What is Face Yoga?
It is a set of resistance exercises for the face and neck. It moves all the 57 muscles present into specific postures, making them much stronger, lifted, and firmed. Basically - Yoga for the face! Completely natural way to lasting beauty
How does face yoga treat imperfections?
Face yoga involves moving the face muscles, thereby improving blood circulation. Blood then takes with it all the impurities causing imperfections, gifting you a clearer and glowing skin.
Is there any evidence of face yoga yielding results?
There are many medical studies available to justify the effectiveness of face yoga. One of them is a Northwestern medicine study conducted on middle-aged women over 20 weeks to know the effect of face yoga on skin firmness. Also, check before and after pics of our happy customers and their testimonials.
Who is face yoga for?
I have botox/facelift done. Can I still practice face yoga?
How frequently can the face exercises be practiced?
Is there any right time to exercise face yoga?
No. One of the beauties of face yoga is that you can practice it anywhere and anytime. Never mind if you are cooking, driving, watching TV, or even taking a shower. Indeed, they benefit a little more when practiced early morning or before going to bed.
Does it matter if I stop practicing face yoga after some time?
No worries. Face yoga strengthens your face muscles, causing them to lift. These lifted muscles don’t change into fats if you stop practicing them after some time. You may feel a temporary drooping.
When will I see the visible results?
Scientists have found evidence that the technique can make people visibly look younger in just 20 weeks. However, exact timings may vary from person to person.
Do I keep practicing face yoga even after I get the desired results?
Like you continue gym after the desired results, you must continue practicing poses to keep up the achieved results. After some days of initial practicing, you will find practicing them much easier.
Does face yoga cause more wrinkles?
No, this is a myth. However, if your technique is not correct, you might worsen the condition. We recommend that you choose a certified and experienced instructor.