Massage Routines
Face, Head & Neck

Face Head & Neck Massage


Massage 2-3 times a week for 5-10 minutes.

Facial Massage is a complementary self-treatment to help reduce facial pain.

Facial Massage Routine

  1. Wash your face, neck and hands before you begin.

  2. Check for contraindications

  3. Gently rub plenty of facial oil over your face, Neck and Shoulders. A good facial massage routine will include elements of neck and shoulder massage in the routine

Face Massage with the Massage Mitts

It is designed to be a gentle non-invasive approach to looking younger by releasing tight fascial tissue, increasing tissue oxygenation and localised blood flow.

It works primarily by freeing constrictions both within the facial muscles and in the connective tissue.

Tension can build up within our facial muscles from the pressures of everyday life without us realising it. It can be easy for certain thoughts and emotions to become habitual, locking themselves into expressions on our faces - sometimes over the duration of a whole lifetime. Under such conditions muscles can actually “dry up” and contract, inhibiting freedom of expression. This can encourage ageing and the formation of wrinkles as the face loses its muscle tone and elasticity and begins to sag.

Through gentle massage of the face, we can help to delay the ageing process and make you more relaxed to deal with the stress of daily living.

This is achieved by using simple massage techniques and energy balancing, thereby giving the facial muscles a lift and a new lease of life.

Facial Pain can be caused by but not limited to:

  • Muscle spasm
  • Scar tissue
  • Tension Headaches
  • Sinusitis
  • Trigeminal neuralgia (nerve pain)
  • Temporomandibular (TMJ) joint dysfunction
  • Bell's palsy

Benefits of Face Massage

  • massage-mitt-icon

    Improves the overall appearance of the skin

  • massage-mitt-icon

    Increases localised tissue oxygenation and blood circulation

  • massage-mitt-icon

    Promote sinus and lymphatic drainage

  • massage-mitt-icon

    Reduce pain

  • massage-mitt-icon

    Reduce the appearance of scar tissue, fine lines and wrinkles

Please remember to read our suggested contraindications and precautions before you begin, if in any doubts please consult with your Health Care Professional

How to Put the Massage Mitts on


Apply massage oil to area you wish to massage. If your skin is dry you may need two coverings of oil. Rub the excess oil around your hand so the mitts glide onto your hands. Massage each body section for about 5-10 mins

An alternative is to use them in the shower or bath with you usual shower and bath products. Wet the skin then apply the soap or shower gel, gentle massage the chosen area on the body for 2-5 minutes then wash the soap off.

Other Massage Routines


Forearm &




Healed Scar


Ankle &

Massage Mitt Resources


Design Features

The massage mitts are designed and patented GB2543361 by a qualified state registered chartered physiotherapist.
The flexibility of the mitts makes it easy to follow the contours of the body...



The massage mitts provide the ultimate relaxation massage, to help you unwind and de-stress. Reduce the appearance of cellulite, improve skin tone and texture and promote healing and flexibility by stimulating...


The Simple Science

The Massage Mitts provide an increased textured surface area to improve sensory data for the brain to decode and reprogram the congested or altered configerations of the soft tissue within...


How to Use

When used, even for just a few minutes three times a week, you will feel the reduction of soft tissue tension and physical stress that has accumulated in your body.
The mitts can be used In the shower and bath with shower gel or a capful of oil...


Massage Techniques

Use the Massage Mitts with the simple massage techniques of stroking and effleurage, gentle kneading, wringing and skin rolling. You can also include deeper soft tissue, sport massage, compression, pressure and squeezing techniques...


Massage Routines

Massage Mitts have a host of benefits for different parts of the body. Massage routines include face, head and neck, joint massage, abdominal/visceral massage and leg, thigh and calf. Other massage routines include the...