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4 Ways Your Skin Benefits From A Massage

Our mission at Daily Conceptsis helping you improve and maintain the health of your skin. Besides the wealth of exfoliating and purifying products in our inventory, there are many personal care techniques you can use to keep your skin looking and feeling young. One of our favorite techniques is a classic, the massage. Here are a few of the ways that a simple massage can help your skin.

Tension Relief

One of the main reasons people turn to a massage is to help ease stress and tension. Massages are exceptional for this, as they encourage muscles to relax, which in turn diminishes the circulation of cortisol, the stress hormone.

Reduce Wrinkles

A wonderful side effect of helping your muscles relax with a massage is that they will also release wrinkles that they’ve been holding, making past wrinkles less intense and prevent new wrinkles from forming and enduring.

Better Blood Flow

As soft tissue and muscle loosen with the aid of a massage, your blood is able to move more freely and easily, helping your skin receive that healthy “glow” people often refer to, and better allowing your blood to deliver nutrients throughout your body.


Before microbeads and special brushes, the best way to exfoliate your skin was with a good massage, and it’s still a tremendous way to loosen and remove dead skin, making the further and clean removal of dead and damaged skin all the easier.

Your team at Daily Concepts would always encourage getting a relaxing massage when the opportunity arises. And when you’ve been relaxed, the team here has everything you need to fortify and clean your your skin! Browseour selectiononline or visit one of the many locationsthat carries Daily Concepts products, and see for yourself what a difference we can make! Check our blog frequently as we’ll share more tips and tricks. Need more information? Don’t hesitate to contact us.

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