SOFIA’S FACE MASSAGE TIPS

CHEEKS AND JAW MASSAGE

Easy massage for cheeks and jaw line using your fingers, to get the lymph moving and boost blood circulation. Nice and slow, with lots of Face Oil too.
USING A GUA SHA ON CHEEKS AND JAW

A Gua sha can give you a deeper massage of the muscles in cheeks and along the jaw. Always use plenty of oil so the tool can glide easily on skin.

Gua sha is a therapeutic tool with its roots in East Asian and Chinese medicine.
FOREHEAD AND EYE AREA MASSAGE

A quick and easy technique to work out the tension in forehead and around eyes, using your fingers and some patience. Doing this regularly will help keep the area supple and healthy.
USING A GUA SHA ON FOREHEAD AND AROUND EYES

Master using a Gua sha on forehead and around eyes for a deeper massage. Make sure to use plenty of oil so the tool can glide easily on skin.

Gua sha is a therapeutic tool with its roots in East Asian and Chinese medicine.
FACE MASSAGE WITH A GUA SHA

When using a Gua sha for a facial massage, angle it so the bit touching skin is flat, be very gentle with pressure, and glide it slowly over skin. Plenty of face oil will help it glide more easily. Regular use helps tone and sculpt face. This video has been speeded up to keep it short.

Gua sha is a therapeutic tool with its roots in East Asian and Chinese medicine.

USING OUR ROSE QUARTZ ROLLER

When using your Face Roller, always roll in an outwards direction from the centre of your face. Make sure you’ve spent a minute or so massaging your face oil into skin before using your roller so it doesn’t get wasted on your roller, and is absorbed by skin. This video has been speeded up to keep it short.

The face roller is another therapeutic tool with its roots in East Asian and Chinese medicine.

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