Massages and facials are great before and after plastic surgery as a way of stimulating circulation and promoting excellent health. In fact, it’s good practice to have massages and facials regularly as part of an overall skin-care regimen.
- Massage Therapy. Promotes a healthier and more youthful appearance by stimulating blood flow and collagen production. Claire and Ellen, our licensed massage therapists, are available by appointment for therapeutic manual lymphatic drainage, which improves circulation by finding and eliminating stagnations in the circulation of bodily fluids and relaxes the nervous system to relieve stress, alleviate pain, facilitate healing, and reduce postoperative swelling and scarring.
- Therapeutic Facials. Since regular facials can have the detrimental effect of clogging the pores, Dr. Copeland provides therapeutic facials with vitamin C masks, pore reduction, and acne treatments. These facials promote the general health and appearance of skin by calming irritation, replenishing lost nutrients, and improving the skin’s natural immune response to free-radical or environmental damage. The relaxing benefits of massage therapy include stress reduction and a feeling of well-being and health. These treatments are performed by our trained aestheticians.