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    But thats not primal !!!!!!!!!!!

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    Red face Yes, I've tried Happy Face Yoga, it works well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fantazmic View Post
    Hi everyone

    Ive been doing some reading on the web about facial exercises.

    Has anyone done them ? If so...whose program did you use and did they work?

    Just interested to hear peoples experiences
    Yes, I've tried Happy Face Yoga, it works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fantazmic View Post
    The thing is there is so much out there on the web and I came across this hideous woman (wish I had kept the link) who had had plastic surgery advocating facial exercises (fat lot of good it did her). Ill tryand find it later and post it......
    Was it Carole Maggio? I was just reading about her last night.

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    I think it's wise to go this route, if any. I am just amazed by the amount of women who apparently believe that having rubber, plastic, immobile faces makes them look "younger". (Just turn on any daytime TV show for a examples of this)

    I'd rather look my age - with some wrinkles, lines and all. That is just not beauty in my eyes. I honestly feel sorry for women who are so desperate that they are suckered into messing with their faces and ending up horrified by what they see in the mirror. What an awful feeling when they realize how they look and the sad truth hits that they are going to be stuck like that for a while. What's worse is that they panic and often opt for MORE work to try to fix the mess made on the first attempt. It's so sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by little vase View Post
    Was it Carole Maggio? I was just reading about her last night.
    Yes.....I certainly dont want to look like her....she looks plastic...and quite clearly if sheneeded plastic surgery....her process doesnt work !!!!!!

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    Thanks for sharing Little vase, but exercise is not only the thing through which we can keep our face smart and younger after 40. We need complete diet and proper time management for food then only it possible.

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    @Fantazmic: Of course! there is a lot methods that you can use to practice and for me it is the most natural things that you can use rather then spending on botox or facial products.

    Cheers,

    Sarah @ www.exerciseforface.com

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