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  • January 11, 2019

Why Facercise Rocks

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Why Facercise Rocks

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facial exercisesMen and women across the globe have been doing Facercise, our proprietary system of facial exercises, for decades. This is because our system is considered the best of the best! The natural results Facercise yields are unrivaled and easy to achieve. You can do this system on your own time and in the comfort of your home—or even your car. Read on to learn about the incredible benefits!

Facial Exercises are Detoxifying

Facercise stimulates the lymphatic system, which is responsible for eliminating the toxins from our body. When functioning properly, it revs the metabolism while removing from bacteria from our skin. This means less dead skin cells and cleaner pores, which results in fewer breakouts and fresher looking skin.

Natural Looking Results

Unlike the results you get from Botox and other injectables, Facercise gives you a younger, but more natural appearance. There is no bruising, swelling, risk of infection or other side effects associated with facial exercises.

A Youthful Glow

Facercise boosts blood flow and facilitates the delivery of oxygen to your skin cells. This imparts a healthy glow to your skin, while fighting the development of wrinkles.

Facercise Combats Sagging

As we age, the body’s production of collagen and elastin slows down, which makes the skin lose elasticity. Facercise boosts production of both these essential proteins, which firms and lifts the skin. Regular practice fights sagging and makes skin appear firmer and more lifted. You can even resculpt areas of your face, such as a long nose or double chin, aka “the wattle.”

A Brighter Complexion

Facial exercises improve skin tone and brighten your complexion. By boosting oxygen delivery, your skin eliminates dead skin cells faster and can better absorb moisture and skin care products.

Regular Facercise keeps you looking young without the risks of surgery or side effects associated with Botox and other dermal fillers. Click here for more information.