4 Face Exercises to Get a Natural Facelift Without Surgery

4 Face Exercises to Get a Natural Facelift Without Surgery - If you are looking for natural ways to look younger, to eliminate wrinkles, here are 4 face exercises you can try immediately and 2 video clips demonstration about facial exercises.
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Who needs the pain and expense of a face-lift when you can get the same effect naturally at home? “Exercising the face firms up muscles so skin stays taut,” says Danielle Collins, creator of the 10 Minute Natural Facelift DVD ($15, Amazon.com).”

It also revs circulation so more oxygen and nourishment reach cells to stimulate collagen and elastin production, reducing wrinkles.” Do the following face exercises once daily to look up to 10 years younger by the end of the month!

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Face Exercises Tip #1 – Nix forehead furrows.

Activating the frontalis and occipitalis muscles (which draw the forehead up and down) reverses the deep wrinkles that form above the eyebrows as a result of repetitive facial movements.

Try it: Place your hands on your forehead, fingers facing inward, and spread your fingers between your eyebrows and hairline. Applying light pressure, gently sweep your fingers outward (hands pulling away from each other) across the forehead. Relax and repeat 10 times.

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Face Exercises Tip #2 – Smooth crows-feet.

Exercising the orbicularis oculi muscle (which surrounds the entire eye) strengthens the area to help lessen the look of fine lines and prevent new creases from forming.

Try it: Put your middle fingers together between your eyebrows, then apply pressure to the outer corners of your eyes using your index fingers. Look upward as you squint your eyes, then relax and repeat the process 6 times. To finish, squeeze your eyes shut for 10 seconds, then relax.

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Face Exercises Tip #3 – Diminish laugh lines.

Strengthening the orbicularis oculi muscle (which, in addition to surrounding the eye, runs around the mouth) helps reduce laugh lines and firm up cheeks and jowls.

Try it: Cover your teeth with your lips and make an O with your mouth. Keeping teeth covered, smile as widely as you can; release and repeat 6 times.

Hold the smile (with teeth covered) and place your index finger on your chin. Tilt your head back and move your jaw up and down. Repeat twice; relax.

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Face Exercises Tip #4 – Shrink a double chin.

Firming the platysma muscle (located under the chin) tightens and lifts skin to reduce a double chin and turkey wattle.

Try it: Place your fingers on the top of your neck (just under your chin) and lightly stroke the skin down while tilting your head back. Relax and repeat twice.

Next, place your fingers on your clavicle, jut your lower lip out as far as possible and tilt your chin up as you pull the corners of your mouth down. Hold for 4 deep breaths, then relax.

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Face Yoga – 6 Exercises To Do At Home

For more ideas to look younger, look no further than Wendy Wilken’s Facelift Without Surgery Program. From this program, you will learn


  • How to eliminate wrinkles on the face and neck: Forehead lines, eye wrinkles and crow’s feet, smile and laugh folds, nasal lines, fine lines around the mouth and lips, neck wrinkles and creases.

  • Easy facial yoga routines for tightening and lifting sagging face and neck skin

  • Methods to treat unsightly eye bags, dark eye circles and “racoon” rings.

  • How to use yoga to re-sculpture and sharpen the features of your face and neck for a new and better looking

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Here are 15 Proven Best All Natural Cleaning Tips

Here are 15 Proven Best All Natural Cleaning Tips - You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your family’s health for the sake of cleanliness. Read on here to learn about the natural cleaning tips you can use, to remove grease from pans, to disinfect your kitchen counters, to remove tough soap scum more safely and effectively.
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Are you looking for any safe and natural cleaning tips that are also affordable and effective?


Is the cabinet under your kitchen sink overflowing with cleaning sprays, powders and scrubs that claim to ‘cut grease’ and ‘remove stains’ like magic … yet typically fail to deliver?


Not only are most commercial cleaners costly, but they often work no better than cleaners you could make, for pennies, using ingredients you probably already have.


