Massage has been praised for centuries. It improves the flow of oxygen in the skin, stimulates blood circulation, releases tension, reduces puffiness and keeps the skin looking youthful, fresh, and fine line free. Facial massage is like a mini workout for your face. Waking up your face, draining fluid and slowing down the aging process.
Massaging your face just 2-3 times a week for 3-5 minutes can do wonders for your skin.
With our Skin Wise Tools, ‘’The 3D Massage Roller’’ and ‘’Facial Cupping Set’’ you can give yourself an easy DIY Massage at home.
Here are Our 5 Benefits of doing a Facial Massage at Home.
Aside from feeling very good, facial massage helps to relieve emotional and muscle tension. It is a really nice thing to do at the end of the day to help you to unwind.
- Removal of Toxins
Toxins can build up in our skin due to everyday factors and pollution. Massage stimulates the blood flow which jump starts the lymphatic system (waste disposal part of our body) to get rid of toxins and waste, keeping the skin healthy and clean inside and out.
- Contours the Facial Muscles
We all hold tension in our face from time to time. Especially when we are stressed and tired. This causes us to tense up and wrinkles form over time. Just a few minutes of massage at the end of the day can release this tension build up and prevent the lines and wrinkles from forming. Facial massage is going to keep your skin energized and lifted.
- Improves Product Absorption
Massaging your face in upwards and outwards movements help your serums and moisturizers work better into the skin. If the skin is not stimulated or activated enough, sometimes these products are only able to stay on the surface of the skin. But we want these products to get as far into the skin as possible.
- Boosts Blood Circulation
Just like exercise the movement of facial massage sends a rush of blood and oxygen to the skin. As a result of this, the skin is much brighter, less puffy and more collagen is produced. The skin will be smooth and glowing in complexion.
Now what are you waiting for!? Get massaging!
Remember to always follow the diagram of lymphatic drainage when doing massage at home. Keep the movements in a upwards and outwards flow.
If you have any questions about anything please get in touch.