Ageing is not merely a skin problem. The skin is attached to the facial muscles, and consequently when the muscles become weak and less firm, eventually drooping and sagging, the attached skin also sags.
The only way to remedy this is to work these facial muscles in a structured way, improving and maintaining the muscle tone.
Practicing Eva Fraser’s Facial Fitness Method will give you a natural face lift, as well as the skills to maintain a fit face for your lifetime.
Look at this muscle diagram for a moment. There are about 57 muscles in the face and all of these muscles get longer as we age, until everything ends up in the neck area.
The muscles coloured pink are the upper cheek muscles. As they weaken and lengthen, the cheeks become flatter, nose to mouth lines appear, go into folds at the mouth corners and drop into jowls. Also as we age, the eyelid muscles droop and go into folds.
However help is at hand. When you work on these muscles, the eyes are bright and open, cheeks become plump again, the nose to mouth lines lessen, or even disappear altogether and the neck and jaw line becomes defined once more.So the good news is that it is possible to work all the muscle groups of the face for a younger, fitter appearance.
You can learn these amazing life skills through Personal Tuition with Eva at her Kensington Studio, or around the world with one of Eva’s Qualified Practitioners. Alternatively, to study these exercises in the comfort of your own home, download our guide to a fabulous face, Face to Face with Eva Fraser, here.
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