Face exercises for wrinkles


Wrinkles begin to appear on our face as we age or face excessive exposure to sunlight.

For whatever reason they are, we don’t like these folds or lines on our skin extending from our eyes and forehead to our mouth.

Other than creams and concealing makeup tricks, facial exercises for wrinkles are proving to be effective with neither the cost of money nor threat of side effects.

Make use of these face yoga exercise to get rid of your wrinkles.

  1. A light surprise to increase forehead’s muscle tone

Use your fingers to hold your head with your little finger above your brows. Gently push the skin down using them. Raise your eyebrows up and down. No crease should be formed on forehead. Repeat 10 times.

  1. Flirty eyes to prevent wrinkles around eyes

Move your eyes left right and up down keeping your jawbone still. Do it five times for each direction.

  1. The O exercise to lighten or eliminate laugh lines

Pronounce the vowel β€œO” loud 10 times as it puts your mouth perfectly in the shape of O letter.

  1. Rubber to remove horizontal lines on the forehead

Put your hands with fingers locked on the border of hairline at forehead. Keep your head straight and jawbone still. Pucker your lips. With face symmetry, look down for 10 seconds. Do it 10 times.

  1. Hooligans to remove double chin and strengthen muscle tone of the neck

Bring your tongue out pointed upwards. Slightly lift your head up and then turn to right. Now, lift your chin up and hold for 10 seconds.

Repeat it for other side.


What else?

Along with these exercises, accommodate some of these tips in your regular routine too for effective results.

  1. Wear sunscreen.
  2. Use coconut oil
  3. Quit smoking
  4. Use antioxidants
  5. Change sleep position
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