The Ultimate Facercise Paperback – Unabridged, 18 Mar 2011
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About the Author
Carole Maggio is a skincare specialist and bestselling author who has been teaching her unique Facercise system around the world for thirty years. Her clients include celebrities, rock stars, business leaders and politicians. She lives in California
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Of course the main reason why many people will buy the book is to learn the Facercise exercises, which is great because the exercises are the backbone of the Facercise programme. However the book is also absolutely packed with lots of other really great information and advice about the many other things you can do to keep yourself looking younger. The book looks at the facts about facial exercises and why they are so important in our quest to stay youthful. It also contains dietary advice, information about the newest advances in skincare, and even the reason why the way we sleep is such an important factor in keeping lines and wrinkles at bay. There are many client success stories and before & after photos, plus a really fascinating section about natural hormone replacement.
Believe me, if you're worried about your face showing the signs of ageing and you want to do something about it, you really must buy this book. It's simply fantastic!
Once you get past the weird expressions you find yourself pulling in the mirror, and you start to do the exercises properly until you actually feel 'the burn' then you'll definitely start to see results.
That being said, they are different mediums, and I think complement each other perfectly, while the video shows the exercise and you can sort of pick it up, the book explains it in detail, some of which might not be visible in the video. If you have only the book, you can go to youtube, some exercises have videos there, so that can be a great help.
The book has several sections:
- how Facercise began
- how it can change the face with sample photos (that were usually quite subtle, but that is only after 1 month so understandable, I didn't like that the post ones were with makeup and different poses)
- general advices (nutrition, sun exposure, sleep, supplements, dry brushing, skincare...)
- longer version of 13 exercises - 12 minutes
- explanations how to do them in the car (not really my thing)
- short programme of 13 exercises, slightly tweaked and shortened version of the longer one - 8 minutes
- some exciting developments in skin care
Exercises should be performed twice daily, and once you memorize them, it really isn't difficult. You can do them in batches, some in bed, whenever you have time.
I do have a previous version of Facercise, but I wasn't really consistent so don't really have a lot to show for my efforts... I started with it again abut month and a half ago, and then decided to get this book to see what changed. There are some new exercises, some are removed, some tweaked. I do prefer some exercises from the previous one (neck exercises while lying down, I think they are more effective like that), but for the most part, I think the new ones are better - faster and more effective.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
am trying out the exersizes - have heard great reviews so fingers crossedPublished 2 months ago by KN - Hove
disappointing contents and exercises not clear enough sometime to follow - very uninspiring book, and that photo of the author at the end is very unconvincing!Published 4 months ago by Sally
The instructions for most of the excercises are almost incomprehensible. The 'before and after' photos sum it up - there appears to be no difference.Published 17 months ago by Customer
Book brilliant have been doin them everyday for 3 weeks pleased with purchase book lives up to its reputation! Would recommend it buy this bookPublished 21 months ago by sarah