build a dream face in 15 minutes a day
Over time, facial skin begins to lose its firmness and elasticity, because there is a tendency to focus only on “pumping” the body. But the face needs daily care not only with the help of cosmetics, but also gymnastics – special exercises. Facebuilding is an effective method for removing wrinkles, tone and healthy glow to the skin. Anna Kanyuk, a face building expert, master of sports in rhythmic gymnastics, and founder of the TOPSTRETCHING studio network, will tell you more about the intricacies of face gymnastics.
1. What is face building?
3. Basic rules for doing exercises
4. Examples of exercises
What is Facebook Building?
Face building is a set of exercises that strengthens muscles, smoothes the skin and allows you to control facial expressions. Gymnastics for the face is a universal method for correcting the face: it avoids going to a plastic surgeon, and also has excellent lifting properties. With the help of special exercises for the face, the skin becomes firm and taut by training the facial muscles.
Thanks to a special set of exercises, the face becomes not only more toned, but also puffiness is removed after a working day, and muscle spasms are relaxed. In addition, the exercises are so diverse that the drooping of the lower part of the face is eliminated and the second chin is removed. Due to the increased blood flow, the cells are oxygenated, due to which the facial skin looks healthy and radiant.
After all, the main advantage of facebuilding is that it does not require special equipment and does not take much time: just 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week, will be enough for the skin to be beautiful and healthy.
You can start Facebook building at any age – even at 20, at least 40, at least 60 years old. If there are problems with mimic and deep wrinkles, puffiness, dullness of the skin – then gymnastics for the face will definitely provide irreplaceable help. In a few weeks, the skin will noticeably rejuvenate and say “thank you” for its appearance. But only through regular training can you achieve results.
Basic rules for doing exercises
- Like any sport, Facebook requires regularity. The optimal solution would be to devote time to exercise a day for 15-20 minutes several times a week or every day.
- In order not to harm the muscles of the face, it is necessary to take into account the correct execution technique. To do this, trainers create online courses in which they show step by step all the nuances of each element. The workout should be done in good light and in front of a mirror.
- Facebuilding combined with professional care and proper nutrition will allow you to achieve maximum results.
Examples of exercises
- For cheekbones: in a sitting position, tilt your head back and push the lower jaw forward, fixing it for 20 seconds. Return to starting position. The number of repetitions is 20 times. The second chin is worked out, and the contour of the face becomes clearer.
- For the forehead area: put your index fingers just above the eyebrows and lightly press on this area, look up, raising your eyebrows at the same time. The number of repetitions is 20 times. Forehead wrinkles are smoothed out and overhanging eyelid is corrected.
- For lips: close your lips with each other so that the upper one covers the upper teeth, and the lower one – the lower row of teeth. And in this position, start smiling for 30 seconds. The nasolabial folds go away, and the lips become more plump.
The variety of exercises is too great: the elements are able to work out all the muscles of the face so that even the oval will begin to change, the gaze will become more open, and the lips more attractive.
Facebook building, like any method of working with muscles, has certain contraindications. Gymnastics for the face is not recommended for open wounds, after surgery or laser resurfacing, with weakened immunity and the presence of colds.
It is worth considering that facial gymnastics is a workout that loves regularity and diligence in order to prevent the muscles from returning to their original state.
The article was prepared by Anna Kanyuk, master of sports in rhythmic gymnastics and founder of the TOPSTRETCHING studio network.
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