5 acupressure points for beautiful skin

Did you know that practicing facial acupressure can promote healthier, more radiant skin, giving you a youthful and vibrant appearance? By targeting specific acupressure points, you can enhance blood circulation, leading to improved moisture retention, increased oxygenation, and enhanced collagen production in the skin.

Insufficient blood circulation to facial tissues often results in tired, dull-looking skin. But by incorporating simple acupressure techniques into your daily routine, you can revitalize your skin and achieve a natural glow in just five minutes, twice a day.

Let’s dive into my top 5 favorite DIY acupressure points, along with instructions on how to locate and stimulate them for optimal results:

Yintang (Third Eye Point): Located midway between the eyebrows, applying gentle pressure with your index finger for 60 seconds stimulates the pituitary gland, enhancing skin texture and reducing frown lines.

Stomach 3 (Juliao – Facial Beauty Point): Positioned directly below the pupil and level with the lower border of the nose, massaging this point with index fingers for 60 seconds helps diminish blemishes, improve skin tone, elasticity, and blood circulation.

Small Intestine 18 (Quanliao): Found directly below the outer corner of the eye in the dip below the cheekbone, pressing firmly for 60 seconds with any finger can rejuvenate the skin.

Gall Bladder 14 (Yangbai): Located one thumb-width directly above the middle of the eyebrow, this point helps smooth horizontal fine lines on the forehead and lift eyelids.

Stomach 36 (Zusanli): Situated 3 to 4 centimeters below the knee cap on the outer side of the shin bone, massaging this point aids in toning facial muscles and promoting overall energy flow in the body.

    Incorporate these simple acupressure techniques into your daily skincare routine and watch as your skin begins to radiate with health and vitality. Start today and discover the transformative power of facial acupressure!