Fascia facial massage is a great, non-invasive approach to turn back the clock.
Facia facial massage is for you If you are not interested in using botox, fillers, or toxic peels and treatments, but are interested in keeping your skin looking good as you age.
I was really excited to learn how to minimize wrinkles and improve the firmness of my skin with fascia facial massage, so I decided to try the Fascia Stimulating Tool from Pause Well-Aging.
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How fascia facial massage works:
Fascia facial massage is sometimes referred to as fascia release. A tool is used to stimulate the fibroblasts in the skin’s connective tissue, which generates collagen production. Collagen provides strength and structure to skin, so increasing production improves firmness and and plumps wrinkles.
How to prepare your skin for fascia facial massage:
Time needed: 5 minutes.
Start with a good skin care regimen with targeted ingredients for your skin type.
- Wash with a moisturizing cleanser.
I use the Lipid Defense Cleansing Oil from Beautycounter.
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- Prep/ Tone your skin to prep for your targeted treatments.
I use the Mineral Boost Hydrating Essence from Beautycounter.
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- Treat your skin to target specific skin concerns.
- Protect your skin with a moisturizer.
I use the Tetrapeptide Supreme cream at night and our sheer defense sunscreen for daytime.
- Generously apply a face oil.
Fascia Facial Massage Tutorial.
Video really is the best way to approach a tutorial, so I hope you will find it helpful. I am demonstrating fascia facial massage with the Pause Fascia Stimulating Tool here.
I enjoy the process and find it very relaxing. It only take five minutes, so it’s a quick way to make a big difference in your skin.
I would love to hear if you try it! Reach out anytime!