What oil can I use to massage my face?
Oily skin: look for ‘dry oils‘, which have a lighter texture, absorb quickly and are similar to the skin’s own sebums – such as moringa, apricot kernel, olive oil, safflower, hemp, borage, milk thistle.
How can I massage my face to tighten skin?
Use knuckles and move upward from smile lines to cheeks and hold pressure at cheeks before moving knuckles across cheekbones to ears. Drain lymph under eyes by gently massaging under eyes towards ear and then move fingers around eye to eyebrows and apply pressure before circling back to under eyes and repeat.
Is coconut oil good for facial massage?
Coconut oil is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and moisturising properties, which help clean your skin. All you need to do is to apply some oil in circular motions all over the face and neck, giving yourself a gentle massage. Once done, wash it off.
What are the disadvantages of facial?
The most common side effects of the facial are redness and blotchy skin due to the pressure of exfoliation and extraction. Avoid wearing makeup or using any of the products on your skin during the day or two that follow your face to give your skin time to heal.