Having been in the Beauty Profession for 32 years I have a wealth of knowledge to share with women to maintain a youthful completion.
MY IDEA of massaging my face every night for 5 minutes over 21 days to see if there is a VISIBLE difference.
When we make facial expressions, we’re essentially transmitting a packet of information that can be received, read and interpreted by others. By contracting or expanding our facial muscles in different degrees and combinations, we can produce thousands of different messages that provide cues to our overall emotional state, our short-term feelings about our immediate environment, our mental well-being, our personality and mood, our physical health, our creditability and whether or not we view others as being creditable.
The smile — transmitted either consciously or subconsciously — is viewed across cultures as a sign of friendliness, especially when greeting someone. Frowns, too, are generally recognized as indicating sadness or disapproval.
There are 43 muscles in the face, most of which are controlled by the seventh cranial nerve (also known as the facial nerve). This nerve exits the cerebral cortex and emerges from your skull just in front of your ears. It then splits into five primary branches: temporal, zygomatic, buccal, mandibular and cervical. These branches reach different areas of the face and enervate muscles that allow the face to twist and contort into a variety of expressions.
However, nobody has really come up with a definitive number for how many muscles it takes to smile or frown — one person’s smile is another person’s smirk. Also, not everyone has the same number of facial muscles; some have more, enabling a wider range of expression, while some people actually have 40 percent fewer.
The truth is that people smile — and frown — differently, even when presented with similar stimuli. There is an even wider range of variety when one begins using different expressive muscles for the eyes, mouth, nose and forehead.
When we go to the GYM we give our muscles a work out to tear the muscle to tighten and firm different muscles of the body.
With the face the elastin and collagen in the dermal layer (middle) cannot be replace, though with MASSAGE STIMLATION we can assist the muscles to plump up and rebuild. This sounds to me that we can maintain our youthful skin if we start to massage for 5 minutes in our early 30’s.
It is never too late to start, I am 53 years old and look forward to seeing the results in 21 day. I will be starting today the 1st October 2013.
In this picture you can see that we also stimulate the organ’s when we massage the face.