The series of strokes is done with the head lower than most of the body either by elevating the legs with pillows, or resting the body on a tilted massage table, or in a advanced way using a gravity guider that tilts the entire body at different angles. The strokes are designed to bring 30 to 50 times the amount of blood into the facial muscles and exercise them over 25 minutes. Honey is applied for its stickiness and snapped outward for 5 minutes to bring the blood to the surface cells and add more intensity to the manipulation of the muscles. Because of the lavish amount of blood a visible youthful freshness is observed and felt. The addition of oxygen at this point makes the face more porcelain (smoother). This sophisticated technique feels absolutely wonderful. The face muscles respond 3 times faster than rest of the body making this a very satisfying pump to add to your normal workout.
The milking you do in between every 2 strokes is a feathering of the carotid and temporal arteries which are the major feeders of the face.
The technique described at the top of the page was developed by two doctors and a french cosmetologist in the 1930s who wanted to figure out how to make the face younger. They concluded that exercising the face in a lavish amount of blood while the head was lower than the body to help reverse the pull of gravity was the most effective way.