In presenting the Acupressure techniques I practice daily for wellness, I feel inspired to show you the Acupressure “Facial Beauty” point so you’ll look your best. This point tones the facial muscles and increases blood and energy circulation throughout your face. That means it’s a gateway for both the Qi or Chi (the life force) and also the blood to flow freely. This is one major reason why the Acupressure Face Lift works.
This master Facial Beauty Acupressure point (St 3) is located at the bottom of the cheekbone (maxilla), directly underneath the pupil.
More Benefits of St 3: This point has many tremendous health benefits.
Sinus Problems: It relieves a stuffy nose, nasal congestion, and the pressure or pain associated with sinus difficulties.
Toothache & Eye Pain or Irritation: I use this point for tooth pain, eye ache, eye irritation, and swelling around your eyes. I have even used this point successfully on a client for facial paralysis.
With aging, the connective tissue is weakened, resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin. Acupressure facial points both tone and relax facial muscles and strengthen the connective tissue, which attaches the skin to the muscles.
Learn to Combine Facial Exercises with More Points: If you want to learn Self-Acupressure to manage wrinkles, premature aging, sagging skin, and facial blemishes, check out my Acu-Face Lift Beauty Workbook (printed booklet or eBooklet). It includes 10 facial exercises, which are fully illustrated with 20 photos and many line drawings.
It also includes extra sections on Headache Relief, Acne Relief, Sinus Relief, and Jaw Problems.
The effectiveness of these facial techniques — using Acupressure points, deep breathing, and facial exercises — results from combining these complementary self-treatment practices.
Go for greater health and beauty!