The face is a complex network of muscles that are used constantly. We have over 40 muscles on our face. Smiling, chewing, laughing, speaking, sneezing, yawning, all-cause facial muscles to contract. As a result, the facial muscles are almost constant in collecting tension, just like any other muscle in the body. Eventually, this causes constriction of muscle tissue and decreased circulation to the surface tissues. When blood is unable to circulate properly through these tissues, the facial tissue near the surface begins to die and begins to lose its natural elasticity.
Consequently, we are losing muscle density, uneven adipose tissue, puffiness, grey, dull skin, wrinkles, and other signs of aging.
Is there anything we can do to stop or slow down the process? Prevention is the key!
By exercising your facial muscles, you are releasing muscle tension which will also have a snowball effect on the rest of your body. At the same time, skin surface will be regenerated with much-needed oxygen and nutrients.
Everyone can enjoy the facial massage. Those in the early ’20s will benefit from their skin glow, stimulated muscles, reduced puffiness, and prevention of premature wrinkles. It is for everyone who wants young-looking skin without invasive methods.
For those over 35, this treatment is better known as “non-surgical facelift”. Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, lifting muscle tonus, and reducing the sign of tiredness.
Start exercising your facial muscles with the maderotherapy, the same way you are exercising your body, by choosing your gym trainer, preferable exercise, and intensity. Start by contacting us, and we can tailor the best face fitness regime for you.