Japanese Facial (Kobido)

Classic Japanese facial massage that enhances skin tone, cellular repair and local circulation for an overall lifting effect.

Energetic points are also stimulated, to improve Qi (energy) flow, which creates an effect internally to augment one’s beauty externally.


As this is a facial massage, it does not include use of a moisturizing mask or exfoliant.

What are the benefits of Kobido?

  • Stimulates micro-circulation of the skin and lymphatic flow.

  • Improves nutrient supply to cells and drains metabolic waste.

  • Firms and tones the skin.

  • Helps relax tight muscles to smooth out expression lines

  • Global relaxation effect due to its relaxation of the head/mind

What to Expect

It is best to arrive without having applied make-up. After the face is wiped with a warm moist towel, an organic base oil infused with organic damask rose essential oil, is applied to the décolleté, neck and face.

Optionally, the oil can be lightly applied to the hair as a mask (strongly recommended). Using several tonifying and draining strokes, the skin is stimulated and massaged. Towards the end of the session, energetic points are stimulated around the face, scalp and neck to complete and balance the vigorous skin stimulation.


It’s impressive how this treatment, which only targets the head, can allow such deep relaxation. We find ourselves transported in Lyn’s hands … And on the return trip, we realize the baggage that our brains have been able to get rid of thanks to this protocol, which is so expertly applied.


I recommend her with eyes closed. I go to Lyn for her Kodibo treatment, a Japanese facial massage. It’s a real pleasure: great moment of relaxation, the skin comes out invigorated and the complexion luminous. Lyn is a gentle person, attentive and very professional.


A Kobido by Lyn is a real treat to experience! I can really relax in her expert hands. The Kobido is a mixture of alternating gentleness and dynamic rhythm, of warmth and freshness. Your face feels toned and cocooned at the same time. A real joy !


The techniques used have no therapeutic or medical aim. They have no sexual connotation.