Chan'Beaute - Facials With a Difference
"Claire has been my esthetician for many years...She recently added Chan'Beaute to her service. Chan'Beaute left my face feeling stimulated, and at the same time I became so relaxed I fell asleep. What a great facial service!" Jan Williams.
Chan'beaute is a gentle, non-invasive but powerful facial treatment which uses specialized tools to increase microcirculation in the face and neck and thereby improve the complexion. It's best described as a way to "turbo-charge" the skin of the face and neck, giving it more glow and firmness.
It is based on Dien Chan ("DEE-En Chen"), a facial reflexology technique developed by Professor Bui Quoc Chau in Vietnam in the 1980s.
Each full treatment lasts an hour and a half. Some of this technique can be added to a regular facial as well.
Pictured above are Chan'beaute Beauty Brushes and a Beauty Pad.
Claire's story about Chan'beaute
I bought a book called "Facial Reflexology," written by a French doctor named Marie-France Muller, at the same time as I started my esthetics career. Dr. Muller's book, which is about the history and use of Dien Chan, the Vietnamese facial reflexology system, inspired me and I wanted to learn how to do it. But it took me a long time to find anyone who taught it.
When I finally located a school in Calgary, Canada, that taught Dien Chan and Chan'beaute (the Dien Chan treatment formulated in particular for esthetics work) I enthusiastically made my way there for classes. I am happy that I did, because I found Dien Chan/Chan'Beaute lived up to its billing. I myself do a little Chan'beaute on my face and neck daily with one of the tools called a Yin-Yang tool. My skin improves dramatically. Also, I am always impressed by how quickly and well my clients' skin responds to Chan'Beaute treatments. Sallowness disappears as the facial circulation is enhanced by the tool. The skin gets nice glow and a bit of plumping up. The complete Chan'beaute treatment is amazing. There is nothing else like it in esthetics.