Skincare Questions Answered

What should I avoid in skincare products?

Why is Nancy Ahuna oncology trained?

What is Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

What makes Osmosis different?

What are Accutonics?

What are Facial Soundscapes?

What are  microcurrents?

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Why Nancy Ahuna is oncology trained

A cancer diagnosis is life changing. As one navigates through surgical intervention, chemotherapy/ biotherapy and radiation therapy, shifts in physical and emotional health occur.
Side effects from cancer treatment effects all aspects of the patient’s life. With the numerous skin related side effects from cancer treatments, Oncology Esthetics can provide great benefits such as easing symptoms and skin reactions, improving skin and their overall health and helping restoring a sense of well being.

Oncology Esthetics TLC treatment as with other complementary therapies are used together with conventional cancer treatments. The purpose of a complementary
therapy is not to treat the cancer itself but to treat the person as a whole. Complementary therapy TLC treatments help a person cope with cancer, its treatment, or side effects, and to feel better.
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Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Dr. Vodder Lymphatic Drainage Massage, or Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) is highly specialized massage technique with light pumping pressing and depressing movements. It helps to maintain the correct fluid balance in the tissue and to help to correct congestion and blockage in Lymphatic system. MLD helps the following conditions:

  • Acne
  • Dry skin
  • Allergies
  • Pre and Post Surgical Care
  • Rosacea
  • Sinuses
  • Scars and Cellulite.

Treatments last 20 minutes.
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Dr. Ben Johnson:

I created Osmosis because I wanted to transform the aesthetic industry. Let’s help people move away from weakening the skin and instead create a partnership that empowers healing and remodeling. Every action by the skin is perfect so our efforts should always be supportive and address the actual source of the imbalance. Permanent change is possible, your skin just needs to be inspired.

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Acutonics is an integrated approach to health care grounded in Oriental medicine, psychology, science, cosmological studies and sound healing principles. This effective non-invasive methodology works with vibratory energy created through sound. The sounds of planetary bodies are brought into the clinical setting through the use of precision calibrated tuning forks, symphonic gongs, and hand chimes.

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“The Facial Soundscapes™ tuning fork facial was toning and uplifting, as well as relaxing. It is a totally unique experience. My saggy upper lids were lifted, as well as heaviness in my lower face, by just one treatment, and the effect lasted for several days.”

AG, New York City

Chi-Akra Center founder Mary Elizabeth Wakefield and the creator of Constitutional Facial Renewal™, in collaboration with her teaching partner, MichelAngelo, Director of Astrological Medicine & Musical Studies, Acutonics®, has formulated a vibrational facial protocol utilizing the entire range of Acutonics® planetary tuning forks that is gentle, powerful and non-invasive. Using the Five Elements, this treatment is tailor-made for each person’s constitutional archetype. An entire topical herbal protocol accompanies the treatment.

FacialSoundscapes PDF download

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What are Microcurrents and TAMA AND BLUE ONYX TREATMENT?

Blue Onyx  is a form of massage using very low levels of electromagnetic waves. Its benefits can be likened to a gentle massage, with the added advantage of pinpointing the exact areas needing treatment. The effects are immediate and cumulative. The uplifting therapy is preventative, as well as corrective.

The number of sessions depends on the patient’s age, ethnicity, skin condition and lifestyle. In some cases a single treatment session shows visible results. For long lasting results and muscle reeducation, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly maintenance sessions are recommended.

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