How to Reduce Mouth Wrinkles, Laugh Lines


Laughter may be the best medicine, but years of it (along with smiling and talking) can cause creases along your mouth to creep up. Before you consider going under the knife, discover simple no-needle solutions from the pros.

Just as our body needs regular exercise to stay toned and firm, the 57 muscles in the face and neck also need to be exercised. As they become stronger, they are lifted and firmed and the skin attached to the muscles is tautened, reducing lines and wrinkles.

The massage moves increase circulation, lymph flow and remove toxins, improving skin tone, reducing puffiness and dark circles.

This routine also involves gentle acupressure – an age-old technique of pressing on points on the face to increase the flow of energy, or what yogis call prana. And simply learning to relax tension in the face will help to reduce and prevent deep lines and wrinkles caused by stress, squinting or grimacing.

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