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5.0 out of 5 stars I am 43 but mistaken for 33 thanks to Eva!, 15 Jan. 2006
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This review is from: Eva Fraser's Facial Workout (Penguin Health Care & Fitness) (Paperback)
I often have a tired worried looking face due to over expressivity which leaves its mark. Also, tiredness is excerbated by my asymetrical features.
This book is wonderful - it is positive and it actually works! However, it is essential that you first master the basic workout and multiply every exercise itself by 5 too and practice this for at least 10 weeks and I GUARANTEE you will feel and see your face 'lift' to a brighter, livelier and springier look. It will look more 'chiselled' too. I went from a tired haggard no-shape 43 year old face to a bright happier "looks 33" years old with DIMPLES! when i smile!
My only advice - takes helluva lot of effort and time to get past the shakey unused face muscles bits and you have to really force yourself to keep going - but even after 2 sessions for 2 days you WILL see/feel improvements. After 2 months change to your own tailored plan for those disliked areas.
Its natural, cheap and fun to watch yourself improve over the months. No expensive unnatural cosmetic butchering, its YOU, done by YOU! Eva is a wonderful person to pass this wisdom on!
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Initial post: 6 May 2011 10:00:02 BDT
Blondie says:
Please explain to me whether when you use your fingers to lift your face upwards in the basic excercises, it is your fingers that are doing the job, or it is the actual muscles that are working on their own. It is not made clear either in the video or in the book.

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Apr 2012 22:42:03 BDT
I'm sure I have read in another review/comment on this method that the use of fingers is just to make you aware of which muscles you are working on - where exactly to concentrate your efforts, if you see what I mean.

Posted on 12 Mar 2014 01:04:30 GMT
H. Schmidt says:
The strange thing you mentioned that you now have a dimple was funny to me because after doing these exercises for only 3 to 4 weeks, I noticed a have a "dimple" on my right cheek when I smile now! and I can see one developing on my left cheek. How strange but I kinda like it!
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