Facials For Pampering Yourself – Is There More To It?

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Benefits of Facials: They release tension knots around the jaw and brow area. Massages can lower the levels of stress hormones and improve the emotional being. They can relieve chronic shoulder, back and neck pain. They allow the lymphatic system to release bacteria and viruses from the body more efficiently, increasing chances to fight off germs.

Curejoy Expert Dipti Mothay Explains:

Facials can do wonders with relaxation and pampering you. But there’s more to it! Giving facials is intimate. It is a strong responsibility combined with passion to nurture and care for the skin. In fact, it is similar to the tenderness and care of a mother. Facials can also help in emotional release.

Benefits of facials and massages:

Emotional Release:

The face holds a lot of tension, especially around the jaw and eyebrow area. Facials help release those knots. This can help making you feel less tense and more open to expression. It can change our bio-chemistry and lower our cortisol levels, the stress hormone. Massage therapies during a facial concentration on certain tension knots can release our tension and improve our physical and emotional well being. Facials can assist the mind and body in healing at a deeper level.

Relieve Chronic pain:

Facial massages can relieve shoulder, back and neck pain. This is a more healthier and holistic approach to relieving pain as compared to synthetic drugs.

Boosts Immunity:

Under stress, it’s harder for the body to fight against pathogens we’re generally exposed to on a regular basis. Facials can allow the lymphatic system to drain and release waste like bacteria and viruses from the body more efficiently, increasing our chances to fight off the germs we come in contact with as a part of our everyday lives.

Promote sleep:

Not only do facials relax our muscles, but also changes our hormone levels in a way that allows relaxation. Massage therapy has been linked to increased delta waves in the brain, which are connected to deeper, more restful sleep.