Anti-Wrinkle Facial: Massage Techniques

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Massage techniques for an anti-wrinkle facial include using an anti-wrinkle cream to lubricate the skin and rubbing with light pressure from the neck up to the forehead. Practice massage techniques for an anti-wrinkle facial with tips from an aesthetician in this free beauty guide video.

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After the skin's scrubbing process, the client's skin is absolutely ready for the massage. We are going to use a good anti-wrinkle cream for this purpose. The complete massage procedure will have ten basic steps. We would be beginning from step number 1. We start massaging in step number 1 from below the neck area. The early signs of wrinkles start emerging in the neck. Massage will be carried out for about ten minutes. We have to take upward hand movements from below the neck area to the jawline. We're using our last three fingers. This movement from below the neck area to the jawline has to be carried on for about two minutes. Proceeding from the jawline to the chin, we're now going to use pinching of the hands, using our three fingers once again. We're using pinching movements across the jawline, covering the chin. Moving from the chin to cheeks, we have again used our three fingers and we're exerting little amount of pressure on the cheeks, sliding our fingers from one cheek to the other. The fingers have been move in again upward motions. We now carry forward with folded fingers in circular motions and again exerting little amount of pressure on the cheeks. This is to uplift and tighten the cheek area. This is the usage of the fist after the folded fingers to repeat the motion. Focusing on the nose area, with an inverted "V" with the first two fingers of our hand, we would be exerting pressure on the nose bone, massaging all throughout the nose area. We would also be exerting little amount of pressure on the nose bone, because this is one of the primary and critical areas of stress on the face.


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