Beauty is more than skin deep. It shows in a person's skin, how they feel inside, especially when they are stressed and having trouble sleeping.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that makes it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep. Many people can't get the seven to nine hours of sleep per night that experts say is best. Some people have insomnia for a few days or weeks, while other people have insomnia for months at a time.
Sleep is important for our own health and appearance. We can't cover up how we feel. It shows in our face whether we are happy, relaxed, or otherwise. Of course we want to show our best condition! Why wouldn't we want to feel that way?
If insomnia is your main problem, we have the answer for you! And it's as simple as getting yourself a facial massage every day at home. I bet you won't believe how different you will feel and look.
Facial Marma Therapy
Almost a quarter of the 108 marma points (where 72,000 nadis intersect) are found in the face. Therefore, massaging the face will target marma therapy that can help reduce inflammation, increase energy, and improve digestion.
Here's how to do it.
Grab your Kansa wand and Ayurvedic facial Kansa oil. Apply a generous amount of the oil on your face.
Starting on where your third eye chakra rests, work from the center of your forehead and around the eyes. outward and upward on the cheeks.
Right in the middle of our eyebrows is where the third eye chakra lies accordingly, so it is advised to start from there to stimulate it and activate the Marma points. Then work your way upwards, and to both sides of your forehead - eventually circling around your eye areas.
Firmly roll the Kansa wand's dome on your temple and then on the cheek area. Continue this in circular motion on each temple of your face at least seven times.
From your temple, place the Kansa wand on your cheek just near the bridge of your nose. Control the pressure from gentle, moderate to firm which should depend on your preference and needs. Massage your cheek area upwards leading back to your temple and ending in a quick twitch motion.
During this phase, include the area right above your jaw and around the mouth area.
Jawline and then the neck area:
After the mouth area, firmly massage your jawline upwards and then going down in downward motions on the both sides of your neck.
Start your Ayurvedic self-care journey now and incorporate this holistic massage with the Kansa wand by @kansaorganics to restore balance, stay healthy mentally & physically, and live a mindful lifestyle.
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Over centuries, the practice of Ayurvedic wellness has proven to result in a more rejuvenated body, mind and spirit, thus nurturing mindfulness and stronger immunity.
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