If you've been a follower of mine for some time, you may notice that I don't do lots of promotions for Botox treatments. It's not that I'm against it, not at all. It's just that it's not something that I want to have and so I guess that's why I don't speak about it so much.
If we look at how Botox works though, one of the main things that it does is paralyse the muscles. Why do we want our muscles to be paralysed? Well, when they are relaxed, they remove tension from the area and so the muscle can 'smooth' out and soften.
Now think of it another way, what do we do when we have tension on our body? We tend to go for a massage to help 'relax' the muscles and again 'soften' them.
Ok, stay with me here! Now, let's put them both together... what do we have....? Facial massage!
I am a huge fan of facial massage and have been pretty much since I started treating clients 19 plus years ago. However, in the last ten to fifteen years, I've really focused on more sculpting facial massage and it's something that I love to do. If we can relax the facial muscles, we can begin to soften lines and remove tension from the face.
I love to do this in treatment and also at home too. I have a lot of clients asking how to do face massage themselves to keep on top of their skin during treatment and so I decided to create a method that makes it super easy to do at home.
I love my new gold globe facial massager to use in my clinic treatments and also at home as a quick and simple way to massage the face daily.
I love to combine it with the Forlle'd Refining Lotion, followed by my Vitamin C serum to really push the products into the skin. It also works really well combined with a couple of drops of The Face Oil as well.
Have you tried face massage at all? Do you like it?
Thanks so much for reading,