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Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM

Described by someone as, “Where Heaven Meets Earth,” Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM takes an Oriental approach to rejuvenating the beauty of your face, while simultaneously improving your overall health. This natural way to look younger combines an acupressure facial and health consultation with additional information on healthy exercise and proper diet and nutrition to foster overall health and radiant skin.

Our soothing and rejuvenating facial also unlocks the emotional tension you carry in your face, enabling tension-related wrinkles and creases to drop away, leaving you with a younger looking, calmer, more peaceful face.

Facial Rejuvenessence Components
Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM has three main components:

Health Consultation. This time is used to discuss your current level of health and answer any questions you may have. You will also receive information regarding how to enhance and maintain your overall health, which is the best way to achieve a beautifully healthy face.

Taoist Face Reading for Health. Taoist face reading and other Oriental Medicine diagnostic methods are used to evaluate your general level of health. This information is used to focus the facial experience to address your personal health situation.

Rejuvenating Facial. With your specific health needs identified, you will enjoy a soothing and rejuvenating facial experience that includes acupressure massage of your hands, using a variety of Jurlique face and skin care products. More about our soothing, revitalizing facial.

Facial Rejuvenessence and Oriental Medicine
Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM combines a luxurious, relaxing facial with other key Oriental Medicine health practices:

  • Taoist Face Reading
  • Facial Acupressure and Massage
  • Aromatherapy
  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Chi Kung
  • Taoist Face Reading
    Taoist face reading is an ancient, time-tested, diagnostic technique used in Oriental Medicine. Your face is looked at in sections that correspond to the various organs in your body to identify any health issues you may be facing. This information is then used to design a unique Facial Rejuvenessence experience that soothes and rejuvenates while addressing your specific health needs.

    Facial Acupressure and Massage
    Your acupressure facial takes place in a quiet, cozy room overlooking our garden. Your face is steamed and cleansed, and acupressure is used to stimulate those points on your face that improve muscle tone, firm the skin, and increase the circulation of blood, lymph, and chi to your head. Additional points are massaged based on the results of your face reading.

    Aromatherapy
    Facial Rejuvenessence is also an exquisite aromatherapy experience. Our wonderfully relaxing facial is performed using a wide variety of pure, natural, aromatherapy skin care products from Jurlique; products rich in natural antioxidants and organically grown herbs that revitalize, nourish, and strengthen your skin, regardless of age or climate.

    Diet and Nutrition
    What you eat has a direct impact on your overall health—including the health and vibrancy of your skin. During Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM you will be introduced to the basic components of healthy diet and nutrition. More in-depth consultations on diet and nutrition and other health topics are also available.

    Chi Kung
    Healthy exercise is an important factor in rejuvenating and maintaining beauty and health. During Facial Rejuvenessence at BIOM you will be introduced to Chi Kung—the ancient Chinese exercise system for promoting health and beauty—and receive information to help you maintain your glow when you go back home.

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    IMPORTANT: All information on this Web site is provided for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of a local Oriental Medicine practitioner, biomedical doctor, experienced coach, or martial arts instructor.