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Facial Acupressure and Massage: Part 1

So you just left a facial acupuncture treatment and feel radiant! An accompanying technique to keep that post-treatment glow going longer is facial massage and acupressure.

 

Here are some facial acupressure points that you can massage to help rejuvenate the face in between acupuncture sessions!

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First start with the third eye point in between your brows. This point is located where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead. Apply mild pressure on this point with your index finger during acupressure.

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The next point is at the points where your eyebrows meet the bridge of the nose. This point is great for the eyes and helps relax the areas above it where worry lines may form.

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Follow along the curve of your brow bone and stop at the middle of your natural eyebrows. This is an accompanying point that is great at relaxing the surrounding eye area.   Due to it’s delicate nature, the skin around the eyes is usually the first area to start showing signs of aging. It is incredibly important to use gentle pressure when massaging and pressing the facial acupressure points.

 

To read the rest of the most effective points to massage in Facial Acupressure and Massage, click here 

 

 

To learn more about the benefits and have commonly asked questions answered about Facial Rejuvenation, click here 

 

Renew your skin and get your glow by booking an appointment to reserve your Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation package!


Click here to book an appointment with one of our talented licensed acupuncturists and get started on preventing the sign of aging naturally and holistically.

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Source: http://www.pacificcollege.edu/news/blog/2014/12/18/acupuncture-treatment-sports-injuries

 

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