5 Effective Facial Exercises To Reduce Nasolabial Folds


April 19, 2018 10:57 By Fabiosa

Nasolabial folds are the lines that appear on the side of the mouth. Most people start noticing them when they get older, but in reality, all people have them. They are especially visible when we begin smiling or laughing.

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Many women don’t like nasolabial folds and want to get rid of them somehow. Some of them use collagen fillers and facelifts, but not everybody knows that they can be treated by facial exercises.

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1. The Purse and Pout

Use both hands to place the index and middle fingers on either side of the mouth. At first, try pulling the corners of your lips up toward the ears. After that, just purse your lips and try to pout.

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2. The Big O

Start with forming your mouth into an O-shape and covering teeth with the lips. Then, try to make a smile by lifting the corners of your mouth. At the same time, massage the face just below the temples.

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3. The Push-Down Smile

To perform this exercise, put three fingers on your cheeks and push them down. While doing it, try raising your cheeks by smiling as hard as possible.

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4. The Right Left Purse

This exercise is very easy: just keep the head straight and purse your mouth to the right then to the left. But keep in mind that you should not move the lower jaw.

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5. The Nose Wrinkle

Try lifting and wrinkling your nose as if you smell something bad. Repeat this procedure 10 times and over a short period of time, you will notice the results.

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If you want to get rid of nasolabial folds, try doing these 5 easy but effective facial exercises.

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By the way, this condition is considered to be a normal part of human anatomy not a medical condition or a sign of aging.

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