10. Face Massage. When we look at what skin aging actually is coming from Eastern perspectives, it is a slowing down of the circulation of blood, otherwise known as "life force". When we age, our circulation of nutrient-rich blood slows down as well as detoxifying lymph which leads to an increasingly sluggish skin-cell turnover.
In those ways, the skin becomes more "stagnant." Breakouts are an accumulation of oil, sebum, excess protein, and debris under the skin. If it stays stagnant, the result is inflammation, which can result in rosacea, wrinkles, aged-looking skin, and acne. Stimulating lymph flow at your body's highest point, your head, helps the rest of it move as well.
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