Per­fect Strokes For A Firmer Face

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Use your mois­turiser as the base of your fa­cial mas­sage tech­nique. inge theron, founder of Fac­e­gym, rec­om­mends you warm up your mus­cles first, just like you would your body.

Work It Out

you can ac­tu­ally trans­form your face by giv­ing the mus­cles in your face a work­out – just like you would your body. there are 38 mus­cles in our face that can be sculpted and shaped sim­ply by stim­u­lat­ing and train­ing your mus­cles into ac­tion.

Fa­cial mas­sage is amaz­ing for this, ton­ing mus­cles, leav­ing you with a nat­u­ral lift and contour. take the time to re­ally work out your fa­cial mus­cles and see the ben­e­fits al­most in­stantly.

How To Do It?

1 Start by sweep­ing your mois­turiser or oil across your chest and up your neck us­ing one palm af­ter the other. This will help to lift and smooth out the lines on your neck.

2 Lightly hold your jaw be­tween your thumbs and fore­fin­ger and ap­ply pres­sure along the jaw line up to ears. This will help to drain lymph fluid from the lymph nodes and tone the jaw line.

3 Sweep palms across your cheeks from the sides of the nose out to­wards the ears.

4 Con­cen­trat­ing on one cheek at a time, place your in­dex and mid­dle fin­gers flat on the cheek and sweep up­wards, lift­ing and flick­ing the cheek mus­cle. Al­ter­nate your hands – this will help lift jowls and tone your jaw­line.

5 Use your mid­dle and in­dex fin­gers to ap­ply pres­sure and drain from cen­tre of the fore­head to the tem­ples.

6 Fin­ish by us­ing the whole of your hands al­ter­nately to sweep over the fore­head from the brows to the hair­line. This helps to re­lax and smooth out the wrin­kles on your fore­head.

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