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49yr old guy wants to keep his firm jaw line
by Todd Alan
I was a fitness trainer for 10 years and have always stayed fit, however, recently I noticed my jawline had disappeared due to sagging skin under my chin. I was curious to try Bioenergy due to the science behind the body’s cells causing a NATURAL regeneration. I don’t like doctors or pills or lasers or anything invasive.
I was amazed at Bioenergy. The truth is I did NOT expect it to work. I am skeptical by nature and there are a ton of skin care products making all kinds of promises, but I was curious enough after watching a video about the science that I figured I would give it a shot and it worked. I believe Bioenergy is the best skin tightening cream for the face and neck. My jawline is not what it used to be, but there is a noticeable difference and it happened surprisingly fast.
You can check out some details, before and after pics and see the video I mentioned here skintighter.com Its pretty jaw dropping at first...then jaw lifting. ;)
All the best!
Thanks for sharing your experience. I think using a firming cream is a good idea as we age - every little bit helps, right?
But, eventually over time, no cream in the world will provide the lift that we naturally had when we were younger.
Why? Because with age our facial muscles begin to sag, thus pulling the skin down with it.
As a fitness professional I don't have to tell you how important muscle mass is for firming and lifting. For example: Think about what happens to the skin on our arms (especially upper arms - ugh!) and thighs when our muscles atrophy. The skin looks saggy and flabby.
The muscles of the face are no different. If you want to maintain firmer facial contours - you need to exercise your facial muscles too.
If a firmer facial contour was only related to the condition of your skin, then plastic surgeons would just pull the skin back during a face lift.
Instead, they pull and tighten the underlying muscles first. Then drape the skin around the lifted muscle and trim away any excess skin.
And, while facial exercises won't provide dramatic results like surgical face lift it can help ........... a lot!
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