Buccal massage is the most advanced rejuvenative facial massage technique. It is like no other facial massage due to the nature of the technique. It requires working not only on the outside of the face but also on the inside through the oral cavity. Buccal massage allows to reach deeper layers of the skin such as muscle tissue, ligaments and bones. Superficial facial massage only achieves superficial results. By working on the deeper structures we can naturally increase facial tone, reduce appearance of wrinkles and improve skin complexion. As a result, we can dramatically reduce visual signs of ageing without surgical interventions, and it it’s an excellent treatment for acne and scar subcision.
This physical working of the buccal area may also help to improve lymphatic drainage of the face, aiding to de-puff the appearance of the area around your mouth. The massage can also assist temporarily with blood flow, promoting a youthful-looking glow, and can help with contouring of the face.
Typically, the facial technique is all about stimulating your muscles from the surface, that is, until now. Confirmed by A-listers everywhere (apparently it’s the celeb secret to nabbing sculpted cheekbones before hitting the Oscars), ‘internal contouring’ or buccal massage is the latest face massage technique you’re going to love.
BENEFITS OF BUCCAL MASSAGE
· alleviates headache and migraines, contour and sculpts your face,
· reduce the lines and wrinkles around the chaw area,
· stimulates lymphatic system,
· helps remove tension and stress in muscles
· improves muscle tone
· reduces appearance of wrinkles
· improves facial contour
· reduces swelling and dark circles under the eyes
· improves skin’s texture
· helps release psycho-emotional blockages often associated with everyday stress
· releases tension associated with TMJ syndrome
· it helps people with bruxism.
CONTRAINDICATIONS TO BUCCAL MASSAGE
· dermatological diseases in the acute stage
· damage to the skin in the area of exposure (burns, abrasions, wounds, scratches)
· presence of bruises
· skin infections including herpes
· malignant tumours or neoplasms of unknown nature
· allergic manifestations
· purulent lesions of the skin of the face