Fingertip Facelifts in the Press

  1. Natural Health Magazine
  2. The Times
  3. Woman & Home
  4. Woman & Home
  5. Zest
  6. Elle Middle East
  7. The Times
  8. Yoga Life  Middle East
YOGA LIFE
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ELLE MIDDLE EAST
Interview with Ranya Arora  "I'm a big believer in Fingertip Facelift massages by Sam Saunders. They are incredibly relaxing and make my skin look and feel fantastic."
 
THE CATS PYJAMAS
My face was noticeably ‘fresher’ and ‘younger’ looking. I can imagine myself getting quite addicted!
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NATURAL HEALTH
"Within minutes of the delicate kneading & prodding, I had trouble staying awake - I felt thoroughly refreshed & revitalised inside & out. This is the perfect holistic alternative to Botox & filler. I certainly will be going back."

OLIVIA LICHTENSTEIN, THE TIMES
"How I imagine it would feel to have your face softly ironed by the fingertips of your favourite seraph."

DAILY MAIL
"After an hour I was really relaxed and my skin looked plumper and softer. I also have light scarring on my face, which was less noticeable. A great holistic alternative to Botox."

WOMAN & HOME
"Gentle, skin-soothing moves help release tension, improve skin tone and diminish fine lines – sheer bliss."

Don't ever call this a facial – practitioner's are keen to stress it's something much more. It's an in-depth (although light to the touch) massage that works on acupuncture points to lift your face by gently releasing tightened skin tissues and blocked energy.

Our tester, Liz Smith, 46 from London isn't a facial fan. "I suddenly realised my face was looking 'my age'. I don’t really like facials, but I did enjoy this. I was expecting deep massage, but got very light, concentrated fingertip movements. My therapist worked on half my face, then told me to look in the mirror. Surprise! There was a marked effect – the treated side looking plumped and healthy."
 
"I'm a terrible sceptic" says Liz, "but I loved it. I looked less tense, lines seemed softer and skin definitely lifted, especially around the jawline. It works and it’s so relaxing. Plus I've discovered that a friend with great skin has been having a course on the quiet."

ZEST
The anti-ageing facial.
A unique massage stimulates facial acupuncture points and meridian energy lines, releases blocked energy and frees up tense facial tissues. Skin is softened, relaxed and radiant"

                             
THE TIMES
"The difference was instantly visible. I not only looked alive & glowing but I felt it too."
 
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Facial Energy Release is a 'fingertip facelift' that involves a unique, gentle massage technique that's a little like acupressure or reflexology for the face. The releasing of pent-up stress relaxes lines and takes years off your looks – in just an hour and a half. Don't be surprised if you drift off..."