It is a massage technique that involves working not only on the muscles but also on the bones of the skull.
The method triggers the body's natural processes and reverses the ageing process. The method restores and maintains the muscular framework of the face and lifts the deeper layers of the skin, ensuring a long-lasting effect.
As we age, our face becomes larger, flattens out and slumps down, due to an increase in fat deposits, flaking of soft tissue, and age-related changes in the bones that diverge after the age of 35.
Muscular facial tone decreases and there is a gradual accumulation of fat in certain places under the skin. The structure and configuration change, the skin sags, and there is puffiness under the eyes and a general puffiness of the face.
Korugi is basically a manual facelift. The Korugi massage forms the triangle of youth, lifts the cheekbones, evens out the décolletage area and improves lymphatic drainage.
The essence of the Korugi massage is quite simple - our skull consists of many soft and flexible bones that can be moved in the direction we want.
The effect of Korugi (the Nosenjo method by Fujikawa Emiko) is much longer than that of a regular massage. A regular massage has a duration of 3 days, while Korugi has a duration of 1 month