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The Facial Exercises for Facial Muscles and Skin from the 1950s

Facial exercises are movements made with the face muscles to firm the skin, tone the contours, and lift the face. Some people say they do not work, while others swear, they do. That’s up to you.

Think about your face, though: it is exposed to the environment far more than the rest of your body, so the sun, extremes of temperature, wind and pollution all take their toll on it in a way that doesn’t happen elsewhere. The skin is also affected by hormones and decreased collagen production. In addition to a healthy diet, facial exercises can help firm and smooth the skin when performed correctly and regularly.

The following are some interesting facial exercises by Joe Bonomo from the 1950s.

#1 These exercises may improve the modeling of your features, stimulate circulation, and strengthen muscles.

These exercises may improve the modeling of your features, stimulate circulation, and strengthen muscles.

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#2 With mouth closed, push jaw to one side. Keep eyes closed, contracting muscles about eyes. Reverse.

With mouth closed, push jaw to one side. Keep eyes closed, contracting muscles about eyes. Reverse.

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#3 This helps to prevent wrinkles around mouth and to mold chin. Close eyes and push eyebrows up.

This helps to prevent wrinkles around mouth and to mold chin. Close eyes and push eyebrows up.

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#4 Strengthen mouth muscles and help to prevent laugh lines. Purse lips, lifting the eyebrows.

Strengthen mouth muscles and help to prevent laugh lines. Purse lips, lifting the eyebrows.

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#5 Stimulate muscles under eyes and increase circulation. Draw features together, contracting muscles.

Stimulate muscles under eyes and increase circulation. Draw features together, contracting muscles.

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#6 To prevent wrinkles in forehead and around eyes, draw down corners of mouth, at the same time open eyes.

To prevent wrinkles in forehead and around eyes, draw down corners of mouth, at the same time open eyes.

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#7 Relieve the tension of contraction induced exercises. Open mouth wide and stretch its sides as much as possible.

Relieve the tension of contraction induced exercises. Open mouth wide and stretch its sides as much as possible.

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#8 Avoid double chin, fill out under eyes. Thrust out jaw as far as possible, pushing lower lip up toward nose.

Avoid double chin, fill out under eyes. Thrust out jaw as far as possible, pushing lower lip up toward nose.

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