That's because there's a lot of conflicting information out there about whether these exercises actually work. No scientific studies have been done specifically on facial exercises, and experts have differing opinions.
This face yoga exercise is quite simple to perform. Just take a big breath through your mouth and hold it so your cheeks are puffed out. After a few seconds, release the breath.
This cheek-firming face yoga exercise strengthens cheek muscles and prevents your cheeks from appearing thinner, which contributes to the hollow look you see on many people as they approach middle-age.
If you get into the habit of washing and cleansing your face before you do your face exercises, you’ll find it much easier to fit them into your schedule as you will be incorporating them into your normal everyday skincare routine.
| If I would need someone to point out to me that 'after' is better than 'before' because it obviously isn't, something is wrong.
The gap between the two pictures is only two years, in a young woman. She has lost a lot of facial fat (where you'd want to preserve that for as long as you can, just try to keep it in the right place!) and frankly her eyes look very frightened because the white below her iris is showing. Her lips have thinned considerably. If facial exercise is supposed to slow the hands of time and this is the result in only 2 years in a young woman who can't be having too much hormonal problems yet, it's not a good ad for this programme imo. And she has developed jowls instead of lift. The forehead bulge may keep the 11's at bay - but who wants a bulge? I certainly don't. I am sorry to say this woman looked much better before she started exercising.