You might have heard rave reviews of Bojin massages – revitalised skin, a more relaxed state of mind, and a better sculpted face. But do you know just how Bojin therapy works, and what it exactly can do for you? We’ll take a closer look at Bojin therapy, and share a little bit more about its applications.
Understanding Bojin therapy techniques
The main technique in Bojin therapy involves the use of the buffalo horn tool to unlock knots in deep tissues, apply pressure and massage the body. The horn tool is unique due to its shape, hardness, and its potential resonance with the human body’s frequencies, which can enhance the therapy’s effectiveness.
How does a Bojin facial work?
When used on the face, Bojin massage treatment generally follows a specific process.
- It starts with skin analysis and cleansing, followed by extraction of pimples and blackheads.
- The actual Bojin detox for face and eye acupuncture points comes next, where the therapist uses an acupuncture point massager to stimulate meridian points on the face to boost circulation.
- A facial and shoulder lymphatic detox massage is then performed, stretching facial muscles, increasing blood flow to the skin, and reducing stress.
- The process ends with the application of a nourishing facial mask and essential skincare products like toner, day cream, and sunscreen.