A contender for London’s best facial treatmentSarah Vine, leading beauty journalist via www.zoneface.com
Zone Face Lift (ZFL) promotes a kinder, holistic approach to helping women naturally look and feel their best and is acclaimed to be an all natural alternative to botox. You will have to try it to believe it.
It is a gentle, non-invasive, approach to looking younger which aims to offer a glowingly radiant complexion even after the very first treatment. ZFL, aims to lift your face and spirits and combines the very best and most effective ancient and modern techniques including a Japanese facelift massage, which works by freeing constrictions both within the facial muscles and in the connective tissue.
The treatment uses healing quartz crystals, incorporates a holistic facial with hot towels to hydrate and nourish the skin, uses breathing and visualisation techniques to release emotions held in the face. It also uses advanced facial tools such as Gua sha and rollers to help “iron out” wrinkles, stimulate collagen, elastin tightening, sculpting the jawline helping to lift and reduce any puffiness.
Included in the treatment is the a holistic facial using hot towels, facial reflexology with quartz crystal spheres, Gua Sha and rollers. I only use organic and ethical products from Neal’s Yard* to suit your individual needs. Please notify me of any known allergies or sensitivities when booking.
*As an Independent Consultant for Neal’s Yard, you can purchase products directly with me,
For full benefits, it is recommended to complete the full 12 week programme, a reduced session fee will be applied if booking for the full 12 weeks.
***Bookings of the full 6 week or 12 week programme will include a FREE Jade Gua Sha and Facial Tool with face map for continued personal daily practice***.
Fee: £95 per session. Each session of Zone Face Lift is 90 minutes (please note travel charges and a call out fee apply if outside of my home area).
Disclaimer: Whilst the owner of the Zone Face Lift programme states they use Native American smudging, however, please note that I DO NOT use the ‘elixir’ in my treatments. Aside from being formulated for the ‘scent’, and as an advocate for raising awareness on cultural appropriation, I feel the wisdom of the indigenous peoples and the use of these sacred herbs within this form of western treatment has been culturally appropriated. There is no evidence of honouring or gratitude to indigenous peoples for their sacred medicine or deep reverence for the plant medicine used in any of the products or in media reviews.