How Four Easy Massages Can Help You Fight Acne
Acne and Female Hormones, Part 2!
Today, we introduce some pressure point massages that are effective in dealing with acne.
You may be thinking, “What? Healing acne through massages?”
Firstly, what is pressure point massaging?
Pressure point massaging, or Pressure Point Reflexology, is an ancient healing method used in Oriental medicine, with focus on pinpointing channels of water, energy and blood etc. Our bodies have 365 pressure points, with the ability to improve various health issues in our bodies.
So, within those 365 pressure points, there are many that are able to increase the female hormones!
But why does pressure point massaging increase female hormones?
By applying pressure to these points, stagnation of water, energy and blood can be cleared. Pressure point massages allow the circulation systems in our bodies to be smooth, allowing females hormones to be carried to various parts of the body where they are needed.
Furthermore, massaging pressure points sends a signal to the hypothalamus parts of our brains, which controls our production of hormones, thus encouraging more production of female hormones.
Therefore, pressure point massaging is a method to increase female hormones.
Here is the video link to learn how to do the four pressure points massages, or continue with the article below!
Pressure Points Effective For Female Hormones and Against Adult Acne
Do try them out as you read through them!
Effect: Encourages Metabolism, Encourages Skin Renewal
This pressure point is known to improve how our large intestines work and improve our metabolism rates. By ensuring that our large intestinal processes are working well, it is able to tackle acne and unhealthy skin.
Position: The cavity at where the bones of the index finger and the thumb meet, slightly towards the index finger.
Using the thumb of the other hand, rub in circular motions.
Effect: Acne, Unhealthy Skin, Constipation, Diarrhea etc.
This pressure point is able to control inflammation and strengthen immunity systems, thus it can relieve skin inflammation and rashes.
Position: Bend you arms. Locate the end of the folds of your skins, and the cavity located.
Straighten your arm before pressing on this pressure point.
Effect: Hormonal Secretion Control, Sustained Concentration
Not only does this help with controlling hormonal secretion, it also keeps our bodies in check and retains the moisture in our skins. It is also known as a “special attack pressure point” because of its effectiveness against nauseousness felt on the mornings of menstruation, and against menopause disorders, and is considered an ally of females.
Position: On the side of the tip of the ring finger, near the base of the nail.
Clasping the point with your index finger and thumb, rub the index finger over the spot in circular motions for about 30 times.
Effect: Hormonal Secretion Control, Menstruation Disorders etc.
Kirai is near the womb, and is considered good for the internal organs connected to the womb. In fact, it is able to stimulate the production of female hormones within the ovaries (estrogen and progesterone), which has the effects of beautifying skin and breast size enhancement.
Position: Measure 4 fingers below the belly button, and 2 fingers to the left and right.
Kirai is a delicate pressure point. Be sure to press lightly with warm hands.
These are the four pressure points we have introduced today. It’s not easy to improve many parts our lifestyles. But dealing with acne, massaging pressure points can be done in anytime, anywhere and not costing a cent, is something that even I can continue easily. (^^)
In recent years, the method of using moxibustion to gradually warm the pressure points has gotten quite popular in Japan. There is a sharp rise in “Moxi Girls”, who use this method for beauty and diet purposes. This rise of pressure point reflexology as part of daily life is proof that there are a number of females who believe in “achieving beauty from within”.
Do give today’s massages a try, alright? Let’s become women who “achieved beauty from within”.
Till next time!