Tissue regeneration* is real, and it looks like this!
"The first series is the live results from my introduction to face blasting in early 2017. I blasted once a day during this period following Ashley’s videos on freshly steamed skin. I switched to once a week shortly after the last pic in 2017. Today, at 50 years old I am happy with my face. I haven’t had any injections or fillers in my face."
1 YEAR RESULT
"Just wanted to motivate and inspire you. Even a 62 year old can achieve great results. I’ve been blasting for 16 months. I started because I had plantarfacitis and my IT band hurt so bad that my legs were always in pain. In only 2 weeks I got rid of my foot tension, and after a month my lT band and legs quit hurting."
1 YEAR RESULT
It’s not snake oil
It’s peer reviewed and published science
Plain and simple, the FasciaBlaster tools, when rubbed vigorously on the skin of the body, set off a chain reaction for the tissues to regenerate*. As we age or have injuries or postural deficiencies, our fascia tissue can thicken, become tangled and can “glue down”. The FasciaBlasting technique with the FasciaBlaster tools and oils, reverses the damage*, smoothing out the tissue, thinning the tissue and by growing new supple fibers.Check out our study
When in doubt,
blast it out!
“I overcame a life of suffering to thrive... and you can too”
After overcoming juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and a bone-eating, near death experience, Ashley Black has dedicated her life to educating and enriching the lives of others. Her career has taken her from owning sports clinics, to working with world class athletes and celebrities, to bringing her technologies mainstream. Black will never rest until there is global awareness that fascia is the root cause of so many problems, and that there is a simple solution. She wants no one to suffer the way she did, or be limited in anyway.
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What is Fascia?
Answering this question is not as easy as it seems. It all depends on who you ask. There are many different anatomical or medical terms describing fascia tissue which can make describing fascia challenging to explain.
IN LATIN, FASCIA MEANS:
“bundle, bandage, strap, unification, and binding together.”Learn more about fascia