If you're looking for a safe and inexpensive way to firm-up a sagging face, then check out this exercise routine I've been using for a few years now.
They're easy and comfortable because you do them while lying down - yes even in bed!
Note: The most dramatic changes I've seen since following this face lift exercise program is less facial sagging in the lower face and jowl area and firmer more defined cheeks.
Wrinkles and lines are not the only issues that age a face. Experts say the shape of our face changes with age. The face tends to get bottom-heavy (i.e., droopy cheeks, jowls, and double chin) as time goes on.
I decided to try face exercises to see if I can firm up the lower part of my face and reduce that heavy jowl look.
Within a few months of I was convinced that good results can be obtained from at-home facial muscle exercises.
While results cannot be compared to a surgical facelift, it is, by far the least expensive and easiest way I’ve found to improve my facial contour and make my mid-face/lower face look firmer and lifted.
I saw less pudginess around the lower face and jowls
First I noticed a reduction of that "doughy, pudgy look" around the lower jawline/jawbone. Also, my cheeks seemed more defined and overall face looked tighter and smoother.
Another Photo Showing Slimmer Jowls, Defined Chin, and Smoother Forehead.
The longer I do these exercises - the more results I see - especially around the lower jowl area. I love that the lower part of my face is slimmer - like it was when I was younger.
Yes, there are plenty of facial exercises programs to choose from.
Over the past 20 years, I’ve tried many different exercise routines, but for one reason or another, I found them difficult to follow because:
But this workout felt right to me. It was quick, easy to follow and allowed me to obtain a smooth elegant build.
Just like any other workout, it's important to find a face exercise program that you enjoy doing, so you'll be able to stick with it and see results.
One important feature of this program is that it incorporates isometric and muscle resistance training along with skin massaging/polishing. The massaging/polishing helps improve skin suppleness and reduces that thin, papery skin look.
And there is evidence that massaging/polishing the skin also helps increase collagen production.
The chart below shows all the muscles used while during the workout. In the first 6-12 months it's recommend you do the workout about 3 times a week at 15 minutes per session. Once you've achieved your goals, you can cut down to a few times a month for maintenance.
Click on the picture below to see a colored interactive muscle chart!
Once you achieve a good facial foundation but still have areas that need extra help, you can add a specific Bonus workout for that area.
For example, the lower face and jowls were still an issue for me. So Carolyn suggested I add a few free Bonus videos to further firm that area. Here is an example of the Bonus video.
The Lower Lift
Click here to preview the 6 advanced Bonus Digital Videos. This group includes:
Want to know how facial muscles work and how you can look younger with face exercises? Click on the following for more detailed information on why we age well with facial exercises.
But, a very basic simple explanation is this:
When facial muscles are toned and have more bulk, they help lift and smooth the attached skin. This results in a tighter, more defined face and neck with less sagging and wrinkles.
Basic Anti-Aging Skincare
Finally, regardless of whether you choose facial exercises, facial massages or both, basic simple skincare goes a long way to help keep your skin and face looking younger. Try these basic four skincare routines and see what a difference they can make.
People always ask for a specific exercise to fix a certain area of the face that bothers them. But that's really spot training and should avoid for a few reasons.
Some people think they won't have time to do all 28 exercises. But the truth is - this workout is very quick.
Only 15 minutes a session 3-4 times a week. And, the majority of the exercises are done lying down! How simple is that?
So how are Bonus exercises different from spot training?
Everyone is different and has different needs. So it's important to first build a good foundation for the whole face/neck by doing following the full basic workout routine for a few months to year - depending on the condition of your skin and face.
Then if you still see areas that are not responding as well (for me it was the jowls/neck area) it's OK to do a few extra bonus exercise to firm up those areas.
This is not "spot training" because you still are doing a full face workout monthly. Just like your body, your face needs a full basic workout before you can address areas that concern you.
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