Introducing Your Ultimate Skin Fit Workout
(It’s time to get physical with your skin)
You exercise your thighs, a few arm curls to tighten up the arms, and a push up here and sit up there to really make your work out count. Your body is bound to look good, but what about the sags and wrinkles that age the face? Will a little facial exercise helpto beat the sag and bulge of time and gravities magnetic forces? Since our face does have muscles one might reason that you can fight wrinkles, premature aging, and make the skin look livelier with a few facial exercises. All of us are leaning towards maintaining a youthful, healthy glow and looking for ways to boost our natural beauty, keep reading this week article to learn more about facial muscles and our take on if facial workouts really make a difference for the skin.
Your face has forty-three facial muscles all working together to support your smile, frowns and just about every facial expression you can think of. As time progresses these muscles are slowly breaking down courtesy of biological factors and environmental stress. Stimulating the muscles on your face on a daily basis can help strengthen facial muscles and lift and tone the face making it difficult for wrinkles to form. Results of facial exercises are visible and encouraging. In one particular study women who regularly practiced certain facial exercises looked about 3 years younger than their current age.
Do Facial Exercise Really Work?
We can’t find any harm with facial exercises at most they will get the blood circulating and provide possible stress relief benefits to the skin. Facial exercise won’t take off weight gain in the face or address inflammation the best solution in those cases is to modify your diet and exercise or see a health care professional to assess underlying causes.
Types of Facial Exercises
Facial yoga is a specific type of facial exercise involving stretching and strengthening facial muscles. Most facial exercises involve placing the hands on the face and performing various manipulations to the skin. When performing these facial manipulations it is important not to stretch the skin too much as overly stretching can cause adverse reactions. One specific manipulation involves placing the hands inward on the forehead, and with the finger, start swiping to the outside, as if you are stretching your skin. Another for the cheeks involves pressing the fingers on the cheeks and holding them tight while compressing the face. These “exercises” can be performed daily for at least 10 minutes a day. While exercising the face, use the YELLE Peptide Boosting Serum along with the Awakening Daily Moisturizer that is rich in Vitamin C to massage into the skin. It will really provide a strong base for your facial exercises. It can also be used as a night cream to help boost anti-aging capabilities.
Stimulate your facial muscles by trying out a few facial exercises this week. Use our Peptide Boosting serum, along with the Awakening Moisturizer to optimize results.