25 Apr FACE LIFT: MASSAGE ROUTINE
When it comes to your keeping your skin’s natural suppleness and glow, nothing beats going to the dermatologist. But on days when you really don’t have the time, you can work your own facial routine, and it’s just as relaxing and luxurious.
I used to always have facials before, but since discovering Sarah Chapman’s Skinesis Ultimate Cleanse on her YouTube channel, I’ve actually turned to doing it on my own at home, around three times a week as part of my night time routine. (Sarah Chapman is a well-respected London-based expert facialist.)
Here’s my massage routine.
1. First I apply the SARAH CHAPMAN SKINESIS ULTIMATE CLEANSE. It’s thicker than serum and a gel, but it’s not as heavy as a cream. You take a small dot of the product and gently massage it into your skin. And it smells amazing!
2. Then, using the SARAH CHAPMAN FACIALIFT, you work the product further into your skin. The facialift is a unique massage tool that you can use on your face. So you just play with it and roll it around your face. I usually do it until my face turns red. But don’t worry, it doesn’t hurt. In fact, it’s kind of relaxing.
You can even tap it around your face, and I roll it down my neck as well. The point is that you want to get blood flowing to the surface.
3. Then I use the LANCER MICROCURRENT POWER BOOST, which is a small tool that gives your skin a healthy electrical charge. The Power Boost gently stimulates the deep layers of skin where collagen and new cells are produced. In time, you’ll see that your skin becomes more toned and conditioned.
I had a facial done by Justin Hopkins in Barney’s, and he was the one who introduced this gadget to me. It helps to drain and tighten your skin. What he does with this – and what he taught me – is to actually submerge it in ice-cold water before use.
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