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Video: Figure 8 Effleurage

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This hypnotic and rhythmic movement stimulates the frontalis muscle, which wrinkles the forehead and raises your eyebrows; the currogator, which draws eyebrows down; and upper nose area procerus, the muscle that covers and protects the nose. Precision movements here simultaneously stimulate muscles, increase circulation, and move fluid as the fingers never break contact with the skin.