LUCY’S TOP TIPS

Relaxing DIY Facial Massage to aid relaxing and reduce stressExfoliate before using a face mask to get better results!  Try adding this into your skin care routine once a week AFTER you have cleansed, your skin will feel a lot smoother.  If you have dry, dull or normal skin this will be perfect for you!

Elemis Gentle rose exfoliator: This smoothing skin polish refines, revitalises and brightens. Use weekly to buff away dirt. £31

Elemis fruit active rejuvenating mask:  This will revitalise, brighten, nourish and restore a glowing complexion. Perfect before an occasion.  Leave on for 10-15 mins. £32

These elemis Facial oils are super lightweight, use them before your day cream, or just at night before your night cream! You can even mix them up. Use a different one for the morning and a different one for the evening.

PC Marine OilPro collagen marine oil:  This beautiful scented facial oil moisturises, nourishes, hydrates and most of all visibly reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. £65

Super food facial oil:  Great for dull & tired skin. This will nourish, smooth and hydrates. This oil feeds the skin for a healthy radiant glow. £45

Applying facial oils the right way is so important, so you can achieve the best results. Practising our facial massage routine will not only soften the muscles in the face but also help actives in the formulations penetrate the skin.

Here is our step by step guide:

STEP 1:  Apply 2-3 drops of your chosen oil into the palms of the hands. Warm and inhale the beautiful aroma. Cup hands and place on face, avoiding eyelids.

Belly laughs help to relieve stress and help relaxationSTEP 2:  Gently place hands onto the chin and sweep alternate hands along the jawline to the ears to stimulate the lymph system and help draw toxins away from the face.

STEP 3:  Glide hands to nose and glide across cheeks to the temple helping to give skin a lift and sculpt those cheekbones.

STEP 4:  Slide fingers under the eyes and the bridge of the nose and then to the forehead. Glide from the centre to the temples, smoothing out any expression lines as you go.

STEP 5:  Glide hands down the side of the face and apply pressure from the base of the neck to the tip of the chin using upward, sweeping strokes. The thin skin around the neck area can become dry and is prone to premature ageing. Using sweeping movements for application will help to lift the area to avoid a crepey, sagging appearance.

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