SARAH CHAPMAN SKINESIS MASSAGER TOOLS - THE FACIALIFT & THE BODYLIFT


„Nothing is so healing as the human touch.“, is a notable statement by Bobby Fischer, one which I often recall when I go to massage. I don't know if he had this loosening dexterity in mind, but for me massages are rituals integrated in my life – they relaxes me, casts away the stress from my body and after each one I feel like born again. The use of touch as a method of healing stems from customs rooted in ancient history. First form of massage, Ayurveda, emerged in India 3000 years BC, based on the belief that body ailments occurs when individuals don't live in harmony with their surroundings. Through various treatments, among which massages, it was strived to balance the body, mind and spirit and help the person to regain mental and physical equilibrium and establish unison with the encompassing world.
At the same time, the bygone Egyptians started to practice massages, as evidenced by images on their tombstones. They also invented reflexology, a scheme in which the pressure on certain points on hands and legs is applied, causing the positive effect on body parts associated with reflex zones. In China, texts that document medical benefit of massage therapy dates back to about 2700 BC. Physicians of traditional Chinese medicine, martial art teachers, Buddhists and Taoists believed that touch embodies the essence of spiritual training of yoga, and they joined their knowledge and expertise together in order to develop different techniques. The Japanese adopted them from Chinese and continued to improve up until nowadays popular Shiatsu massage, whose primary purpose is to raise the level of energy in a patient by pressing thumbs, fingers and palms on specific body sections. Eastern philosophy spred to the west and between 800 and 700 BC athletes in Greece massaged their bodies to keep them in top condition before competitions, physicians employed it to cure, while the Greek women, in combination with aromatic oils, beautified themselves with massages. Hippocrates prescribed „friction“ as a way to mend body injuries and, along with proper nutrition, exercise, rest, fresh air and music, as one of the key factors in maintaining health. Romans inherited Greek tradition and in 2nd century the imperial physician Galen used a massage to relieve diverse maladies. Wealthy Romans enjoyed massages of personal doctors in comfort of their own homes, while others could seek them in public baths, where trainers, after bathing, would thoroughly massage their bodies. The origin of the word is not fully clarified and it's assumed that it comes from Latin „massare“-„to knead“ or Arabic „mass“-„to press“. As one of the most tenable skill of manipulating the muscular, nervous and lymphatic system via skin's soft tissue, massage is considered to be the oldest fashion of healing, pain relief, illness prevention, stress mitigation and deep relaxation. It was most often performed by hands in the past, but today there are many home-friendly devices, such as Sarah Chapman The Facialift & The Bodylift massagers.
Sarah Chapman is on of the most prominent and most sought after authorities in beauty induxtry and the facialist of world famous celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Naomi Watts, Jourdan Dunn, Gigi Hadid and Meghan Markle. She supposedly did a facial massage to the latter, night before the Royal Wedding, and is responsible for the fresh and youthful look in which Duchess of Sussex shined at the ceremony. Relying on experience and mastery obtained in working with clients, at her Skinesis clinic in London she devised efficient treatments customized to individual needs, thus securing loyal fans who are always happy to return. Waiting lists stretch up to 12 weeks, and everyone looking for perfection can hardly wait for their turn, because they know that, thanks to the amalgam of „gymnastic“ massage techniques, latest technology and strong cosmetic formulas, they'll come out with lavishly radiant skin. In 2008., Chapman launched an innovative, high-tech, effective, luxurious, yet natural Skinesis line of skin care items, uniting her erudition in dermatology and long-standing professional activity. The products operates on unique „From Face to Formula“ principle and promises transformative results and legendary Skinesis glow, and one that has attracted my attention is The Facialift.
This smart tool, in the words of Sarah Chapman herself, was created in response to constant inquiries of consumers  about the tips for facial massages at home. There are 43 muscles on human face, and this device that resembles a modern art sculpture has 8 heads and 48 nodules which mimics fast tapping, pinching and knuckling, ie the elementary Skinesis massage technique. The Facialift tights and lifts the face, eliminates toxins, minimizes swelling and puffiness, stimulates blood flux and supply of vital nutrients and oxygen in skin, releases muscle tension, reshapes and tones face contours and restores luster. Procedure is really uncomplicated: gadget should be placed under the chin at right angle and pushed toward the ears, which delivers a massage, but only to the cheekbones, then on the neck where the first signs of aging are frequently visible and where, by twisting the tool, the vertical massage is possible as well, from collar bones to chin, while the flat part on the top serves for light pounding on the face and forehead to entice circulation. Each movement requires 6 repeatings and finally you just wash The Facialift in soap and warm water.
Beside it, she designed similar aid for the body, The Bodylift with 12 singular rolling heads and 72 massage nodes, and the outcomes are more or less identical: reduction of muscle rigidity, optimal flow, draining of toxins from lymphatic system, regulation of inflation and water retention. It's chiefly intended for the massage of upper arms, buttocks, thighs and lower legs and it assists in dissolving of fatty deposits, it alleviates the pain, tightens, and enhances skin tonus and ultimately sculpts and defines the body.
Sarah Chapman said that The Facialift and The Bodylift actually imitates her fingers and motions at the clinic, and these devices guarantees all the listed advantages and benefits at everyone's home. I would definitely like to try them on my skin some day and even approximately get a sense how it feels to have a massage which Duchess of Sussex regularly attend and which is creditable for her impeccable complexion.
What is your opinion about these massage tools? Have you ever encounter The Facialift or The Bodylift? Would you use them for massage? Write me in the comments.
All the best till the next post!

