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June 12, 2020 2 min read

Ohana will be hosting a Facial Fitness Class with Jaclyn on Monday, 29 June at 7 PM (BST). This will be hosted on IG (@ohanacbd). To prep for the class here are a few things you'll want to know and products you may need. We will be using our Night Repair Oil for the practice.

All products will be launching 22 June! Join our waitlist to be the first to find out when we're officially launched!

What is Facial Fitness?

Facial Fitness is in essence properly caring for your skin. An important component is facial massage. Join our IG Live class to learn the best techniques and practices.

Facila fitness also means being consistent in taking care of your skin:

  • Getting regular facials
  • Using proper at-home skin care regimen
  • Eating well
  • Having enough sleep
  • Drinking plenty of water
  • Living a healthy lifestyle 

What's the science? 

There are 43 muscles in the face, most of which are controlled by the seventh cranial nerve (the facial nerve). Our facial muscles, much like the muscles in our bodies need to be massaged to tone and firm them. Facial massage also targets our lymphatic system, which helps our bodies to detoxify and de-puff! Facial massage also releases built-up tension in our facial muscles.

Why is it called facial ‘fitness?' 

Facial Fitness is quite simply a work out for your skin. Just like we work out our bodies to keep them in tip-top shape, we must work out our face to keep our skin and muscles tight and toned.

What are the common facial areas that are targeted in facial exercises?

All of them! The areas that hold the most tension are the temples and jaw. For each area, there are specific movements to target these areas as well as all of the other facial muscles.

How often do you need to practice to see effects?

In addition to monthly facials that include facial massage, Jaclyn recommends doing an at home facial massage at least once a week to tone, tighten, and detox your skin

How can Facial Fitness also be a meditative or self care practice? 

We need this now more than ever! Here are a few tips:

  • Incorporate deep breathing
  • Use nutrient-rich oil-based products, like Ohana's Night Repair Oil
  • Stay present as you do each Facial Fitness movement
  • Reflect on your time to take care of your face and mind

This article was written by Jaclyn.

To find out more about Facial Fitness By Jaclyn, visit her website ( or her IG (@facialfitnessbyjaclyn). 

Join Ohana and Jaclyn on Monday, 29 June at 6 PM BST for an exclusive Facial Fitness class. Tune in on our IG Live

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