Why Facial Exercises? To tone and enhance your face To simply look younger To have model-like face To get rid of chubby cheeks & double chin To get a sexier and stronger face dimension
Facial Exercises to Remove Wrinkles from the Forehead Do this at least once a day Sit in front of a mirror so you have a clear view of the front of your face and forehead. Gently place your index fingers about a quarter inch from the beginning of your eyebrows. Gently pull your fingers in a downward motion while at the same time arching your eyebrows. Do this exercise 10 times with no resting period in between.
Facial Exercises to Remove Wrinkles from the Forehead Tightening the Lips Place one or two fingers in your mouth and secure your lips around the middle of the fingers. Use a sucking motion to tense your lips around the fingers with as much force as you can manage. Release and repeat in 10 intervals.
Facial Exercises - Combat Crow’s Feet With your eyes open and in front of a mirror if possible attempt to lift and lower your bottom eye rims while not moving the upper lids. Although this is one of the most difficult exercises to do and takes a lot of practice, even if you don’t notice them actually moving, the inner core muscles are still working diligently and can help decrease the amount of lines and wrinkles around and in the corners of the eyes.
Facial Exercises - Face Lift Massage Begin by placing your four index fingers on both hands in the center of your forehead. The fingertips should be about an inch apart. Gently and in a circular motion, work your fingers simultaneously from the center of your forehead for a few seconds and then moving them down and along your temples, cheekbones and finally landing at the chin. Continue the circular motions the entire time your hands are moving about the face. Repeat this exercise 5 to 10 times per day.
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