3 Easy But Effective Exercises To Eliminate Facial Wrinkles

No matter what those expensive anti-aging creams may say, nothing can immortalize your youthful looks. Once we turn 40, our skin loses most of its elasticity, which means we develop lots of wrinkles, creases, and even a double chin.

You may find that the older you get, the less shape your face has. Plastic surgery and expensive procedures are always an option, but they're not the most practical or safe.


Nobody looks forward to aging, but luckily there are plenty of things we can do to greatly slow it down. One of the best things you can do to preserve your elasticity is "facebuilding," which pretty much means gymnastics for your face.

The best part is that you can do these exercises anywhere and all you need is 5 minutes! You'll be blown away by how incredible you feel after a week.

Exercise #1:

Goal: Lessen the appearance of wrinkles around the mouth.

Method: Curl your lips into an "O" while still managing to cover your teeth.

Exercise #2:

Goal: Tighten skin all around the face.

Method: Smile as wide as you can and lift the corners of your lips up high.

Exercise #3:

Goal: Eliminate double chin and restore face shape.

Method: Open your mouth and press your tongue to your upper teeth as firmly as you can.


Although these exercises are very simple, if you have any of the following medical conditions, you should be careful about incorporating this into your daily routine:

-If you've had any plastic surgery on your face within the past 2 years

-If you've undergone botulinum toxin injection therapy

-If you have high blood pressure

-If you have any facial injuries

Hopefully you're convinced that facebuilding is the simple and best method for you to achieve your youthful appearance! You have to stick with this routine for the best results, so try to incorporate it into your daily schedule like after your brush teeth or on your commute to work.

Make sure everyone you know is aware of this secret weapon!

Our content is created to the best of our knowledge, yet it is of general nature and cannot in any way substitute an individual consultation with your doctor. Your health is important to us!