Jennifer Aniston’s Facialist Uses This Tool to Massage Facial Muscles ‘Like Dough’

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“The most important part of a facial is always the massage [technique],” Czech said. “It’s all about treating the facial muscles like dough — digging into the muscle and grasping it. It stimulates the blood flow. The blood carries oxygen to your skin which brightens it straight away, while creating micro-swelling in the muscle which means that everything you apply afterwards penetrates much easier because the skin is warmed up.”