Do you ever feel like your face is not your own? That it belongs to somebody else, and you’re simply a squatter occupying that space for the time being? If so, then that’s a sign — a red alert if you will — that something’s got to give. It can’t go on like this forever. If you think of your face as an entity in its own right, rather than as an appendage of your body, it makes sense that it too has needs and wants. The face is a very sensitive area with many blood vessels, nerve endings and other sensitive spots. The natural oils from your skin are what keeps it healthy, hydrated and smooth; but with all the stressors we put our skin through every day, combined with natural aging processes, things just don’t stay that way.
Why do we need to massage our faces? There are many reasons why we need to massage our faces. The main reason is to help keep our skin clear and hydrated. Our faces are exposed to the elements every day so keeping it hydrated is a must. Keeping it hydrated will also help to reduce wrinkles, help to reduce the appearance of pores, and make your face look fresh and youthful. Massaging your face will also help to increase blood flow to the surface, which is essential for a healthy skin. Another reason why we need to massage our faces is to help reduce stress and increase our focus. Our face is a trigger for many bad or stressful memories. By massaging your face you are releasing stress and helping to relax your mind which will help you to focus better.
Facial massage is good for your skin. Let’s start with the obvious — the face is our main form of expression. How we look when we talk, laugh, cry, or simply smile, really does matter. Our skin is the largest organ in our bodies, so it makes sense that it requires care and attention. A healthy face starts with a healthy diet. Avoid foods that contain a lot of saturated fats, refined sugars and try to eat more of a plant based diet. Also be sure to drink plenty of water and if possible add in regular exercise. A healthy diet will help keep your skin hydrated and will also help it to repair itself. A healthy diet and regular facial massage will help reduce wrinkles and will also help to prevent fine lines and crow’s feet from appearing in future.
Facial massage is good for your stress and anxiety levels. Science has shown that when we massage our bodies, we release endorphins which help to reduce stress, anxiety and even blood pressure. Our face is a trigger for many bad or stressful memories. By massaging your face you are releasing stress and helping to relax your mind which is going to help you to focus better. Our faces are a central part of our nervous system and facial massage is proven to help calm our central nervous system. Facial massage is proven to be a great pick-me-up that can be done at any time and with no special equipment needed. You can even do it yourself in between your professional facials, while you are watching TV, commuting or just before you go to bed!
Facial massage is good for your sinuses. The skin around your face and eyes is very sensitive, which is why you need to be careful as to what products you use. But what’s even more important is that you make sure that your skin is well hydrated. If you have allergies, or you live in a climate with high levels of pollution, it’s very important to keep your sinuses healthy. The best way to do this is to regularly massage your face, as it will help to unblock your sinuses. And the best part is facial massage is something that you can do anywhere and at any time. All you need is a little bit of time for yourself each day.
Facial massage is a great way to relax and unwind at the end of the day. It also helps to clear your pores, reduce wrinkles and signs of aging. It does all this by increasing blood flow to your face which is essential for a healthy skin. It is also proven to be good for your stress and anxiety levels. It is especially helpful for your sinuses. By scheduling a regular facial treatment with facial massage, you are giving your skin, and your body, the attention it deserves to remain happy and healthy!
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