Ideally Combined with Wet Cupping
What is Mole Removal?
Wet cupping, also known as Hijama is a form of alternative therapy where blood is drawn by local suction from a small skin incision. Wet cupping, unlike dry cupping, requires a skin incisions, made using a sterile surgical blade. The cups are used to suck out any impurities in the body which may include blood, toxins, fragmented blood cells, and tissue fluid.
Fire Cupping is used to treat pain, ease scar tissue deep within muscles and connective tissues, and reduce swelling and muscle knots
Full Body Detox
Cupping removes toxins and improves blood flow through the veins and arteries. Cupping’s detoxifying effect on skin and circulatory system is also significant, with a visible improvement in skin colour within three treatments.
A study paper in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine notes that professional athletes are increasingly using cupping therapy as part of their recovery practices.
A study paper in the journal PLoS One found that fire cupping was effective at treating Shingles (herpes zoster) and acne.
Combine Other Therapies
All our alternative therapies go hand-in-hand, you can therefore combine any of our therapies to achieve maximum results.