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Anti Aging Facial Exercise Keeps Muscles Toned

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Facial muscles are located directly underneath the skin. Therefore, if there begins to appear wrinkles, expression marks and/or skin sagging, it only means that the facial muscles are getting tired and untended. Treat your facial muscles as you would your biceps, triceps and abs – tone them with a facial exercise.

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  • 1. Anti Aging Facial Exercise Keeps Muscles TonedFacial muscles are located directly underneath the skin. Therefore,if there begins to appear wrinkles, expression marks and/or skinsagging, it only means that the facial muscles are getting tired anduntended. Treat your facial muscles as you would your biceps,triceps and abs – tone them with a facial exercise.Facial exercises are the means of toning the muscles by reducingthe telltale signs of aging, increasing facial volume and preventingfurther muscle loss. Theses are considered to be “natural”techniques to defy age since they do not involve the intake ofsupplements or the need to go under the needle or knife.There are different kinds of exercises, and each is targeted to aspecific area of the face. But all of these can be divided into twogroups: the active and the passive facial exercise.Active facial exercises are defined as the process of performingrepetitive actions over a period of time. Regularly patterned facialcontractions are voluntarily done in front of a mirror. It’s likemaking funny faces everyday. These exercises are best done in themornings to help define the mood for the day; and at night to helpthe muscles relax.On the other hand, passive exercises are assisted exercises. Theideal tone of the facial muscles is achieved with the help of amachine that is attached directly to the different areas of the face.Once turned on, it gently massages by sending waveforms to shapethe muscles. Since these are done in clinics, they do not need to beperformed everyday. Also, passive exercises should only behandled by licensed therapists because too much release ofwaveforms can cause chronic pain, longer muscle soreness, andmultiple other side effects.
  • 2. Why the hype on facial exercises?Why not? Each form of facial exercise is free, non-invasive,relaxing and with effects visible in a few months’ time. The onlydownside to these exercises is that patience and effort are requiredfor them to work. But think about it, a mere hour a day everydaywon’t be too much to ask if it’s about keeping a young and fresh-looking persona. You spend hours in the gym toning your body,why not do an hour on your face too?