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Some people believe in face exercises, and some think it’s silly and ineffective.
Which group do you belong to?
Do you say “Yay!” to face exercises?
Or do you shake your head and say “No way”.
I was intrigued by the controversial opinions about face exercise, so I went online to look for some clues.
The sense I got from it all is, there seems to be more kudos than critics on this issue. There are active discussions about face exercise on beauty and fitness boards, where people share facial workout tips and compare results.
Veterans of face exercise shared their personal success stories and encouraged the newcomers to test it out. Of course, there are also posts by people who have tried some form of facial workout, but failed to get the desired results and were disappointed.
Nonetheless, the general atmosphere is a supportive community of people who are passionate about face exercises, who enjoyed doing and talking about it.
It’s kind of hard to brush off the many positive experiences from regular people who tried face exercises and found that it works.
But despite the many “It-Works” testimonials, there are professionals in the medical and beauty industry who claim that face exercises do not work. This made face exercise enthusiasts questioned whether the claim was made based solely on knowledge and theories, rather than facts and findings.
So I guess one way to prove whether these statements against face exercises is true or not, is to test the exercises out yourself.
And before you start, why not look up personal testimonials and find out which type of face exercises people are already doing. Read about their experiences, and learn how they get optimal results with the exercises. This handy information will give you a good start and help you set realistic expectations of what face exercises can achieve.
Another misconception is that face exercises will give you wrinkles. Your facial skin may look crinkle while you are performing certain face exercises, but this doesn’t mean it will create wrinkles.
If you follow the correct instruction, a face exercise should not over stretch your face muscles nor the skin. However, if you have any skin problem(eg. sun-damaged or dry skin), it is advisable to seek the advice of your dermatologist prior to any face exercise.
The purpose of face exercises is to work specific muscles in the face and neck in order to tone and lift target areas as such the cheeks, chin, jaws, lips and brows. These exercises help you to regain muscle tone and reduce sagging facial skin.
I am happy for you if you have seen improvements to your facial appearance with face exercises. On the other hand, if you have tried but see little or no results, then perhaps you might want to consider a few things here.
- Are you doing the right face exercise for your needs?
- Are you doing the exercise correctly?
- Do you exercise as frequently as required?
- Some face exercise programs come with a special diet plan for optimal results. Are you following the meal planner?
- Did you give it reasonable time for results to show? It can take a few weeks to a couple of months before you see noticeable improvements.
I would leave it to you to decide whether face exercises really work or not. For those of you who had seen improvements to your facial contour and skin tone, I know you are now grinning from ear to ear.
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