Table of contents:
- Exercise 1. Area around the eyes
- Exercise 2. For the forehead
- Exercise 3. For the chin
- Exercise 4. From nasolabial folds
- Exercise 5. For the neck
- Exercise 6. For the cheeks
If you do the exercises regularly, you can "erase" from the face up to three years!
Good news for those who do not agree to grow old: a recent study by experts from Northwestern University (USA) confirmed that just half an hour of facial exercises a day can help you "look younger" by at least three years. The first results of the study participants were noted after 20 weeks of exercise, and it was not only about the visual effect, but literally about rejuvenation - the skin became more elastic and taut.
Exercise 1. Area around the eyes
Place your palms horizontally over the top of your cheekbones. Your index fingers should be just below your lower eyelid and your little fingers should be below your cheekbones. Press your hands as hard as possible, then squint your eyes, and with your hands pull your cheeks as high as possible. Hold until you count to five, then relax your arms. Repeat 10 times.
Exercise 2. For the forehead
Place the index and middle fingers of both hands in the center of the forehead, press the pads and forcefully pull to the temples, as if smoothing the skin. Repeat 10 times.
Exercise 3. For the chin
Make a fist and press firmly against your chin. Then try to open your mouth while resisting with your fist. Do the exercise slowly until you count to five. Repeat 10 times.
Exercise 4. From nasolabial folds
Open your mouth, pull your lips inward. Place your index fingers at the corners of your mouth. Follow the nasolabial folds with your fingertips. When you reach the wings of the nose, move back. Repeat 10 times.
Exercise 5. For the neck
Lie on your back. Place both hands around the front of your neck. Stretch your neck forward and feel the tension in your muscles. Hold for a second, then relax. Repeat 10 times.
Exercise 6. For the cheeks
Open your mouth, press your lips to your teeth. Stretch your upper lip as if in a smile. Squint your lower eyelids and hold this position for 30 seconds. Repeat the exercise 10 times.