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Tuning fork facials use vibration to revitalize inside and out

ISPA SmartBrief | Apr 14, 2015

Tuning fork facials -- a new trend -- use sound waves and vibrations to penetrate deep within the skin, advocates say. By using tuning forks, therapists can increase blood flow, improve the skin's appearance and correct the problem at its root, according to therapist and facial acupuncturist Samara Reid of London's Hale Clinic. Reid said the treatment can also help drain glands, eliminate dark circles and relax tight jaw muscles. Daily Mail (London), The (04/13)


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