Most people are pleasantly surprised when they make the switch toward natural cleaners, as aside from the cost savings they are able to ditch their chemical cleaners for safer natural ingredients.


The fact of the matter is, with every spritz and spray of a commercial cleaner, you’re adding toxic air pollution to your home’s air.


The American Lung Association states:


“Many cleaning supplies or household products can irritate the eyes or the throat or cause headaches or other health problems.


Some products release dangerous chemicals, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs).


Other harmful ingredients include ammonia and bleach. Even natural fragrances such as citrus can react to produce dangerous pollutants indoors.


VOCs and other chemicals released when using cleaning supplies contribute to chronic respiratory problems, allergic reactions and headaches.


Studies are underway to assess how these chemicals affect people who have asthma and other respiratory illnesses. However, past studies link exposure to chemicals from cleaning supplies to occupational asthma and other respiratory illnesses.”


There is a Better Way! 15 Natural Cleaning Tips


You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your family’s health for the sake of cleanliness.


Try these natural cleaning tips that follow instead, to remove grease from pans, disinfect your kitchen counters, remove tough soap scum and more … safely and effectively.


  1. Burned-on Food:Sprinkle salt and fresh lime juice into the pan, then scrub away, using extra salt as needed. If necessary, add a little water and a few tablespoons of salt and let the mixture soak first. You can also try putting the pan in the freezer — the frozen mess will be easier to remove.


  1. Tea and coffee stains:Remove these stains from your coffee cups using salt mixed with vinegar. You can also try a mixture of baking soda and water, and allow to sit overnight.


  1. Grease on pans:Sprinkle salt in the bottom of the pan and let it absorb the oil. Add a couple of tablespoons of baking soda to your regular dish soap and the grease will melt away. Another trick is to pour club soda into a still-warm cast iron pan to help keep food from sticking and make clean-up easier.


  1. Grout:Add lemon juice to two teaspoons of cream of tartar. Put the paste on a toothbrush and scrub away.


  1. Cutting boards:Squeeze fresh lemon juice onto you r plastic or wood cutting boards. Let it sit for 20 minutes, then rinse, to remove stains.


  1. Dishwasher:Put vinegar in the soap container and let it run as normal to clean out your dishwasher. You can also fill a dishwasher-safe bowl with vinegar and set it on the top rack, then run a cycle as usual.


  1. Oven:Make a paste of baking soda and water then apply it to your oven. Let it sit overnight then scour off the grime.


  1. Coffee maker:Pour a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water into your coffee maker and let it brew. Stop the cycle halfway through to allow it to sit (45-60 minutes) then restart. Run a few cycles of plain water afterward to clear out the vinegar.


  1. Toilets:Combine two teaspoons tea-tree essential oil to two cups of water in a spray bottle. Spritz your toilet bowl (inside and out) and let sit for 30 minutes before scrubbing.


  1. Shower doors: A few drops of lemon essential oil on a sponge will help remove soap scum from your shower doors, and even protect them from future build-up.


  1. Mildew:Try a mixture of lemon juice and vinegar on mildew, let it sit for a few minutes, the scrub off.


  1. Windows:10 drops of lavender or lemongrass essential oils mixed with about two ounces of water is an excellent window cleaner. Vinegar and water in a spray bottle is another natural solution to make your windows sparkle. Try using newspaper instead of paper towel to scrub.


  1. Disinfecting countertop spray:Try mixing tea tree oil (30 drops) with two cups of water and a few tablespoons of castile soap for a natural disinfectant (makes a great bleach alternative).


  1. Carpet deodorizer:Sprinkle baking soda on your carpets, let it sit for 30 minutes then vacuum. You can also do this on your upholstery.


  1. Garbage disposal:Cut up half a lemon and grind it in your disposal for instant freshening. You can also pour in about half a cup of baking soda followed by a cup of vinegar, let it sit for 15 minutes, then run your disposal for a tougher cleaning.


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