We are delighted to introduce our 2 new Trainee Dental Nurses.
Julia originates from Hungary and is really excited to be part of the Team. Previously, she has worked as a personal trainer in Hungary and Portugal. I’m sure she will keep us all in shape with regular fitness workouts!
Osin, originally born in Nepal, already has 2 members of her family in the dental field. She is keen to progress her career, with her ultimate goal to become a hygienist.
Both of them are really looking forward to welcoming you into the practice.
Anti-ageing facial massage you can do at home during the latest lockdown.
This is one of those fundamental steps a lot of people tend to leave out. Prior to your daily cleaning and moisturising routine, a facial massage is beneficial to our face because it helps with blood circulation, reduces wrinkles and lines and is a good way to slim down and detoxify lymph drainage of our face. For those who wake up with a ‘puffy’ face, facial massage can help to reduce it.
It is simple to do a facial massage at home; it does not take long. Simply remove your make up, cleanse your face with a facial cleanser, apply a layer of hydrating tonic on your face (and neck) and follow by using a good hydrating serum which is suitable for your skin condition. Then, use a couple of drops of facial oil and start the massage.
After 1-2 minutes of massaging your face and neck, you can
finally apply the night moisturiser. After doing this regime for 3-4 weeks, you
will be able to see a significant skin lift and glow in your face.