Secret #6: #laceysskincaresecrets ROSE QUARTZ STONES + FACIAL MASSAGE. While I sit on my couch at night watching TV, I massage my face with a rose quartz crystal. We use our facial muscles constantly and rarely give them any attention. Massaging gives muscles a chance to relax, it brings fresh blood & oxygen to the tissue, stimulates collagen production & strengthens elastin, reduces puffiness & fluid retention, and refreshes contours. Also, we can have muscle knots in our face - just like other parts of our body! Working out those knots is necessary! What I like best about Facial Massage is that it is our best fight against gravity. By keeping muscles tight, toned, flexible, and alive, they cling tightly to the bone; on the flip side, muscles that have been neglected or abused are more likely to loosen their connection to the bone and...slip. So..., while I'm watching TV, I hold my crystal like I would a "skipping rock" and start at the center of my face and press the crystal into a muscle, then slide it along the muscles towards my ear, and then down along my hairline, and then down the side of my neck (this moves fluid towards the lymph nodes). I pay special attention to my eyebrows, under my eyes, cheek bones, forehead, jawline, and under my jaw line. I also use the crystal on my forearms (hello. Knots). WHY ROSE QUARTZ? First, Because I love pink, but more importantly because it is the stone of unconditional love and beauty and this is the perfect energy for self love & care. Also, many ancient cultures believe Rose Quartz can heal blemishes, skin conditions, and acne...and I figure...why not believe? When you first start facial massage you may feel sore the first few days. After awhile you will love it. The crystals will be ON SALE ON THE WEBSITE BY 12:00 PST today! Ps: keep your crystal on your coffee table, that way you never have to go get it. Also, you DO have time for this...in a culture who has time to binge watch tv, we can massage our faces at the same time!
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