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Learn How To Do Your Own Facial Massage

Looking for a way to make your skin look vibrant and clear that doesn’t require a pricey trip to the salon? Try facial massage. You can do it at home and on your schedule.


Facial massage increases circulation, which helps plump up the skin, and helps with lymphatic drainage. It can be done in the morning with your favorite cleansing fluid or in the evening using a moisturizer or serum. Do it every day or when you have the time. You’ll notice the difference. 

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How To Do Facial Massage at Home

  1. Start with a clean face. Using a facial cleansing liquid, moisturizer or massage oil, add a few drops on your fingertips. The fluid will make the surface slippery. You don’t want to pull the skin for this can be damaging. Skim your fingertips across it. Add more fluid as needed.
  2. Starting with your fingertips at your nose, spread fluid across your cheeks outward to your ears. Move fingers down the sides of the face and sides of neck, stopping at your collar bone. Repeat five to ten times.
  3. Moving to your jawline, place fingertips on your chin and stroke them across the jaw to the ears. Use firm even pressure. This helps reduce fluid retention along the jaw and firm the line. Repeat five to ten times.
  4. Add a few drops of fluid to the back of your hands. Place them under the jawbone and sweep them outward toward the ears in long strokes. Repeat five to ten times.
  5. With both hands, gently stroke the neck downward. Start at the chin and move outward to the sides of the neck. Repeat five to ten times. Reverse the motion, stroking upwards. Repeat five to ten times.
  6. Place index and middle fingers above the lips under the nose. Make small circles moving to corners of mouth and down to the chin. This helps with lines along the upper lips, sides of the mouth and nasal fold. Repeat five to ten times.
  7. Place fingertips along the side of the nose and circle them in small, outward circles. Work up the sides of the nose toward the bridge. Repeat five to ten times.
  8. The eyes require special gentle attention. Place middle finger on the inside of brow bone. Follow the brows, moving fingers outward to temples then around to eye bone. You’re tracing a circle around the eye socket. This helps reduce puffiness around the eyes. Repeat five to ten times.
  9. For the forehead, place fingertips between the brows. Make small circles to help soften those pesky lines between the brows. Repeat five to ten times.
  10. With fingertips, sweep them across the entire forehead toward the temples. Then sweep them upward from the brows, moving along their length to the hairline. Repeat five to ten times.

Work facial massage into your beauty regime. Take five minutes if you’re in a hurry or a little longer for a relaxing indulgence. Your skin will be glowing and youthful-looking. Now what woman doesn’t want that?
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