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K.Ka Beauty Health 

Skin Care Treatment 

Beautyful and Relaxing 

Imagine hydrating steam infusing your skin, a massaging touch moving across your forehead, cheeks and chin, and a nourishing serum working its way into your skin as the muscles in your face relax and soften. A skillful facial offers all of these, not to mention the chance to let your mind and body rest. While there are plenty of face treatments to choose from, the main purpose of most facials is to thoroughly clean your skin, rid it of impurities and feed it with vitamins, minerals and nutrients such as vitamins A, C, and E, as well as peptides and hyaluronic acid—a process that brings other benefits and will leave your complexion refreshed and radiant.
Benefits Of Facials
1. Reduce Stress And Relieve Psychological Distress  
2. Prevent Aging
3. Facial Massage Promotes Blood Circulation
4. Rejuvenate Your Skin
5. Treat Acne And Acne Marks
6. Eliminate Whiteheads And Blackheads
7. Tighten Your Skin
8. Eliminate Under Eye Bags And Dark Circles
9. Facial Masks Make Your Skin Soft And Glowing
10. Boost The Absorption Abilities Of Your Skin
11. Give You An Even Skin Tone
12. Open Up All The Pores

MASSAGE

Romantic massage

Massage therapy consists primarily of hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, the muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints for the purpose of optimizing health.

Here are some benefits of massage therapy:
- Reducing or eliminating pain
- Improving joint mobility
- Improving lymphatic drainage 
- Reducing muscular tension
- Reduces Stress and Relaxing 
- Can Help Improve Posture
- Can Help Improve Circulation
- Can Help Strengthen the Body’s Immune System

Osteopathic Treatment 

Health and Disease

Manual osteopaths identify, assess, and treat the body’s structures and rhythm using a gentle, hands-on approach. This fundamental technique is called osteopathic palpation. Manual osteopaths develop a very sensitive sense of touch to master osteopathic palpation. Osteopathic palpation is what makes manual osteopathy different from other forms of therapy. (- Soft Tissue Manipulation - Osteopathic Articular Technique - Cranosacral Osteopathy - Visceral Maniputation) 

The musculoskeletal system is intimately connected with all other systems of the body, and is a mirror of both health and disease.
Body structure and function are intimately related. Any abnormality in the structure or function of a body part may lead to disorder and disease in another. The body has the inherent ability to defend and repair itself. When normal adaptability is disrupted, or when environmental changes overcome the body’s capacity for self-maintenance, disorder or disease may result.