Kobido massage – natural lifting

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Kobido massage is an excellent alternative for those who want to improve the appearance of their face, as well as relax and reduce muscle tension. The treatment is a natural facelift, as no artificial preparations are used in addition to the oils used during the massage. It not only brings visual improvements to our face, but also improves our mood and allows us to relax and reduce stress. A holistic approach to health is characteristic of Chinese medicine hence Kobido massage brings many benefits to our body – and not only beautifying ones.

Kobido massage – the Japanese art of health

Kobido treatment originates from Japanese traditions and Chinese medicine. It is considered one of the oldest massages in the world, with its origins dating back to the 15th century. Kobido massage is a ritual, where each element of the treatment has a specific order. As a result, it is carried out properly and effectively. Performed manually, it works on the deeper layers of the muscles through intense and specialized movements, and this leads to a flow of Qi energy on the face, resulting in a lifting effect. The treatment is mainly performed on the face, but sometimes also on the neck and shoulder and décolletage areas.

What does the Kobido treatment look like?

The massage is a form of health ritual, so it is performed according to a specific order:

  • Makeup removal and skin cleansing.
  • Deep tissue massage – this part is performed dry, that is, without oils. It helps smooth out wrinkles and eliminates tension in the facial muscles.
  • Deep massage relaxes and relaxes the skin, so it improves skin tone.
  • Lymphatic drainage – allows lymph to flow freely, so it eliminates puffiness and reduces dark circles under the eyes.
  • Lifting – the lifting part is the most intense part of the massage. In this case, there may be discomfort due to very fast hand movements and pinching of the skin, fingers by the person performing the massage.
  • Acupressure – applying pressure to specific points on and around the face, which simultaneously benefits the internal organs.

The full treatment takes about 80 minutes.

Kobido massage - natural lifting
Kobido massage – a natural facelift. Photo: canva.com

Kobido massage – effects

The treatment has a number of beneficial effects. One of them is sheer relaxation and deep relaxation, which is good for your mood. By the way, it calms you down and allows you to get away from the busyness of everyday life. Above all, however, the treatment brings visible changes to the face. By leveling muscle tension, it inhibits the formation of facial wrinkles. It also reduces the visible effects of skin aging, improves skin tone, affects the production of collagen and elastin, and improves the oval of the face. It contributes to better skin regeneration and reduces the effects of bruxism, and removes toxins. In addition, it eliminates headaches, neck pain and improves vision. Massage can be used at any age. For younger people, it helps maintain skin firmness and elasticity. For older people, it brings a number of benefits visible to the naked eye and outlined in the paragraph above.

When should the treatment not be performed?

Despite its many benefits, Kobido massage should not be performed in cases of dermatitis, febrile conditions, vascular skin, acute acne, wounds and abrasions, and untreated high blood pressure.

How often to perform Kobido massage?

The advantage of the treatment is that the first results can be seen after the first massage. Initially, however, in order to consolidate them, it is advisable to perform the massage once a week for about 12 weeks. Later, it can be done much less frequently, once every month or two months. This allows you to maintain the earlier effects. Rather, it is not recommended to perform the treatment alone at home. Kobido massage is one of the most difficult treatments to perform and requires not only manual dexterity, but also adequate knowledge of the connections in the human body. It is therefore worth leaving it to the professionals.

Kobido massage is a very good alternative for those who do not want to interfere in beautifying their bodies with a scalpel, but are keen on a youthful appearance. The treatment we described is a natural method to reduce stress and improve the overall well-being and appearance of the skin. Although it is one of the oldest massages in Poland, it is only just gaining popularity and is becoming a regular offering of many spas and wellness places.

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