What if we tell you there’s way you could get all of the face-firming, -slimming, and -tightening benefits of a face-lift without even going under any medical surgery and treatment, can you even imagine this? It sounds extremely good to be genuine, but new techniques promoted by skincare brands, spas, and even “gyms” for the face lifting determine that facial exercises can boost circulation and lift and tighten the skin over time.

Talking about how face yoga and facial exercises that are effective

Just like any other fitness routine, exercising the muscles of your face can result in enhancing and toning your face skin. For that there is a facial fitness routine that is so effective and can easily replace plastic surgery and your anti-aging night cream.

Make sure that you stick to the routine and never miss it. As facial aging is expected in part to muscle loss, if you can stick to a routine, facial exercise may stimulate those muscles and make the whole face look more firm and youthful.

People who do facial exercises for 30 days,  experience an increased fullness in their cheeks, making them look nearly three years younger. It’s a great simple practice to regain your youthful appearance and a great alternative to Botox and plastic surgery.

Let’s talk about the top 5 best facial exercises to rejuvenate your face and control aging.

1) Warm-up exercise

Warm up exerciseHow to do the exercise: Start by making a face like you are blowing excessive raspberries not only just with the lips but with the cheeks as well. The higher vibration is better for resting facial muscles. Lip muscles are a core muscle for the face by relaxing these muscles, other muscles are relaxed too.

How often to do it: At least once (and up to three times) per day, “or whenever you feel stressed.

2) Slim Your “Tech Neck” Double Chin

Tech NeckHow to do the Facial exercise: You should keep your shoulders down and relaxed, tip your chin up to the ceiling until you sense a good stretch in the upper neck and chin area. Then, shift making fish lips or duck lips and sticking out your tongue, maintaining each “pose” for 5 seconds each. Repeat three times and make sure to keep your chin stretched and keep your neck taut the whole while. This should feel a bit active and if you don’t get tired, it’s not effective.

How often to do it: 1-2 times per day

3) Smooth Smile Lines

How to do the exercise: Make sure you don’t stop smiling and laughing and if you don’t smile, you’re not going to develop cheek muscle. Alternatively, tackle smile lines by breaking down the tension in the muscle from the inside out by using the tongue. Now beginning up by the nose, where the lines serve to be deepest, stick your tongue inside your mouth and try to make a tiny circle on the labial line. Make five circles clockwise and five circles anticlockwise on each side to smooth smile lines.

How often to do it: once per day

4) Firm Up Saggy Cheeks and Jowls

Firm-UpHow to do the exercise: Bulldog face is cute for dogs but not cute for us so to remove the saggy cheeks, pull everything to the side, and imagine your right teeth pulled to the left side of your mouth in what should look like the kind of like a sideways kissing-face. You must hold for 10 seconds for an effective facial exercise that trains and stretches at the same time and it is a great way to improve skin elasticity.

How often to do it: 3-5 times per day, for best results

5) Fight Eye Wrinkles and Crow’s Feet

Fight EyeHow to do the exercise: You should keep your shoulders back and relaxed, point your chin down to your chest and make an oval with your mouth. At the same time, look upward with just the eyes and don’t move your head or shoulders, you should feel stretching underneath the eye. You must hold it for three seconds, and then tuck the upper lip inside the mouth. This circuit should give you a deep stretch in the face so that wrinkles don’t stay.

How often to do it: Once a day, no more. Otherwise, you risk bringing “too much stretch” to the skin and the muscles in the face.


The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a health advice. We would ask you to consult a qualified professional or medical expert to gain additional knowledge before you choose to consume any product or perform any exercise.


Paayel is a correspondent at Sportz Business Magazine and pursuing Journalism from Lady Shri Ram college. She is an aspiring and passionate journalist, who is on her way to gain more knowledge and wisdom.

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