Where Beauty Ritual Meets
When people ask me what I use on my skin, my response is always – to look good, you gotta feel good.
As an acupuncturist, bodyworker, and holistic esthetician, I’ve tried it all – lasers, peels, gua sha, jade rollers, vampire facials, you name it, I’ve tried it.
No amount of botox, fillers, or expensive natural face oils will give you a radiant glow if you have tension in your face.
Like the rest of your body, your face is subject to repetitive stress patterns.
Think about how often you furrow your brows, squint in bright sunlight, how intensely you chew, and whether you habitually clench your jaw.
Then add all the hours spent straining your eyes looking at your computer or mobile device.
This repetitive stress tightens muscles in your face, neck, and head, causing the bones of the skull to contract in rigid positions. Ouch!
This unrelenting tension often leads to headaches, temporomandibular jaw pain, chronic sinus problems, eyestrain, loss of skin elasticity, and even premature wrinkles. Not so pretty, eh?
DIY Face Lifting With YBR Face Ball
So, how do you remove built-up tension from your head, neck, face, eyes, nose, mouth, jaw, and ears?
Roll it out.
After you roll your face with the YBR Face Ball, the increased circulation and blood flow give you a rosy glow.
In addition, your fine lines and wrinkles plump with the added cellular hydration. Your muscles become relaxed, defined, lifted, and toned. The result – Your whole face and head feel alive.
And that’s just on the outside.
But that’s not all – YBR Face Ball exercises work magic beyond the skin, deep into your fascia, muscles, tendon, ligaments, and bones.
YBR Face Ball gets to the source of your pain.
Roll in the morning to release that tight jaw you’ve been clenching all night.
The ball opens sinus congestion so you can breathe through your nose and increase your nitric oxide levels. (read a whole blog post about it here.)
Give yourself a cranial massage and say goodbye to headaches and neck tension that builds up during your day.
Roll the meridians on your face and head to boost qi and energy flow – no needles required
Face Fitness With YBR Face Ball
Start now to experience Yamuna Face Ball – the ultimate self-care facial rejuvenation technique where beauty rituals meet pain relief.
Let me show you exactly how to exercise with YBR Face Balls. I have more than 30 + years of experience as a Master YBR Trainer,
Holistic Esthetician, Structural Bodyworker, and Acupuncture Physician.
Feel the glow after a single session of YBR Face Ball – your eyes more relaxed and open, your brows lifted, your cheekbones more defined, and your whole face rejuvenated and pain-free.
Once you experience the difference in your face when it’s truly relaxed, you’ll want to incorporate Yamuna Face Ball into a daily self-care routine – I do.
Ready To Roll Your Face?
Improves your skin elasticity and muscle tone for a natural facelift.
Deeply releases tension and stress from repetitive strain in your face, neck, and shoulders.
Faster healing post-surgery and helps reduce scar tissue.
Aids lymphatic drainage and reduces congestion for a more radiant-looking complexion.
Stimulates acupuncture meridians and acupuncture points to boost qi flow.
How great do you want to look and feel? For the best results, daily use is encouraged. Even five minutes a day can offer fast relief.
Facial gua sha — where you glide a contoured stone tool or jade roller across your skin — has grown in popularity as a beauty treatment on social media over the last few years.
As an Acupuncture Physician, I’ve used Gua sha and jade rolling. The technique’s been a part of Chinese medicine for centuries to move the body’s flow of “Qi” (or energy) and relieve muscle pain and tension.
The difference is the YBR Face Ball is safer, softer, and less invasive, so you can sink to the ligaments and bone to lift muscles and release impact and tension.
I use the YBR Face Ball as an excellent non-needle treatment to stimulate Qi and acupuncture points on the face.
You just don’t get the same detailed results massaging your face with a piece of jade or rose quartz as with YBR Face Ball.
I always suggest washing your face or using a facial cleansing cloth to remove excess dirt and oil from the skin and prevent slipping.
After rolling is a perfect time to use your favorite serum and moisturizer. Your glowing skin will soak it up.
It’s okay for blemish-prone skin; it may even help. However, don’t roll if you’re experiencing cystic acne or open lesions on the face. Once healed, it is safe
The balls are made from high-quality PVC (vinyl) and are free from harmful chemicals such as Phthalates, Latex, Lead, and BPA.
Wash your Face ball with mild skin-friendly soap and water before each use. Thoroughly dry your ball before rolling your face.