There’s so much in our busy world that contributes to premature ageing. All the usual culprits such as stress, worry, lack of sleep, poor diet, insufficient water, pollution, allergies, ultra violet, lack of self care, etc etc, and many of these things show in our faces, hiding our natural glow. But there is so much you can do to offset the effects. In this blog, the focus is on why regular facial massage is an effective addition to any vibrant ageing goals.
At the most basic level, massage helps to keep the skin in tip top condition by improving and maintaining circulation. Good circulation delivers nutrients and oxygen. It also helps remove cellular waste and excess fluids that can leave the skin sluggish and puffy. Massage also helps to maintain and improve the skins elasticity which help it soft and supple. But, specific types of targeted facial massage can offer much more than that.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to facial massage for vibrant ageing, because, no two people have the exact same needs, this is why a range of effective techniques are called for. However, the underlying philosophy at Beautel is to first release tension and relax the muscles, fibres and tissues, then lift and define the facial contours before smoothing and rejuvenating the skin. A good facial massage can do this without resorting to invasive or aggressive techniques.
Facial Massage for vibrant ageing is where the spotlight shines in The Vitality Facial at Beautel. This treatment offers an incredibly effective combination of massage methods such as Sculptural Facelifting, Buccal Massage, Gua Sha & Acupressure. Over the next few blogs we’ll take a deeper dive into each of these elements that come together to create a beautifully contoured face with vibrant, glowing skin. For now, know that vibrant ageing is totally achievable without an invasive or aggressive approach.