Wrinkles on the mouth and neck is the subject of this guide. Special attention is paid to facial massages, which you can try on yourself. We hope that it will help you reduce the wrinkles on your mouth and neck.
With the help of a wrinkle injection, wrinkles are reduced and the skin is visually rejuvenated. Botox (abbreviation for botulinum toxin A) is usually the drug of choice.
In the second part (first part here) of this online massage course against wrinkles in the face and eyes, we want to turn to the eyes, mouth and neck area.
For the eye massage, I advise you to use an eye wrinkle cream. Liver oil ointment is particularly suitable for this, but unfortunately it is reluctant to use because of its strong smell. Please only use enough cream so that your fingers can slide easily.
We initiate the eye massage with the large cleaning handle (see Part 1: Wrinkles under the eyes and on the face). We then lightly stroke the eyes three times, staying under the eyebrows. Then we make very small circles around the eyes with the middle fingers. But please be very careful so that the skin is neither pushed nor pushed.
Then we circle the eyes three times with light strokes and the next time we tap the lower eye area with the middle fingers, but again stroke the upper part below the browbones. We also repeat this grip three times and finally lead the hands past the nose over the forehead to the temples, where we go backwards with a small circle.
This process seems a little complicated, but it is a very good massage for the eyes, which often show wrinkles early on. Also important is the mouth, which we take alternately from left to right between the ring and middle finger and then stroke it out, always fixing one side. Then we pluck the upper and lower lip. Always let your thumb and forefinger swing easily and loosely. You can also perform this grip every day, it is very suitable for strengthening the muscles.
Since we are at the mouth area, we take another look at the nasal fold. To do this, we put the middle fingers to the nose and move down the crease to the corners of the mouth with light, vibrating movements. There we tilt the fingers so that the nail surfaces are at the corners of the mouth and let the fingers snap upwards. This exercise serves to raise the corners of the mouth as much as possible.
Schematic representation to compare young skin and old skin with wrinkles. Click to enlarge.
Before we proceed to the neck massage, we treat the whole face again. To relax, we first perform the large cleaning handle. Then we take the backs of the hands up and hit the fingers very lightly and loosely under the chin, going from the center of the chin to the ears and back again.
Anyone who does not have a strong blood supply or hypersensitive skin can also perform this grip over the cheek area. You beat from the corners of the mouth to the ears, from the nose to the temples and back again.
For all skin types, this is followed by plucking the temples. We pluck - again very gently and gently - with our ring fingers at the temples from the eyes backwards. At the end of the facial, we perform the large cleansing grip several times.
Now let's turn to the neck. You can sometimes see the neck being stroked from top to bottom. This grip, while looking nice, is wrong. When massaging the neck area you have to stroke with the course of the split lines, i.e. from ear to ear, from left to right and vice versa. We go deeper and deeper from the chin.
Please also include the décolleté area or the breast in the massage. After this stroke, parallel shifts are made on the skin. The hands go up and down alternately, from ear to ear and down the whole neck from the chin. As a reassurance, we then paint again in the course of the split lines.
This is followed by the “tulip”, a handle that you already know from cleaning. The chin is supported in the hands and we then stroke the ball of the thumb along the edge of the chin. With the back of the hand we then describe a circle under the chin, which we start in the middle of the chin, then we pull the hands backwards.
Then we knock again vigorously with the back of the hand under the chin. You can also hit the chin with the overlapping index and middle fingers. Have your fingers flicked off against your chin once. Then we rub it out again from left to right, make a “tulip” to strengthen it and thus end the massage.
Every part of the face has been worked through well in this way, the skin has absorbed the cream, and we can follow up with a compress treatment, mask or pack.