5-Minute “Look-Younger” Facial Massage (Demo Video)
How amazing would it be to feel completely de-stressed and give your skin a “look-younger” boost in five minutes?
Too good to be true?
Not at all! In fact, I made a short video to show you just how possible (and how easy) it is.
Today, I’m going to teach you this blend of skincare and self-care so you can:
– Boost natural collagen levels for smooth, wrinkle-free skin
– Increase skin radiance for a refreshed, youthful glow (no makeup required!)
– Instantly decrease tired, puffy, “just-woke-up” under-eye bags
– Stimulate double lifting, tightening, firming effects in under 5 minutes
It’s all thanks to a self-facial massage!
A gentle facial massage helps increase blood, oxygen, and lymph flow — promoting skin radiance and decreasing swelling.
Even better, studies show facial massages help boost natural collagen levels! And, as you know, more collagen equals firmer, smoother, younger skin.
Plus, it just feels good.
(By the way, a facial massage is completely different from “facial yoga.” I don’t recommend “facial yoga” as it can actually cause more wrinkles.)
Now, you’ve already got your hands… so, you just need one more skincare essential to start your at-home facial massage: your favorite cream or facial oil.
The “slippery” texture creams and oils provide is crucial to help your hands glide across your face smoothly. (Don’t try facial massages on dry skin as this can be too aggressive.)
You might be surprised by what I use on my face to get that slip…
Watch the video tutorial below to find out:
I love Multi-Action Sculpting Cream because it’s rich in elastin and collagen-boosting ingredients. Plus, it works immediately to give your skin a smooth finish.
So, when I use it to massage my face, I feel like I’m getting a double-action lifting, tightening, and firming effect.
Now, as you massage each “facial zone,” you’ll notice your skin going slightly pink — that’s normal. After all, you’re boosting blood circulation.
However, you shouldn’t turn bright red. In that case, just ease up on your pressure.
Always use a light, gentle touch. It doesn’t take much effort or time to notice an instant depuffing, radiance-boosting effect.
And if you find yourself wanting to continue your relaxing massage session past the five-minute mark… I wouldn’t blame you. 😉
You deserve to pamper yourself!
P.S. What’s your favorite way to unwind and recharge?
Are you the type to curl up on the couch with a good book? Do you like a long soak in the tub? A calm, scenic walk?
Maybe your new way to relax will be a facial massage!
Leave a comment below sharing your go-to “relaxation mode” activity.
And if you learned something new from this post, please share it with your friends! Everyone deserves a healthy dose of “me time.”