FACE OIL, Oil for dry skin - improves skin turgor, increases moisture retention and facilitates its cleansing. It becomes smoother, fresher and more durable
The base oil is a mixture of olive phytosterols and four pure vegetable oils - jojoba, safflower, sesame and coconut.
The deep penetrating combination improves skin turgor and increases moisture retention. Facilitates the purification and excretion of toxins. The rose absolute and sandalwood essential oil dissolved in this base are traditionally used for dry skin. Geranium oil has a cleansing, refreshing and shrinking effect on the pores, while chamomile has a soothing and antiseptic effect. The skin becomes smoother, fresher and more resilient.
FACE OIL - AGE FOR DRY SKIN IKAROV Instructions for self-massage of the face, neck and décolleté
Apply your chosen oil on the décolleté, neck and face, starting with smooth horizontal movements from one shoulder to the other and vertical from the base of the neck to the chin, cheekbones, around the eyes and ending with the forehead.
Return to the décolleté and massage with rhythmic, medium-strong sliding movements for 2-3 minutes.
With the right hand, stroke the left half of the neck towards the chin, being careful not to touch the thyroid gland. Perform the movement a dozen times.
Place the three fingers of the hand so that the middle finger is exactly at the line of the wrinkles.
Massage with light circular motions from the outside to the inside of the neck along the line of each wrinkle. Repeat five times and finish with the stroking motion already shown to you. Do the same with the right half of the neck.
Stroke the cheeks with the three middle fingers, starting from the middle of the chin to the ears. Rub with light circular motions, tap with your fingertips and stroke again 5-6 times.
The lip-nose crease is a delicate and easily vulnerable part of the face, so be sure to massage it regularly. Start with stroking movements from the corner of the lips to the base of the nose, right along the line of the crease. Continue with circular motions, tapping and light pressure movements with the ring finger 5-6 times.
With the middle finger, stroke the nose from the nostrils to the base, rub with light circular motions, tap, stroke again and so on for 1-2 minutes.
The area around the eyes is the most tender and sensitive part of the face. To ensure her youth, daily care is needed. Here we offer you an easy and effective self-massage that will smooth the skin around the eyes, remove traces of fatigue and reduce dark circles and bags in this area.
Start with stroking movements with the ring fingers from the eyebrow along the eyebrows, to the temple, the end of the lower eyelid to the inner corner of the eye.
Along the same line, massage with light circular movements. Alternate stroking with circular movements for 2-3 minutes.
With the index finger and middle finger of one hand, fix the outer corner of the eye, and with the ring finger of the other, massage in a circle for 2-3 minutes.
Stroke again and lightly tap the lower eyelid.
For smooth forehead skin, we recommend alternating patting and stroking movements from the middle of the forehead to the temples and from the eyebrows to the hair.
If wrinkles have already formed on the forehead, fix them with the index and middle finger, and with the ring finger of the other hand, massage in a spiral along the line of the wrinkle.
Use your fingertips to pat the whole face, trying to keep the fingertips falling one after the other, not all at once. The tapping done increases the blood flow, improves the blood circulation and reflexively affects the nervous system.
Finish with light soothing movements along the lines of the whole face.