MY FAVORITE TOOLS FOR A DIY FACIAL MASSAGE

Hello, lovelies! I wanted to make a small post about one of my favorite things to add into my daily skincare, a facial massage. It’s so simple to add to your life and easy to do. There are three different tools that I love to use to get the most of my facial massage so, let’s get right into the good stuff.

Let’s quickly talk about the benefits because if you’re like me, you’ll want to know all the details. First off, by massaging your face you can help promote oxygen and blood flow in the skin. Increasing your blood and oxygen flow will help reduce puffiness and give you a slimmer look. A simple facial massage will even create a brighter, more even skin tone. One more thing I love about a facial massage is that it’s a natural “botox” or “facelift”. It promotes collagen production, helping you prevent and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Massaging your skin will also help with your skin absorbing the product you’re using. Giving yourself a facial massage 5-10 minutes a day will help improve your overall skin and its a great thing to do at home for free.

Gua Sha
Okay, so let’s get into my top favorite tool to use for my facial massage; my gua sha tool. I have written a whole post about it before, which you can read about here. It works amazing and its simple to use. There are so many free resources online that you can use to help guide you. I love how effective it is to get rid of any puffiness and sculpt your face. I have attached some great options down below for you to look at. So, one comes with only the gua sha tool and the other one comes with both a gua sha stone and a jade roller. This tool is a must for me and I always bring it with me when I travel. If you want a more detailed look into gua sha check out my old post where I get really into the details.

Silicone Vibrating Facial Cleansing Brush
So these have been very popular recently and I completely get the hype. The vibration from the brush helps stimulate the production of collagen and helps give that extra movement to help with lymphatic drainage to sculpt the face. It’s a great tool to use to cleanse your face but I also love to use it with my moisturizer for a facial massage. There are plenty of price and affordable option that work amazing! I have attached three options for you to find one that goes well with your price range. All links are on the photos below!

SOLO $38.00

Zyllion $26.00

MEBAO $13.00

Jade roller
Everyone has heard of one and most likely you already have one! It’s a great option for something quick but, it doesn’t work quite as well as the first two. I love to leave this one in my mini-fridge and use it in the mornings when it’s cold. The coldness helps reduce any inflammation or redness. It’s great if you have a new breakout. A jade roller is also great for rolling over a sheet mask. It helps with the absorption of the product from the sheet mask. I love leaving a mask in the fridge that way it’s nice and cold when using. Then using a cold jade roller to help your skin feel fresh. I found three great options for you to check out down below. All photos are linked!

eDiva Jade Roller and Gua Sha Set $23.00

Roselyn Boutique $19.00

Lexi White Beauty $9.00

All three of the tools I mentioned above are great but, don’t underestimate the use of your own hands. Giving yourself a facial massage using your hands can also result in some amazing results. You need to start taking a few minutes in your day because the benefits are major. So tonight take some time for your skincare and wake up with glowy skin.

All the love,

Kamila Coellar

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