When thinking about massages, it’s likely that a facial massage isn’t the first- or even the second or third- thing to come to mind. That’s probably due to the fact that facial massages aren’t typically given on their own, as most people stumble upon them when getting a facial. These massages are largely underrated and have quite a few benefits that aren’t typical of a massage. For one thing, it’s a surefire way to achieve glowier, more radiant skin. The massage increases blood and oxygen flow immediately, which is known to stimulate collagen production to give skin a youthful appearance. It also benefits people who suffer from puffiness and allergies, as it will push out congestion. When given before a facial, this helps the skin better absorb the products being applied. In the long run, however, a facial massage helps the skin heal and recover from damage quicker because of the increased circulation it brings. In addition to these benefits, a facial massage can lift and sculpt the face. Layton, Utah’s iMassage offers this massage targeted to people who want to improve their skin and facial muscles.