Short Summary

The combination of Eastern European Lifting techniques and Facial Contouring Lymphatic Drainage provides sculpting, toning and complete relaxation.

Key Information

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60 mins
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No pain
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Instant results
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Face, Neck, Décolleté
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Additional Information

What are the benefits of SCULPTING FACIAL?
  • Results visible straight after treatment 
  • Lifts, tones, sculpts facial contours 
  • Adds relaxation and overall well being 
  • No downtime
  • Drains away toxins, encouraging a healthy lymphatic system
  • Reduces oedema (swelling) 
  • Improves skin firmness and plumpness
  • Prepares skin pre or post surgery 

Eastern European massage is the use of multiple powerful and energetic techniques, where fast and  accurate movements are key. It is inspired by one of the most difficult massages in the world known as Kobido. This style brings firm pressure and precise movements offering Patients amazing lifting, toning and sculpting effects as well as total relaxation and overall well being. 

Face contouring lymphatic drainage is a slow and gentle massage targeting the lymph nodes assisting in the drainage of toxins, enabling the lymphatic system to deliver fresh nutrients to cells. Lymph stagnation and oedema (swelling) is also improved giving a firmer and plumper complexion, sculpted facial contours and depuffed face. 

What complementary treatments are available?

The sculpting techniques can be added onto any of the following treatments; Intraceuticals Oxygen Facial, Forelle’d Japanese Facial, Forma RF,  Hydrafacial, Lymphastim Trousers for an overall glowing, lifted, detoxed, tightened and even complexion. 

All Patients benefit from a comprehensive skincare regimen, tailored for their skin type and to tackle any history of sun and pollutant exposure. Our experienced Aestheticians can devise a bespoke regimen following a skin analysis using our Observ 520X which provides 10 different metrics for analysis of the current skin condition. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the post treatment advice?
  • Avoid massaging treated areas for 24 hours 
  • Do not apply Retinoids for 7 days after the procedure
  • Avoid saunas, hot baths and jacuzzis for 24 hours
  • Avoid exercise or sweat inducing activities for 24 hours 
  • As part of your skin health regimen, from 24 hours post procedure, avoid direct sunlight on the treated area, using a hat where possible and with broad spectrum physical SPF 50 and 5 star UVA protection such as the Forelle’d Hyalogy UV protector or ZO Sheer Fluid B-road Spectrum Sunscreen.
What are the risks?

You may experience slight erythema (redness) from your blood circulation being increased though this should pass quickly post treatment.

What can I expect?

Prior to arrival at Montrose 

From 4 weeks prior to treatment avoid any aggressive treatments such as ablative laser.

From 2 weeks prior to treatment avoid abrasive treatments, including; laser, micro needling, prolonged or recent UV exposure, aggressive facials, irritant topical products (Acids, Retinol, Vitamin C or mechanical scrubs). 

If you are taking blood thinners, including NSAIDS such as Asprin or Ibuprofen, you should discuss with your doctor whether it is possible to discontinue their use throughout the course of your treatment. 

On arrival at Montrose 

Your Practitioner will discuss any concerns and review your medical history. They will start by performing a lymphatic cleanse using slow movements to remove any makeup and impurities while also preparing the lymphatic system for the facial contouring lymphatic/Eastern European massage which will enable these techniques to achieve better sculpted and lifting results. 


Sculpting Facial can be performed weekly to monthly depending on your desired results. The amount of sessions recommended will be discussed with your Practitioner so your desired goals are achieved.

Who is this treatment unsuitable for?
  • Patients with severe skin conditions (active acne, rosacea)
  • Hypersensitive skin
  • Inflammation, bruising or oedema (swelling)
  • Contagious skin conditions
  • Recent injectables (Botox, filler)