It’s not true.
No! It makes them firmer, toned, and younger-looking!
With Facial Cupping, the suction draws blood flow toward the surface of your skin. It can even release fascia adhesions—which often cause wrinkles and sagging.
Think about it this way: massage puts pressure on tissue to remove the tension. Cupping, on the other hand, lifts up the tissue to release tension. This creates a “mini-trauma” in the skin.
Over time, this can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, restoring the natural brightness of your skin.
And Facial Cupping can help make your skin healthier, without causing long-lasting stretching.
Healthy skin, after all, is resilient. It’s flexible. It retains its shape.
You know “the pooch.” That little bit of lower belly skin that’s just so tough to get rid of!
Keep in mind that my friend is incredibly fit. If she’s struggling with this pooch, it means a lot of people out there are probably struggling with the same.
You’re fit, you’re healthy, you eat well, and you take care of yourself. But you had a C-section, and it seems like it’s hard to recover from.
Collagen has a different structure than “normal” skin—even though collagen is perfectly normal! But the difference between the two can be obvious. The skin pulls differently in different segments, which can create a loose-looking “pooch.”
I recommend doing cupping on this “pooch” while you’re lying down. This will help you stay relaxed and comfortable.
But it will help to know the right way to handle your new Cupping habits.
Shipping to Europe Due to brexit new rules and taxes, I’m currently not shipping to Europe (unless it is the PRO KIT from the Facial Cupping Online Course for Professionals) until I find a sustainable solution. Please check back after Christmas. I hope to be back to Europe soon!