In the last few years, crystals have become ubiquitous in wellness enclaves. Every yoga studio has clusters of them in corners, chic beauty and wellness spaces like at CAP Beauty and Taryn Toomey's new studio have crystals inlaid into their floors, and celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Katy Perry, and Miranda Kerr laud the mental health benefits they get from their precious stones. Now, using crystals as facial massage tools is taking off. A post shared by Georgia Louise georgialouisesk.
Adding the Crystal Facial to Your Clinic or Salon
Crystal Facial — Haelan Therapy
A biophotonic experience for your face using crystal therapy and the Crystalline Web. Experience the benefits of a Transformational Facial, which includes the use of Neals Yard Remedies products to nurture and nourish your skin, with the addition of crystals and the Crystalline Web. The Crystalline Web is unique to Haelan Therapy and is a gentle non-invasive form of vibrational therapy designed to trigger a response from the acupressure points in the face, resulting in a whole-body experience. Crystals with facials have been found to be beneficial for deep relaxation, lymphatic drainage, improved muscle tone, increased self-esteem and skin purification. Your therapist will first facilitate a deeply relaxing Transformational Facial which uses facial massage to encourage the removal of toxins and reduce fluid retention in your face and facial lymphatic drainage techniques to help relieve any build-up of sinus pressure. Crystals will also be used on your face to gently stimulate cell renewal in your face, tighten the muscles and calm the neurological system and finally the Crystalline Web will then be placed on your face for up to 30 minutes. During this time you will have the choice to receive a further treatment of either a hand massage, reiki or foot massage simultaneously.
I Tried A Crystal Facial Treatment As A Last-Ditch Effort For My Hormonal Acne
My hormonal acne and I have a deal: I give it what it wants — a dairy-free diet, less stress, more sleep, simple skincare — and it leaves me alone. Still, I thought, maybe a crystal facial and a rose quartz massage will help? My newly-inflamed face provided the perfect excuse to treat myself to a little aesthetic alchemy.
Crystals are a mainstay in the toolkit of any spiritually woke millennial. Eager to explore the trend firsthand, I seek out the man that A-listers trust for a crystal boost to their complexion. Reflexologist Paolo Lai greets me with an open smile that swiftly transforms to a look of concern, as he notes my tense shoulders and tired eyes. Breastfeeding a six-month old with zero interest in sleeping will do that to you, I tell him.