The collagen in your food strengthens and supports fascia tissue. Because fascia is formed of collagen fiber bundles, collagen is essential for its health and resilience.
Facial yoga may make you seem silly, but eyebrow rises, cheek lifts, and jaw clenches can tone and develop facial muscles and shape fascia.
Pressure on the face induces stem cell multiplication, which results in collagen synthesis and skin regeneration.
Working on connective tissue beyond your face and hairline to lift everything. Dry brushing, body gua sha, and other methods improve lymphatic drainage and expel cellular waste.
1. Wash your hands and remove makeup and other products. Apply a little facial oil to your face and neck.
2. Massage your forehead gently from the center to your hairline. Carefully sweep your fingers beneath your eyes from your inner nose to the outer corners of your eyes to massage the region surrounding your eyes.
3. Massage your cheeks with moderate upward strokes to lift and shape the face and pinch cheeks lightly to stimulate blood flow. Massage jawline tightness using fingertips and knuckles.
4. Relax and open your pores using a warm towel on your face for a few minutes.