DISCLAIMER
Beauty gadgets is a section created with the idea of informing the readers about the devices and tools which can be found on the market, intended for skin care. The Exclusive Beauty Diary blog is focused on products and preparations, but today's indispensable items are cosmetic devices too, so I think that it's interesting and useful to offer some overview, but whitout detailed evaluation and personal assessement until I try them myself. Accordingly, photos are downloaded from the manufacturer's site.

50 comments:

  1. Wow I had no idea that there were so many different types! I have never tried these but I definitely want to!

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  2. After reading your article I totally want to try one of these tools!
    XO
    S
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  3. I still haven't tried these yet, but I can see how beneficial they'd be.
    XOOX
    jodie

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  4. I'd definitely try both of them. I looked into reviews on them and The Facelift is definitely inexpensive and got great reviews and The Bodylift (also inexpensive) got good ones. I had no idea this sort of thing was so beneficial. I do use a NuTone on my face and I know it's made a big difference with continued use (you do have to continue using these...it's just like exercise). Thank you so much for the information!

    Ruth
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  5. I haven't tried these but The Facelift sure looks similar to a Korean facial roller I've had for years though this is a lot more fancy. I'm a big believer in facial massage for boosting circulation and decreasing puffiness.

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  6. What curious! I hadn't seen it before.

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  7. I definitely have to get me one of those! That tool looks so amazing.

    xx Simone
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  8. Thanks for the interesting review! I'm really glad I found out about it!
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  9. Facial massagers are so big in Asia because face size is such a huge thing! I've never tried any before, but I've heard such good things!

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  10. Such a good products. I really like it as well as your photos. New Post -

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  11. This is really interesting I would love to try and see if it really works and how long it takes to see the difference Thanks for sharing it xoxo Cris
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  12. I would rather get a massage than use a tool but maybe if I tried these I would change my mind. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. It seems a wonderful product!
    xoxo
    Ale
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  14. These look really interesting! i've heard of face massagers but never seen tools like this before! Thanks for sharing!

    Hope that you are having a great weekend :)


    Away From Blue

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  15. I would love to try this massage tool. Something I'm sure gives you all the chills.

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  16. I've been seeing these rollers for a while! I didn't know that this has been around for so many years - it is good to see oldschool tech still being used today, hehe. It makes sense to see this because we need blood circulation throughout our body and might need a helping hand. Thanks for sharing this! I need to look into the facial parts!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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  17. I have been so curious about these. Been wanting to try it for a while now but a little sceptical on the claims

    Sxx
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  18. Wow, an interesting device. I did not hear about him ;)

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  19. I agree that massage is wonderfully healing. My husband and I are having a professional massage every other week and have been feeling healthier and better ever since (but ist is just a back massage). And I have an electrical device for the blood circulation leg massage that is use daily. I do not do facial massage - or only when applying cream. More would be too time consuming for me. Therefore, I would not buy the tool. But it looks funny ;-)
    XOX Traude

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  20. Wow, I'm curious about this massager and the effects. :)

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  21. I've never tried massage tools but it sure looks interesting!

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  22. Never heard of this before but this now sounds interesting! haha Kinda curious to try!

    Have a lovely day!
    XO, Melissa

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  23. These sound interesting and I want to try! Thanks for sharing!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

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  24. This looks so cool!I had never seen it before :)

    Shauna

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  25. I have this massager and its pink.

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  26. I've never heard of this before but I think I need it in my life now.

    ☼ Eena | cabin twenty-four

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  27. Such a nice review, thanks for sharing it! <3

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  28. There's so many different tools now and it's really interesting to see!

    Layla x

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  29. I haven't seen this kind of design yet, but the smooth ones I tried just feels so good!

    LackaDaisy

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  30. Wow, how interesting this product, I think I had never seen anything like it.

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  31. Amazing post honey, really great!
    kisses from Poland :*

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  32. Very interesting post.

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  33. Yes you would be surprised at how helpful these little guys can be. I was shopping with my niece in Forever 21 and they had some inexpensive ones. We tried them out and they were surprisingly effective.

    Allie of
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  34. This looks so interesting and i am curious to try it out!


    xoxo
    Lovely
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  35. I love learning about stuff like this- it's amazing what ancient beauty practices can teach us today!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  36. Não conhecia, bem interessante.
    Beijos

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  37. These tools sound interesting, I would like to try them out.

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  38. I haven't used it before,nice:)

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  39. I would like to try these massager tools!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  40. Well detailed! I've tried galvanic spa which clears lymph nodes, I think it is similar to this one, right?

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  41. this product seems very useful...thanks for sharing!

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  42. I seriously need both. Hahaha

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  43. I see this tool here the first time but I can imagine it works. Personally, I use so far a jade roller and a gua sha but who know what the future will bring :)
    xx Rena
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  44. I'm a big believer in benefits of massage, so I would definitely try these massager tools. They look very effective.

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  45. I've never used one of these before but I love the sound of it! The benefits it gives sound wonderful and it's nice that she created it for people who can't go get the massage. Thank you for sharing this!

    x Kara | http://karascloset.net

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  46. I actually have one just like this. I usually use it on my forehead to relieve my migraine.

    xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY

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