In the winter, like a dormant tree, your skin lacks energy. Just a few minutes of facial massage will do your visage some good by bringing energy back to your epidermis.
Here's a gentle, yet stimulating approach to energize your face — with your finger pads, undertake slow but deep movements from the bottom of the face to the top for three minutes. Make sure any lateral movements go from the center of your face to the edge of it.
Massage your face as much as possible in the winter to revitalize it.
Pro tip: lay your entire body down flat for your face massage, so your muscles are not tense.
Use a rich, restorative oil for massage, one that won’t get absorbed by the skin too fast. Baume réparateur is a great option or plain olive or coconut oil from your kitchen will do the trick.
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