While some women use collagen fillers, cheek lifts, or even full facelifts, you can enjoy the appearance of cosmetic surgery without the cost or the pain. Read on to discover the best way to treat nasolabial folds
(Hint: you can smooth these lines from the comfort of your own couch).
If you haven’t heard the term ‘nasolabial folds’, it’s likely you’ve at least seen them.
Nasolabial folds are the technical term for the lines that run from the sides of your nose down to the corner of your mouth. Although always present, pronounced nasolabial folds occur as you age and though they don’t offer any health concerns, they can leave you feeling frustrated when you look in the mirror.
This leads to your options to reduce nasolabial folds…
Option A). is to remove all the mirrors in your house. Out of sight, out of mind, right?
In all seriousness, Option B). – the option that thousands of women around the world are starting to take advantage of – is to practice Face Yoga exercises as a form of nasolabial fold treatment.
That’s right, you can perform regular facial exercises to smooth the lines on your face and fall in love with the reflection staring back at you. So leave your mirrors on the wall, and read on to discover the best treatment for nasolabial folds.
What Causes Nasolabial Folds?
Alright, the class is in session.
Nasolabial folds are a completely normal part of human anatomy. Unless you’re a newborn or suffering from a condition that causes facial paralysis, you’ll have nasolabial folds.
This is important to clarify because the goal isn’t to remove these lines entirely but to minimize their appearance with plump cheeks, tighter skin, and toned facial muscles.
So, what causes nasolabial folds?
The aging process makes nasolabial folds more noticeable, with a range of environmental factors helping to speed up the process and exacerbate wrinkle growth, including:
- Excess exposure to the sun
- Lack of collagen due to aging
- Sudden weight loss leaving saggy cheeks
Keep in mind, it’s fine if you enjoy your days at the beach, or you’ve been looking to lose a little weight recently. These contributing factors can be mitigated with a natural, 100% safe, and effective method of reducing nasolabial folds.
3 Most Effective Facial Exercises to Smooth out Nasolabial Folds
Got a spare 10 or 20 minutes in your schedule?
That’s all it takes to practice these simple exercises and start smoothing out deep nasolabial folds.
So whether you’re in the car and looking to work towards younger-looking features, or you catch a few minutes on the couch at the end of the day, these are the exercises that will target nasolabial lines and give you the face you’ve been dreaming about.
If you’ve got kids then you’ve often seen a pout when you tell them it’s bedtime or refuses their request for ice cream instead of dinner.
You’ll be recreating your own perfect pout as part of this simple, easy-to-try facial exercise.
Start by using the index finger of each hand and place them on the corners of your lips. Now, gently lift your lips up towards your ears. You should feel gentle resistance at this stage of the exercise.
Finally, make a pout with your lips while maintaining the resistance and keeping your lips pulled upwards. Don’t worry if you can’t make a perfect pout, the goal is to feel resistance and work the muscles of your cheeks to smooth nasolabial lines.
Hold this pose for 30 seconds.
Repetitions: 4 to 5 times
No, not *that* Big O.
This facial exercise targets your nasolabial folds by lifting the corners of your mouth and helping tighten your skin and tone your muscles.
Practice this Face Yoga exercise by forming your mouth into an ‘O’ shape, while keeping your teeth covered by your lips. Next, start to smile while keeping your mouth in the ‘O’ shape and covering your teeth.
For a more advanced version of this exercise, try holding your lips over your teeth for even more resistance. Aim to hold this pose for up to 20 seconds at a time.
Repetitions: 4 to 5 times
Got a comfortable chair at home? Take a seat and use your index fingers inside the corners of your mouth to gently stretch your lips open. Your mouth should be roughly ¼ of an inch open at this stage of the exercise.
Now, gently apply pressure using your facial muscles to try and close your mouth, while maintaining outward pressure. You should feel your lips resisting and the muscles of your cheeks getting a good workout. Hold this position for 2 to 5 seconds at a time.
Repetitions: 25 to 50 times per day
Anti-aging treatments don’t need to cost an arm and a leg, and they shouldn’t leave you squirming in pain either.
Targeting facial wrinkles and frustrating nasolabial lines is easy when you understand their cause and target those underlying causes with specific exercises.
These are the exciting outcomes enjoyed by women around the world, all from the comfort of their own homes. If you’re ready to unlock the best treatment for nasolabial folds, complete the short quiz below to unlock your FREE custom Face Yoga program now.