This introductory facial massage is a unique way to integrate facial massage into your daily skin care routine. We created this course so that you can work all areas of the face and neck in one week. The techniques that we demonstrate in the video do not take too long. You can do this at any free moment. The main thing is that you first clean your face and hands.
The video course begins with stretching the neck, because it is the connecting link between the torso and the head. Lymphatic vessels, large nerves and arteries pass through the neck. A cramped neck can cause anything from forehead wrinkles, nasolabial folds, and even a floating oval on the face. Headache, which worries a large number of people, is also caused by tension in the neck. Facial rejuvenation, therefore, should start from the neck. The goal of our technique is to keep the nervous and lymphatic systems working properly.
If you are just starting to integrate massage into your care, we recommend that you take 3-5 weeks to study the first five video techniques. From stretching the neck, we will smoothly move on to the rest of the areas on the face. We have distributed all massage techniques to ensure that your skin is sufficiently resting between sessions. This is really important! Do not try to rush the process and do all the massages in one day. It won't work and your skin will be irritated from overwork.
All of the following massages should be done only after thoroughly cleaning your face. The purpose of the massage is to really penetrate the muscles and soften them. Any redness of a massage should disappear quickly.
All of these techniques will work differently for different persons, for some it will work faster, while for others it will take longer to show results. Please allow time, and be patient. Give the massages the time they need to work for you.
I want you to enjoy the results of these videos. Stay happy and positive, love yourself, and remember to laugh. Negative emotions create dull and problematic skin.