Rachel Nall began writing in 2003. She is a former managing editor for custom health publications, including physician journals. She has written for The Associated Press and “Jezebel,” “Charleston,” “Chatter” and “Reach” magazines. Nall is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Tennessee.
Not all wrinkle remedies come from a bottle or a surgeon’s scalpel. Facial massage can be an alternative way to stimulate circulation and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, according to Elle Canada. Knowing different methods of facial massage can help you find a technique that works for you.