Invasive surgery means just that, it is invasive and it is known to have created some serious problems for some individuals, in particular with facelifts. This is why non surgical treatments are increasing in popularity.
The Perfector Therapy is one of such non surgical methods. Its the induction of a micro current that re-educates the muscles in the face and jaw, toning them. If you go to the gym regularly your body muscles stay toned therefore if you have regular Perfector facials your face will stay toned reducing fine lines around your eyes, mouth and forehead, while strengthening the muscles around the cheeks and jaw line. There is an added advantage with this therapy; the facial treatment with Pefector includes a micro current drainage system XQ manual hand on program to reduce puffiness and toxins.
Lymph drainage techniques facilitate the removal of metabolic wastes, excess water, toxins, bacteria, large protein molecules, and foreign substances from tissue via the initial lymph vessels and the venous capillaries.
As an additional tip, remember that this winter weather can be very dehydrating, so you should nourish your skin as much as you can. Roc does an excellent range of products and Aloe Vera creams are a wonderful nourishing alternative.
Winter is a good time to consider having those sun damaged brown pigmentation warts removed from face and hands, etc. Cryotherapy is a good option, this freezes off the patches, but they need to be kept out of the sun for a few days while they heal, hence the winter treatments.
Best advice is: Remember the basic cleanse, tone nourish and shade and your skin will flourish.