Keep your facial & body muscles firm – Taking a few minutes a day to stimulate and massage your facial or body muscles is just as important as any fitness routine for the rest of your body. You can stimulate and massage your facial or body muscles to tone them keep them from sagging with age and stress.
Tension release – Regular facial massage will help keep your skin muscles toned and relaxed, looking younger for longer. Massage your face for a couple minutes daily to experience less worry lines in your future.
Stimulate blood flow for a smoother complexion – Regular massage from 10-20 minutes will help to increase blood and oxygen flow, slowly and gently working those bumps out with less chance of an embarrassing acne breakout. If you are more prone to oily breakouts, a ten minute massage is usually sufficient. If your skin is more dry and flaky, you can enjoy a massage up to twenty minutes a day.
Massage helps absorption – Massage will help your skin reap the benefits of any serum you apply pre-massage and any moisturizer you apply during the massage.
Consistency – Massage Cream is thicker than lotion and oil. Because of its thick consistency, a little massage cream lasts much longer and there is less need to reapply it as often. This is especially good for deep-tissue massage, because the massage needs a bit more of a grip when delivering massage.