Maintaining a youthful face requires something deeper than skincare.  If you’re over the age of 30, you know what I’m saying is true. No matter how faithfully you care for your face, over time, you will see the gradual loosening of your facial features. This is how to get rid of sagging jowls.

This loosening tells us that your facial structure is changing. The muscles and skin seem to have a life of their own. Your once firm face is losing its contour and shape.

Typically, at age 30, you have likely developed noticeable frown lines. Those pesky 11’s may have been developing since childhood. Once they have etched themselves firmly between your brows, as long as you continue to contract the eyebrow muscles while squinting or frowning, the furrows will continue to deepen.

By the age of 40, you will see crinkling around the eyes while folds, creases and lines develop between the nose and mouth. These are signs that an intervention is needed.

There are other signs unfortunately.

By the age of 50, your face is in free-fall. Cheeks, once round and high, are cascading toward your mouth. Vertical neck bands cannot be disguised. The lower mouth is affected by this downward slide of heavy muscles. In fact, when considering how to get rid of sagging jowls, pouches and marionette lines begin their development as mouth corners turn down.

What about your jawline? Is there a wattle in your future? Perhaps you’ll begin to resemble your Great Aunt Hilda who somehow developed multiple chins?

In this day and age, your facial fitness is just as important as your physical body fitness. Our bodies respond to exercise and so will your face.

Not every facial exercise program will create the youthful face you desire. Some programs want you to believe that twists, puckers, funny faces and contortions will actually work to your advantage. Repetitive movements as these can and will create wrinkles. Why? There is no isolation or resistance created for the muscles to use.

Maintaining a youthful face is easier than you can imagine but you will want to get started today because the longer you wait to begin the rehabilitation of your underlying facial muscles, you rob yourself of the beauty and prettiness you wish to recapture.

Natural beauty is an asset. It frees you from a lifetime of injections and surgeries. Using a proven facial exercise provides all the instruction you need to maintain your beautiful face indefinitely. Areas of concern will revitalize, lift, tone and tighten when you follow the easy and simple, step-by-step instructions.

This unique process of facial rejuvenation is learned in nine weeks. Slowly and surely these reliable exercises will address 15 regions of your face and neck using exercises that are taught two at a time over a period of nine weeks. Strengthening the tiny, hidden muscles will revitalize your skin because your facial skin is attached directly to the muscles. Rich, oxygenated blood will nourish your muscles and skin.

In the beginning, take a closeup photo of your face using the camera in your mobile phone – front and each side. It is suggested that for best results you set aside a few minutes each day to devote to creating your beautiful face. The routine is this:  two exercises in Week One, four exercises in Week Two, six exercises in Week Three…you will add two new movements to your routine weekly.

Each exercise requires 35 seconds.

In Week One, you learn how to lift your upper eyes (eyebrows drop with age) and the upper cheeks…those “apples” will begin to reposition and you will immediately feel the lifting in your forehead. These two exercises are performed six days in a row with one day of rest.

Rehabilitating the jowls and pouches begin in Week Two. Lifting and strengthening the heavy upper cheek muscles first stops the compression around the mouth. Week Two specifically teaches you how to redefine the sides of the jaw so there is definition and youthful contours again. Pouches along side and below the mouth begin lifting with Exercise Four.

Week Three two specific neck exercises are learned. These two exercises demonstrate just how powerful your tongue muscle is as it creates resistance and tension in your neck to stop a double chin.

Week Four teaches an exercise for the upper lip (who wants to wear a neglected, shriveled mouth?) and the first under eye exercise – yes, there are muscles under your eyes!

Week Five teaches two new movements – the first, Exercise 9, is specifically designed to stop the formation of the elevens, the vertical forehead lines between the eye brows. Exercise 10 stops neck bands from developing as this exercise works to reverse the bulging while it strengthens the area where a wattle could form under your chin.

Week Six, Exercise 11, teaches you finger positioning to stop horizontal lines in your forehead. Resistance with contraction works. Exercise 12 is another neck exercise that easily tightens the area.

Week Seven, Exercises 13 and 14, address the lower eye muscles with gentle fingertip resistance. Exercise 14 is a masseter strengthening and contouring exercise for the back of your face near the ears.

Week Eight, Exercises 15 is another contouring movement working inside the mouth to anchor the masseter muscles on both sides of the face. Exercise 16 works to strengthen the area around the sides of the eyes. Wrinkles cannot form when the muscles are strong.

Week Nine – Exercise 17 addresses the bridge of the nose, the tip of the nose (it can droop towards the mouth) and the area between the brows and up into the forehead. Exercise 18 is the mid-face lift. This exercise requires stronger muscles and it completes your program.

Now, more than ever, natural beauty methods far outweigh the results of surgeries and injections. Interventions that require pain, foreign, untested materials, needles, seams, drugs and costly, never guaranteed procedures can be completely eliminated when you choose a proven, results driven facial exercise program that will keep you looking younger than your years.