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Instant Facelift Transforms Your Face Without Cosmetic Surgery

Acupressure Exercises Offer the Ultimate Facelift Alternative

Learn a simple facial toning program that you can do at home to revitalize the facial muscles and actually tone your whole face. No need for needles, surgery, or pain! An acupressure facial consisting of facial exercises provides a daily routine that you can do in just a few minutes each day.

Facial exercise works better than electrical toning and has been practiced in China regularly for thousands of years. It can even help eliminate the desire for cosmetic surgery when practiced regularly. If you want to transform your looks without cosmetic surgery then create your own facial exercise program incorporating these acupressure facelift exercises into your skin regiment routine. This daily facial workout is certainly a very low-cost natural facelift option that tones and revitalizes the facial muscles without the expense and pain of surgery.

With practice the following four exercises can even change the apparent shape of your face after several months of daily facial acupressure. Understand that facial exercises are not quick-fix solutions. But they do provide a natural and positive approach to the appearance of younger skin. In time you will really see a positive difference in your skin tone. Everyone has the potential to stay young looking, or look younger than their actual physical age.

4 Acupressure Facial Exercises

You can combine these facial exercises with your natural skin care program. Since the skin responds particularly well with acupressure you will see results in your complexion, tone, and stress lines. Your facial muscles will relax, and the overall vitality in your skin will improve reducing signs of aging. This facial routine is nourishing to the skin and underlying structures, including strengthening the muscles.

The exercises use the balls of the fingertips and also the palms of the hands. In the first two and last facial exercise, you will apply pressure to key acupressure points on the face. Use firm, but gentle pressure…slightly uncomfortable, not painful–actually to a point where it feels good.

You may also find that some places you touch are going to be tender and sensitive. If you notice tender spots, then most likely you are hitting the exact points. After time these places will become less sensitive. Just as a muscles in your neck and shoulder are sore at first when you begin massaging them, but after a little while the muscles relax and release. The same occurs with your facial muscles. An acupressure facial is powerful, and subtle at the same time.

In China it is believed that a wrinkle is actually caused by stagnant Chi (the word for life force energy). This first facial exercise is designed to naturally eliminate crows feet and tone the entire eye area.

Facial Exercise for Toning Around the Eyes

Using your middle fingers work bi-laterally around each eye simultaneously. You may want to use some natural moisturiser or organic massage oil, and remember use slight pressure as you circle around each eye area.

First, place your middle fingers at the beginning of your eyebrows. You are going to follow the top of your eyebrow to the end of your eyebrow and continue under your eye by pressing your fingers on the top of your cheekbones. Then continue to the inside corners of your eyes. Do this facial exercise in a circular motion around the eyes thirty times, and the complete set once daily.

Very few beauty professionals understand the crucial importance of how facial muscles interact to create our facial appearance. For example if you sleep on your stomach and smash your face into the pillow, over time you are going show signs of wrinkling wherever your face is continually stressed or squished. It is said that those who sleep on their backs often have younger looking faces with less wrinkling. With acupuncture you are not necessarily working each of the muscles independently, but you are stimulating the Chi, which in turn benefits and tones the muscles.

As you age, repetitive patterns cause some muscles to become over-exercised or pull on the face. This can cause jowls, turkey neck, baggy eyes and also premature wrinkles. So it is vital to stimulate the right facial muscles. Chinese regenerating face exercises can help the muscles remember your vital facial signature.

Facial Exercise for Revitalizing the Eyes

For this facial exercise we are going to stimulate the acupressure point at the side of your face about 1/4 to 1/2 inch beyond the outside corner of each eye. The second points to stimulate are directly under your pupil on the top edge of your cheekbone. This face exercise can soften fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Press each of the points bi-laterally for around three seconds, then release for a moment, and then repeat again for thirty counts. It is best to practice this pressure point exercise three times a day.

Big Washing Face Exercise

We credit this technique to Yen Wei Choog, an acupuncturist in Northern California. This facial acupressure technique will tone, stimulate your face, and clear your complexion while also preventing wrinkles.

First, make sure you wash and dry your hands so they are clean. Then charge your palms by placing them together and briskly rub them back and forth. An optimal number of times to charge your palms is thirty-six back and forth movements. You will feel warmth in your palms as Chi energy forms.

Now place both of your energized hands on your face with your little fingers along side your nose. Move your hands in a circular motion by moving upward. As you move your hands upward your finger tips will cross your forehead and then move downward and your thumbs actually pass over your ears. Again, begin at chin and move along side the nose, over the eyes to forehead, along hairline, over ear, and then back to the chin again. Do this sweeping motion lightly across your face thirty-six times.

As you incorporate this technique into your daily skin care procedure the Chi energy will harmonize in your face protecting your skin from the effects of aging. Any form of natural anti-aging skin care when combined with these Chinese acupressure techniques for the face will really get a boost in its effectiveness.

Full Pressure Point Facial Exercise

You may also want to consider twice a week adding a full pressure point acupressure facial to your routine. You can easily follow this map of acupressure points at the left noting the points on the face. This is an optimal exercise for creating a natural facelift alternative. Again, use the balls of the
fingertips and apply bi-lateral pressure. There are only two points, on the forehead and one at the crease of the skin that are single points.

Everyone has a unique facial signature of muscle development, formed by the way that the features are animated and interact to produce facial expressions. Your facial signature plays a large part in how your face looks and the way it ages. Maintaining and developing your facial signature is the secret to staying sensual, sexy and young looking, but there are many factors in life that erode the stay-young potential in your facial signature, and these can take their toll by dulling your natural attractiveness and making you look older.

Acupressure is More than Just a Natural Facelift

We all know that cosmetic surgery costs is expensive and also has some risks. The use of Electro stimulation devices do not invite Chi into the face nor do they address the muscle’s needs to actually revitalise and bring back your youthful facial signature. The benefits of these acupressure facelift techniques keep your facial skin from growing a little older each day. You will gradually see a difference as your skin becomes smoother and more radiant. If you are interested in reversing facial aging practice this routine for a month, and notice the difference. You will be pleasantly surprised and most likely will incorporate these exercises into your daily skin care routine.

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