7 Anti Aging Acupressure Points | Face Lift Massage For A Youthful Look

7 Anti Aging Acupressure Points | Face Lift Massage For A Youthful Look

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Taking care of your face and skin is of primary importance to maintain a glowing and younger healthier look.

Dabbing expensive creams on your face does not actually make your skin look younger. It is essential to learn how to apply them properly and help your skin absorb the oils and creams by massaging them well.

One way of doing this is by implementing an anti aging acupressure points face lift massage in your daily routine.

In today´s post I will share with you a simple procedure that will help you delay skin aging.

Why Do We Get Wrinkles And How To Delay Aging?

As we age we produce less collagen, the skin gets thinner and dryer and are less flexible. The muscles and tissues also tend to weaken. As a result we start getting aging signs on the skin;

  • wrinkles
  • creases
  • dryness
  • coarseness
  • sagging
  • puffiness

Wrinkles also form with repetitive facial expressions, when frowning, laughing, thinking etc.

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When you are constantly stressed you will get more wrinkles and by time a cranky look and massaging is required to release those tight muscles and regain that relaxed and youthful look.

We can also delay the aging process with a healthy lifestyle, that is; avoid bad diet, alcohol, smoking, direct sun exposure during peak hours without protection, and get more quality and restful sleep.

Consider acupressure as a daily skin care facial routine to reach deeper skin layering and maintain elasticity and firmness.

What Is Acupressure Therapy?

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Acupressure is a traditional Chinese technique whereby you put light pressure on energy points on all your body. The method is safe and effective and it regulates and opens the channel lines through which the energy flows.

Acupressure works in the same way as acupuncture but without the use of needles.

Acupressure points on the face stimulate the body organs just like feet reflexology and hand reflexology points. This is also great for face rejuvenation as you are moving the qi positive energy.

You can stimulate the pressure points using your fingers or a face massage tool.

Anti Aging The Natural Way With Acupressure

Skin massaging provides an efficient anti aging approach. There are various ways of doing a facial massage.

Acupressure can be regarded as one of the alternative and non medical method for face rejuvenation. Little research has been carried out so far and there are no proven scientific results as anti aging method, however revitalising the facial muscles whilst releasing tension does make the face look more Juvenal.

The lymph moves the toxins and waste from the body system. If there is no circulation the lymph becomes stagnant in our body and we start getting eye bags etc. With the help of the massage we are moving the sluggish lymph fluids and restore the natural flow of fluids around the neck and face.

5 Minutes Daily Acupressure Procedure

Here is a simple 5 minutes acupressure face lift massage.

All you need is to dedicate 5 minutes daily, either in the morning when you are putting on your creams or make up, else in the evening before you go to bed. When you manage to do this on a daily basis you will get excellent results in a short time.

Should you have the time you can extend this massage to 10-15 minutes for quicker results. Then doing this twice a week is sufficient. This method will help to tighten and firm the skin by activating the facial muscles.

The procedure may vary. This is a typical routine that I do whenever I have the chance. However, there is no rigid rule on the sequence, as by practicing you will realise what is the best technique for you and which part of the face may require more attention. Then adjust the sequence accordingly.

Do the acupressure massage on a clean face, without make up.

Use light and gentle strokes, small circular movements or put light pressure with your thumb or index fingers on the points mentioned below. This latter method is literally a press and release touch. You do not have to push hard as even with a slight touch you can stimulate the energy flow.

Do the massage consciously and give it a loving touch. Releasing facial tension feels really good.

If possible, take a selfie before and after, and you can notice some difference, a softened look on your face, even from the first application.

Please note; you are stimulating blood flow, so if your face becomes red do not worry, as it is normal.


So to start with, the 5-minute routine.

Take a couple of deep breaths, move your head from the left side to the right side and stretch the neck muscle. Put a little oil on the palm of your hands, warm it up by rubbing your hands together and then wipe it lightly on your face. You can also use your favourite face cream instead of oils.

Now it is time to start the acupressure massage.

Face And Neck Acupressure Points – Facial Massage For Wrinkles

What you should focus on;

The following acupressure points are to be massaged to enhance blood circulation.

1. Frown lines in between the eyes; you can start with this point by applying the press and release technique. Repeat 10 times. Then continue with the forehead.

2. Forehead lines; scalp and forehead points will help to reduce the wrinkles on the forehead. These points are also good to relief stress, fatigue, get rid of persistent headache and improve blood circulation.

Slide your three middle fingers from the middle part of your forehead to the sides with both hands at the same time. Repeat 10 times. Now go back to the eye area.

3. Crow´s feet on the outer edge of the eyes; massage the point on the outside of the eyes in circular movement. Repeat 5 times. Continue below the eyes.

