Face exercises are becoming increasingly prevalent for men and women in their search to look younger, but there are many myths about the facial training regimen. We release the facts from fiction.

For those who are not sure what the exercise of Yoga’s face, they are usually techniques used on various parts of the face and neck to tighten sagging facial skin, eradicate pig jaws and double chin, revitalize skin color, tighten the face of turkeys, and smooth the face and wrinkles. Some facial training programs involve the principle of isometric, and some use massage techniques that involve the use of fingertips.

Here are some interesting things to note about facial practice:

Myth: You can change the facial structure of the face with plastic surgery, but not with the face exercise system.

Fact: to a certain extent, you can really change the structure of your face using facelift exercises, just not as fast and drastic due to cosmetic operations. If you concentrate on certain areas such as cheek training, his cheeks will fill. If you do it with an eye bag, this will decrease and the shape of your face will change towards a younger form. However, facial yoga is not effective in correcting birth defects or damage caused by accidents.

Myth: Distinguish loose skin loose to a strong turkey neck, lifting sagging facial skin and hanging the jaw, and to solve a double chin problem it is better than massaging these areas with difficulty.

Fact: Lifting Sipal Skin Surgery is temporary. After a while, it will be loose again, and you have to repeat the operation at a more cost for you. Face and neck exercises will keep the skin strong and tight on the ongoing basis, but not invasive.

Myth: DIY non-surgical facelift is not effective as a plastic surgery procedure.

Fact: radical cosmetic surgery and disturb the natural energy line and nodal point. Soft face exercises, not invasive, and increases energy and blood flow, compared to limiting it.

Myth: The face exercise system must be done every day, and complicated to remember all the techniques and points, and also take time.

Fact: It is recommended to do facelift exercises every day for about twenty minutes. In general there are about twenty points to massage on the face and neck, so one minute at each point will be enough; Usually they are located in the same face and neck position that acupuncture used to treat certain diseases.

Myth: painful facelift exercise, or will damage the sinus.

FACT: Face exercises must be applied with the fingertips strongly to a very specific pressure point. Firmly, but not too hard to cause pain or discomfort. At first, you might experience stiffness for the first few days of your nose when you massage the sinus area, but it’s very natural, and this will disappear quickly.

Myth: Face Yoga, or exercise does not produce better results than cream, lotions, botox, thermage, laser treatment as an anti-aging skin care routine to smooth eye wrinkles (crow legs), laughter and forehead.

Fact: Lotion and cream are great for anti-aging skin care in the long run, and I advise people to use this when doing yoga facial exercises to work in cream simultaneously. Botox and other artificial methods are fast repairs and can even harm you. But the face yoga can easily turn back holistic clocks, not only used to slow down the effects of aging.

Before spending a large amount of money and risking your appearance to the surgeon, try the facial training program. They are very cost-effective, and a powerful tool to get back your young appearance in a few weeks!