How to: at-home lymphatic drainage facial massage for health & beauty

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I just started incorporating a lymphatic drainage facial massage into my nighttime skincare regimen 1-2 a week and I’m loving it.

Did you know there are 42 individual facial muscles in the face? Each muscle working hard all day, everyday to make expressions to show all of your emotions. 

That’s a lot of work!

Recently I was scrolling through Instagram when I saw a post of a face with sections of the face labelled as different parts of the body along with some information about lymphatic drainage and facial massage.  It caught my eye because the concept the image in the post was describing was that I could reduce eye bags and dark circles from massaging my face and neck… this is definitely an area where I need help!

The account belongs to Angela ( Instagram @wholisticskinandcare ), and she is an amazing skin magician with so much knowledge that I often head to her Instagram page to see what I can learn.

From the original post I saw, I began to read about lymphatic drainage and the correlation between skin and clogged lymphs.  This led me to learning more about the benefits of lymphatic facial massage. 

I find the connections between our skin and health to be fascinating!

If I can avoid needles and surgery to make my skin healthier and more radiant, I will do anything.  I have been looking high and low for information on how to do face massages plus the tools needed.

It’s really not difficult and doesn’t take long at all to do some lymphatic drainage and massage.  A few minutes a day to massage the skin on the face and neck, and you will see a difference.

For me, the puffy eyes are probably connected to sinus headaches which I have been experiencing a lot of lately, but they may very well be due to clogged lymphs in the neck.

Personally, I have been using a rose quartz roller and Gua Sha tool for my own at-home lymphatic facial massage.  I do it a few times a weeks as part of my night-time skincare routine.

I think the key is to be consistent in order to see any improvements. 

I love using Josh Rosebrook’s Advanced Hydration Mask after a good facial massage, it hydrates the skin and leaves it smooth and glowing.

How to: at-home lymphatic drainage facial massage for health & beauty
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