4. Puffy eyes and dark circles; the acupressure point is to be found under the eyes, in the middle part. Press and release 5 times. This is a tender area. Apply light pressure.

5. Smile lines; points on each side of the base of the nose, also very helpful for sinus congestion. Do little circular movements on each side with both index fingers simultaneously.

Now slide your index fingers from the corners of your mouth to the nostrils in upward movement, following the crease line. Repeat 5 times.

6. Chin wrinkles; Support your chin with both thumbs and walk your index fingers from the middle point on your chin to the sides whilst pinching lightly.

7. Neck wrinkles; massage along the collar bone area in light upward and outward strokes about 10 times. This is a great lymph draining massage.

Additional bonus acupressure points for lymph flow are;

3 points on the eyebrows. Press on both edges and the middle part. You can use the 3 index, middle and ring finger at once.

Ears. Massaging the whole ear reflexes the whole body organs. The point in the hollow area at the bottom behind the ear is pressed for lymph flow.

 

Here´s a great video I found. The lady shows a different way of working with pressure points which is also very good. I tend to use a combination of light upward strokes, circling massages and press and release techniques.

Hope you like it. Enjoy!

Benefits Of Acupressure Massage

  1. It is free and will cost you nothing
  2. you can do it at the comfort of your home and using your own favourite face products
  3. you will see results from the very first week
  4. firming and lifting muscles of the face
  5. relieves muscular and facial tension
  6. stimulates the skin to produce its own collagen
  7. get better sleep
  8. control of anxiety
  9. better circulation
  10. lifting, firming and toning the skin
  11. detoxifies
  12. helps the sinuses
  13. refreshes and makes the face glow
  14. relaxes

Rejuvenation Results

This anti aging acupressure points face lift massage can particularly help you achieve a relaxed look on your face if you tend to; clench your teeth when sleeping, frown during the day, purse your lips and do lots of facial expressions.

Some skin types are lucky as they are wrinkle free genetically, but the majority of skins unfortunately get wrinkled by time.

Acupressure increases the blood circulation significantly.

Though you can never get rid of all wrinkles, nonetheless you can always exhibit a more relaxed and better skin complexion on the face simply by adding the acupressure method in your daily regime.

I am almost sure this method has been applied to you at some point, if and when you go for a facial or massage. I´d love to hear your expereince and your views about this acupressure face lift procedure.

Always keep Healthy & Happy

Marisa

www.mybestessentials.com – Beauty & Wellness

Sources;

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3583892/ Skin anti aging strategies


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28 thoughts on “7 Anti Aging Acupressure Points | Face Lift Massage For A Youthful Look

  1. You can imagine what I’m doing here while reading your article. I’m holding my face, following the arrows in the diagram, I am applying massage and pressure on the energy points of my head. And you know what? Just by the feeling I got, I feel like I’m healed of the stress that’s bothering me. Thanks for this acupressure lecture. It feels like there’s a sudden rush of blood on the area and knowing that those blood rushing in also carry nutrients, I feel rejuvenated.

    1. Hi, that is lovely news. I tend to do the same when I see or read something I do like, especially if it has to do with massaging. I think we should dedicate some time even during our working day to take care of our face and skin. Keep rejuvenating. Cheers! Marisa

  2. wow Marisa,thank you so much for your article.This is surely a treasure chest and deserves to be bookmarked!Before I was mixing up accupunture and accupressure. I do not like needles, so I will pamper myself by doing the exercises you suggested. Who want to get older? Not me! I will share your website to friends.Thank you!

    1. Hi Eva, many thanks for writing and for sharing. I´m happy you found the information useful. I love the self pampering and I am always trying things out. Marisa

  3. It’s good to see that a simple procedure will help delay skin aging. It’s pretty wild to think that facial expressions such as frowning, laughing and thinking can generate wrinkles over time. Laughter is a good medicine so it’s also nice to know that one doesn’t have to give up laughing in order to stymie the wrinkling. I’ve heard some interesting things about acupuncture but honestly not too much about acupressure, so this information is really helpful. One thing that always made me timid about acupuncture was all the needles. It looked like something straight out of the movie Hellraiser. I think it’s great that acupressure does the same thing sans the needles. Your video is really helpful and I can’t wait to try this out. I’ll share your post with some friends as well. Great post and keep up the good work!

    1. Hi, thank you for sharing your insight. It is always good to know where to locate the acupressure points and massage whenever you get the chance. Of course we should never give up on laughter. Check this out

  4. I have just realised that I’m actually getting old as I’m sure the process can start at less than 30 and I’m already 21 hahaha should I be worried already. Anyways I’m really desperate to make sure I’ll still be looking as fresh when I start getting old. What I liked about Acupressure is that it is natural and there are no needles and it takes 5 minutes only. When do you think I should get started with this massage? Should i do it to prevent or to remove wrinkles?

