Maderotherapy is a revolutionary treatment in the world of beauty that uses wooden instruments to massage the face. Although it is similar to body wood therapy, gentler techniques and force are applied to the face to obtain equally visible results.

This non-invasive, natural procedure stimulates the face and helps tone and firm the skin. By activating fibroblasts, which are responsible for producing collagen, wood therapy combats cellular aging and sagging.

The main benefits of facial wood therapy include the reduction, elevation and accentuation of key points of the face such as the double chin and cheekbones. In addition, it relaxes facial muscles, blurs expression lines, reduces puffiness and bags under the eyes, drains and tones the skin, and helps relax both physically and mentally, reducing stress levels.

The facial wood therapy process involves cleaning the area properly with soap, exfoliation, and facial toner. Argan oil is then applied to make it easier for the wooden tools to glide over the skin. The massage begins with small circular movements to activate circulation, and then the appropriate technique is used with wooden utensils on key points of the face. After the massage, the face is massaged again with your hands to drain and seal the treatment.

Although wood therapy may seem simple, it is advisable to go to a specialist to ensure proper technique and obtain better results without causing damage or injuries.

It is important to keep in mind that wood therapy is a specific treatment and that daily skin care and protection with products appropriate to our skin type and its needs are essential to keep it clean, healthy and rejuvenated.

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