The below link has a great combination of points in the article and be sure to scroll down and watch the video that has more good points for the face.
Here's some more great points. My hands are too small to press the top of my head and the occipital points at the same time as shown in this video. I just alternate between the two. The top and back of the head points encourage the entire head to drain.
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