Want younger looking skin but hate the thought of Botox? I’m not normally one for injections, but I did consider them a few months back after developing an obsession with my fine wrinkles and lines, particularly noticeable on my forehead and around my eyes.
Face Gym changed my thoughts completely and made me go back to the good old-fashioned face massage. Inge Theron, the founder of Face Gym (recently launched in Selfridges) believes that with regular stimulation our facial muscles can lift, tone and tighten the skin, boost blood circulation and collagen production giving a youthful appearance to the skin.
Inge and her dedicated team use facial licking, pummeling and fast finger movements to lift the cheeks, drain excess fluid from under the eyes and work on fine lines.
I tried the FROW facial in the private room of the Face Gym, in Selfridges. The treatment started with a double cleanse followed by a relaxing face massage, an acid peel to remove any dead skin cells and completed by a cocktail of power serums applied with an ultra sound device. My skin felt cleaner and noticeable more lifted and plumb.
So why should you try Face Gym?
- The treatment delivers immediate results. As with any workout, regular sessions are recommended to maintain results, though.
- No Botox or fillers. The treatments use a combination of ancient face massage techniques and serums for an anti-aging alternative to Botox and fillers.
- It’s pain-free. Always a bonus, right?
The Front Row Face #FROW treatment is priced at £120 for 50 minutes. To book an appointment visit facegym.com