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Facial massage as a lifestyle

Facial massage as a lifestyle

Facial Massage as a Lifestyle for the Modern Woman  

Over the past few years, the pace of life has accelerated by a significant 20-30%, and on a daily basis, we encounter a wide range of emotions that not only impact our mental state but also manifest on our face. Emotions can be categorized as either transient, fleeting experiences that do not significantly contribute to wrinkle formation, or persistent emotions that lead to continuous tension in facial muscles, resulting in the development of expressive lines and creases.

But how exactly do emotions do this?

Repetitive exposure to negative emotions gradually leads to habituation and becomes ingrained in our daily routines. Consequently, our facial muscles involuntarily contract in response to these emotions, progressively solidifying into rigid formations known as muscle hypertonus.
Startlingly, statistics indicate that a staggering 80% of women exhibit signs of hypertonus in their facial muscles.
When we tirelessly work around the clock without allowing ourselves sufficient rest, our overall well-being begins to deteriorate. We become more prone to irritability, distraction, and heightened negativity towards minor setbacks. Remarkably, our muscles also respond to stress, albeit in a distinct manner.

Facial massage as a lifestyle

What is happening inside?

A persistent emotion triggers muscle spasms, constricts blood vessels, disrupts blood circulation and tissue oxygenation, leading to impaired lymphatic drainage. Consequently, facial proportions change, giving rise to wrinkles, creases, and swelling, among other manifestations. When confronted with such an issue, it is crucial to refrain from injecting and "paralyzing" the muscles, but rather to induce relaxation, a task that can only be accomplished through massage! By easing muscle tension, we aid in restoring their normal functionality, thereby diminishing facial wrinkles and creases.

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