Making Old Faces
Young. . .
The Natural Way
Making one's face look younger is everyone's dream. There are people
who resort to different methods - even the most expensive ones - just
so they'd get that "look young, feel young" atmosphere.
But to those
who can barely afford it, the "attempt" is considered a vice. Most of
the time, you'd hear from these people the line, "Why would you
interfere with nature's course?"
But those who want to preserve the youth as they add up years would
say, "Why not age with grace?"
why ever not?
You may think it is too
late to do so especially if you had
too much sun when you were younger.
Most of the time, it
is the reason why people acquire the old-age look (even before they get
to that stage) since the body was not well taken cared of.
tell-tale signs of old age are the sunken hollows of the cheeks and
around the eyes, sagging of the chin, wrinkles on the forehead, the
"rumpled" and the total haggard look.
But there is always hope!
moment you realize you need to take care of your health is never too
late a time to do so- whether you are 30 or 60.
Facial Exercise can be an effective strategy in improving sagging skin:
It's been proven that
rejuvenation of the face through friction
and massage are the best ways
to look young and feel young. Realize that the main reason
muscles sag is lack of muscular and facial exercise.
Like any other
muscle of the body, constant facial exercise can make these facial
muscles expand and develop, effectively removing the sagging look.
Wrinkled skin, on the other hand, has been proven to be made elastic
again through regular application of friction. This does not only apply
to women who are known to be more concerned about their appearance but
for the men as well.
How is applying friction on the skin done?
With the help of a tiny
lotion to minimize irritation work start on the areas which
normally result to
sagging, such as the cheeks, the throat, the chin, the forehead and
around the eyes.
Massage just like you are polishing a pair of shoes: with a slight,
circular friction on the surface areas.
Gradually increase the pressure but not too vigorously that you will
end up abrading and irritating your face.
To exercise your facial muscles, use your palm
heel. With enough pressure, massage your cheeks and other parts of the
face in circular motion. Do this also on the chin and throat.
Make sure you apply equal amount of pressure to
the entire face so that the build up of muscles will be uniform. Do
these facial exercises a few minutes everyday- even while you are
watching the TV and you will soon see the "miracle" of a younger