MAS­SAGE

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

We are so well versed in the im­por­tance of reg­u­lar mas­sage that we in­cor­po­rate it read­ily into our daily rit­u­als. When cleans­ing, we use light sweep­ing strokes for lym­phatic drainage; we use oils and balms with deep-mus­cle mas­sage to lift and firm; and when we’re stressed or tired, sooth­ing cir­cu­lar mo­tions pep us up. A touch of man­ual ma­nip­u­la­tion can to­tally trans­form list­less, lank tresses—boost­ing blood sup­ply, in­creas­ing oxy­gen up­take and en­sur­ing de­liv­ery of vi­tal nu­tri­ents to the hair fol­li­cles. Make time be­fore sham­poo­ing to mas­sage the scalp us­ing the fin­ger­tips, ap­ply­ing firm pres­sure and a spe­cific treat­ment such as Sis­ley Ex­tract for Hair and Scalp. Just a few mo­ments each day will ac­tively en­cour­age the growth of strong, glossy hair.

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