Reviewed: I tried the Buccal facial massage that celebrities love
Although I have come to believe quite a bit in the power of massaging the cheek area after treatment, I still want to consult with my doctor. Catherine ChangBoard Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Founder of Private Beverly Hills, says that while she doesn’t think it can do everything it claims to do (such as induce elastin production), she doesn’t think it’s harmful and believes there are real benefits. the. “I really think those movements help get around the lymph fluid and help it clear up some of the swelling that builds up throughout the day or the whole week,” she says, adding, “I think that can help you temporarily improve the look of your face, making it look less puffy.
Chang also says that people tend to clench their jaws a lot, which can lead to an enlarged bite or lower facial muscles, making the face appear wider or larger. “The clenching of the hands is an important reason some people inject Botox into the biting muscle, such as in the temples, to help relieve that tension, and massaging that area can relax the face and relieve tension. straight in that area, which can then lead to a slight reduction in the face and lower area,” she explains. “Overall, it’s a positive treatment.” Chang also says that if you’re injecting fillers onto your face, wait at least two weeks before doing a cheek massage.
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