    1. Hi Donny, you are still very young but hey, who does not like pampering. Good maintenance from young age means longevity so do treat yourself if you feel and have the time for it. 30 is usually the age when we start the reverse process and the skin loses elasticity. Thank you for writing. 

  5. Hello Marisa!

    Thank you so much for sharing this article on the 7 anti aging acupressure points. It such an amazing thing to see that I can do face lift massage for a youthful look without having to use any kind of cream whatsoever. It’s really looks interesting to me. I watched the video, it’s great. I also saved this page for reading again some other time.

    Best regards!

  6. Before reading your post, I always thought about acupressure just in relation to health issues, like to help you release pain. It was interesting for me to read how we can use it to fight aging too.

    I will try it, because 5 minutes out of my day is nothing in comparison to what I can gain. I appreciate that you added video instructions, I find it easier to follow the steps when I see it in a video.

    Thank you! 🙂 

    1. Hi Katja, glad you have enjoyed the video, and yes, massage can work miracles for fine lines and wrinkles and if you do it frequently it will strengthen the face muscles. Thank you for reading my article. 

  7. Hello Marissa, knowing the human anatomy can help a lot in doing things like acupuncture, and this acupressure. I have only tried acupuncture once and I know the feeling of relief i got after the process and that gives me so much interest I’m trying acupressure too. Since this is very much doable on your own, i would try the process on myself to get the feel of relief. Best regards

    1. Hi, acupressure works on the same energy points and meridians, just like acupuncture. I hope you will enjoy the self-massage as it does feel good on the face and skin. Thank you for writing. 

  8. Hi Marisa, thank you very much for a great article about ACUPRESSURE POINTS. After reading your article I sent the article link to my wife, she read the article and very impressed by watching the video. She already markdown some points on her diary. I hope you will publish more useful articles in future.

    1. Hi, thank you for sharing with your wife. I’m happy she liked it. We all love ideas to look better, younger and healthier. 

  9. The face is also an important part of the body because it always appears first when someone takes a look at you, so it’s very important to keep it wrinkle-free and not having the stress look we get from not having enough rest. Much natural care process to care for your face should be appreciated and acupressure is a very nice one anyone can self engage in for that young look always. Thank you Marissa.

    1. Hi Bella, I agree as the face and neck is always bare and the skin is constantly exposed to harmful UV sun rays, pollution etc., so we have to take care of it even more. Have a good evening. 

  10. Hi Marisa,

    Thanks a lot for the informative and helpful article.

    My aunt practice Acupressure and often she talks about it’s benefits. The best thing about acupressure is there is no side effects. I love natural ways and natural remedies so Acupressure means a lot to me.

    I got helpful insights from your article and it’s a great walk-through. I am going to practice it and while reading the article itself I did it by watching the video and I felt relaxed, also, felt sleepy. I am having dark circles and I am planning to implement what I learned from your article.

    Really amazed at the benefits of Acupressure Massage and the video you embedded is super helpful in my understanding. Planning to share your article with my aunt and she will love it. 

  11. Hello there thanks for putting out this article it a very nice one,not until now I never knew that one could do face lift massage for a youthful look without having to use any kind of cream whatsoever. It’s really looks interesting to me. I watched the video, it’s great. I will also bookmark this page for so I could show some of my friends.

    1. Hi and thank you for writing and sharing. Massage is always very good for the skin, especially for the face, as you improve the blood circulation. It’s good to use a little bit of cream or oil so you don’t pull on the skin. 

  12. Hello there thanks for this awesome article,I’ve heard some interesting things about acupuncture but honestly not too much about acupressure, so this information is really helpful. One thing that always made me timid about acupuncture was all the needles. It looked like something straight out of the Chinese movies.thanks ones again I would save this article for later reading

    1. Hi David, I’ve never tried acupuncture on my face. I’ve seen it on video but I’m not sure if I am brave enough though I have tried acupuncture on my back and it was ok. Acupressure works the same way but without needles. Thank you for writing. 

  13. The biggest problem I have is on my forehead. I have a few wrinkles and they can’t seem to go away at all. I’ll try this method and I hope it will make it better. 

    Thanks for the video, by the way. It’s way easier to understand what to do if I see it instead of just reading about it!

    1. Hi Alicia, you are most welcome and hope you find it useful. If you do it regularly you should see some improvement. Thank you for writing. 

  14. I like that the routine is so short; I won’t have a problem with keeping up with it. I tried it this morning and I did feel more relaxed – also a little giddy, I felt a little happier for some reason. I think I’ll be doing right before sleeping, as well.

    Your video is very helpful, by the way. Thank you, Marisa!

    1. Hi Kate, I’m glad you did the massage. It’s pretty easy and it only takes a short while, and we do get benefit out of it. Thank you for letting me know. 

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