Are face exercises or face aerobics effective to tone up the face and improve facial looks?

The unofficial law of working out states that when you exercise consistently and correctly, you see results in the form of a leaner, tighter, stronger body. Why else would we shell out money for expensive gym memberships, or take crazy classes that leave us in a puddle of sweat and tears? The idea of facial exercise is simple: Just like you would work out your thighs to make them firmer, facial exercise is founded on the belief that working out your face muscles will tone, lift, and boost volume.
How It works"Facial exercise works on your facial muscles to increase their strength," "While you do them, you're actually helping to re-contour your face in a way." The older we get, the more collagen we lose, which results in sagging, drooping, and wrinkles. building up your face muscles will plump up spots that would normally see a reduction in collagen (namely, your cheek area). "Muscle is muscle," . "Facial muscles react the same way as your arms and legs do when you go to the gym to work out. The movement helps increase heat and microcirculation in those areas-the stronger the muscles beneath the skin, the tighter it looks on the surface." And hence it is effective on the tone of the face.....


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