Adapting facial massage
a) mature = be extra gentle, outwards and upwards movements, skin may tend to stay in position you move it to so nothing really pulling.
It asks about adapting a facial massage for a)young skin b)dry skin c)oily skin and finally d)mature skin. i'm ok with everything else, but this has.
How would you adapt a facial massage for the following skin types?
Description:This is just part of the article. Want the complete story, plus a host of other cutting-edge articles to make your job easier? Login or sign up! Massage, particularly facial massage, is one of the most pleasurable and intimate aspects of topical facial treatments; however, it is about more than just feeling good. By identifying the best ways to use facial massage in a therapeutic manner; learning which skin issues benefit the most from massage; and discussing the many ways implementing results-focused massage techniques can increase revenue and repeat client visits, the skin care professional can better use this method of treatment on a daily basis. Increasing the benefits of facial massage Focusing less on specific massage techniques—such as effleurage, tapotement and friction—and more on light manipulations designed to increase blood flow and cellular oxygenation will allow for more deliberate and consistent treatment.