and is not covered by health insurance. There are also many risks associated with face lifts, including reactions to the anesthesia, bleeding under the skin, infection, damage to the nerves that supply the muscles of the face, numbness that may last 6 months to a year, hair loss, tissue loss, scarring and blood clots in large veins traveling to the heart and lungs.
Dermatology: Services offered in this field include microdermabrasion, chemical peels, cosmetic lasers and Botox. Although not as risky as surgery, each of these methods are expensive and characterized by many potential side effects. Botox requires the injection of botulinum toxin into the skin. Potential side effects include swelling, headache and flu-like symptoms. There is also a chance that the toxin could spread to other parts of the body and cause symptoms of botulism, including muscle weakness, vision problems and trouble speaking, swallowing or breathing. The average price for a Botox treatment is $328, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. In addition, Botox is at best a temporary fix, only lasting a few months. Dermatologists also offer prescription creams with strong anti-aging ingredients.
Cosmetology: Over-the-counter creams contain several ingredients thought to help with the effects of aging. Some of the most popular include antioxidants and retinoids.
Cosmetology, dermatology and plastic surgery all offer methods to repair your aging skin damage. These methods often prove invasive, expensive and downright risky. Worse still, a majority of these remedies yield little more than empty promises.
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Cupping for the Face
What is facial cupping? It’s a new method of therapy for aging skin, one growing rapidly in popularity. Cupping on the face is inexpensive and non-invasive, serving as a safe alternative to surgery or chemical treatments. Facial cupping uses small, specially designed suction cups to lift and massage facial tissue. It is actually not a new therapy, however. Cupping therapy has been widely practiced since the fourth century, assisting users in a wide variety of health and wellness fields including joint pain, post-workout recovery, blood flow stimulation and facial rejuvenation. Facial cupping is offered at many spas, by TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) practitioners and other therapists. Facial cupping can also be accomplished in the comfort of your own home, with inexpensive facial silicone massage cups from Lure Essentials. Results come from using the cups only five minutes per session, 2-3 times per week.
Benefits of Facial Cupping
Facial cupping offers a wide variety of benefits, including all of the following:
Stimulated fibroblast cells responsible for collagen and elasticity production
Visibly reduced fine lines and wrinkles
Toned chin, jawline, neck & décolletage
Increased depth & efficacy of your skincare products
Reduced scars, excess oil & pore size
Improved product absorption & nutrient delivery to skin
Put Your Best Face Forward.
When it comes to wrinkles, lines and dry skin, you should never have to consult a second option. We made that our goal at Lure Essentials, where we created a body cupping system specifically for the face, one that can help accomplish all the benefits you see above. Even more impressive are the results you can’t see: watch your confidence return when the wrinkles leave, and hit the town, the beach or the couch with renewed health and happiness. Your skin deserves a solution that works, one that’s affordable, one that can help rejuvenate your face in 2-5 minutes. When it comes to rejuvenation, you deserve cupping therapy for the face.
Counteract the effects of aging. Avoid costly plastic surgery expenses. Increase oxygen-rich blood circulation. Reduce scars and pore size. Improve product absorption and nutrient delivery. There are so many reasons why cupping for your face can benefit from a Lure Essentials facial cupping kit. We’ve engineered a facial cupping system that’s non-abrasive and easy-to-use. Check out our GLAM facial cupping kit today!
Facial cupping also relaxes facial muscle tension & tightness as well as reduces overall stress. Considering the many benefits, it is no wonder that more and more people are using this safe, non-invasive, and inexpensive therapy to renew and rejuvenate their skin. We invite you to experience the # 1 selling GLAM Facial Rejuvenation Cupping Kit or try our luxury handmade glass cupping set here. Why? Because YOU deserve Better!
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