Czech admits to having had Botox in the past but warns her clients off the procedure, especially if they’re after youthful-looking skin. “If you keep paralyzing your muscles — especially the frontalis (the muscle which lifts the eyebrows) — it won’t work the same over time. Preventative muscle paralysis doesn’t work in my language. I don’t advise doing it every three months. You need some movement.” Instead, Joanna suggests treating slack skin with facial massage. “This is so important,” she says. It’s a signature step during all of her facials. “Really sculpt your face with your fingers as you apply your skincare,” she says. “Moving your blood all around is a good thing as it carries minerals and nutrients, while haemoglobin carries oxygen.” She claims this can also help heal breakouts quicker.