Book Review | Vital Face: Facial Exercises and Massage for Health and Beauty
Vital Face: Facial Exercises and Massage for Health and Beauty
Singing Dragon, Philadelphia, PA 2013
You need exercise to keep your body healthy, but how often do you exercise the fifty muscles in your face and neck? Facial muscles hold tension and become flabby just like any other muscle in the body. Vital Face: Facial Exercises and Massage for Health and Beauty fully illustrates easy-to-follow practices to care for your facial muscles. Stretching techniques and movement exercises help pinpoint target areas, improving the appearance and wellbeing of the face and neck. The guidebook shows ways to relax the jaw where tension is often held, and addresses health issues including teeth clenching and grinding, and also the effects of Bell's palsy. These stretches and exercises will not only help you feel better, but will also lift facial features, reduce facial lines and give you healthy glowing skin. Not bad for a few minutes of making faces in the mirror, and all without breaking a sweat.
Gail Lord is a freelance writer living in Massachusetts. Please send book review copies to 51 North Street, Grafton, MA 01519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.