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Face Yoga: What Is It, How Does It Work, and What Are the Benefits?

Face yoga is a way of doing moves and touches that work on the face muscles and skin. It can have many good things, such as making the face look better, firmer, and brighter, making wrinkles and drooping less, making blood and liquid flow better, and making you relax and pay attention. Face yoga can be done by anyone, anywhere, and anytime, as long as they follow some simple rules and warnings.

Some of the rules for doing face yoga are:

  • Start with a clean and wet face, and use a soft oil or cream to make less rubbing and make the touch better.
  • Pick a nice and quiet place to do it, and stay away from any things or people that can bother you.
  • Breathe well and slowly, and think about the feelings and movements of your face.
  • Do not push or do too much of the moves, and stop if you feel any hurt or bad feeling.
  • Be regular and calm, and do face yoga often for at least 10 to 15 minutes a day.

Some of the warnings for doing face yoga are:

  • Ask your doctor before starting face yoga, especially if you have any health problems, hurts, or things you are allergic to that may change your face.
  • Do not do face yoga if you have any bad things, redness, or cuts on your face, or if you have just had any face surgery or things done to your face.
  • Do not do face yoga on a full stomach, or right after eating or drinking.
  • Do not do face yoga in very hot or cold places, or in the sun or wind.

Some of the examples of face yoga moves are:

  • The lion face: Breathe in and open your mouth big, put out your tongue, and make your eyes big. Breathe out and make a sound like a lion. Do 3 to 5 times. This move can help let go of tightness, make blood better, and make the face muscles better.
  • The fish face: Pull in your cheeks and lips, and make a face like a fish. Stay for 10 seconds, then let go. Do 5 to 10 times. This move can help make the cheeks higher and firmer, and make smile lines less.
  • The forehead smoother: Put both hands on your forehead, with your fingers open and pointing in. Slowly move your fingers out, pushing lightly. Do 10 to 15 times. This move can help make the forehead better, and stop lines from frowning.

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