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The Effleurage Technique for Glowing Skin

The Effleurage Technique for Glowing Skin

Are you applying your products correctly? Your application method can impact the effectiveness of your products. Here's an easy technique you can follow that will allow you to get the most out of your skincare products, while enjoying the therapeutic benefits of facial massage. The effleurage technique, which consists of light stokes, will also aid in relaxation and help to reduce stress! 

effleurage technique Start off with a freshly cleansed and exfoliated face.  
Dispense 4-6 drops of serum into the palm of your hand. 
Smooth the serum over your hands and fingertips.
Gently sweep the serum along your face. Pay special attention to your eye area and brow bone. 
Gently tap the under eye area with your ring finger to allow the serum to absorb better.
Use your fingers to massage the area above your brow bone.
Don't forget to massage the serum onto your neck using a downward sweeping motion. 
Use the remaining serum to hydrate your décolleté.
Follow up with your favourite Graydon moistuirizer.
Appreciate your radiant looking self! 
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