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Facial Flex Alternative Exercises

Facial Flex Alternative Exercises

Facial Exercises: Do they really work? Our customers will not only say yes. They will offer variations on the exercises most traditionally done with the Facial Flex. If you're looking to find some new and innovative ways to exercise your face, chin and neck, take...

Negative Perceptions About Facial Exercise

Negative Perceptions About Facial Exercise

  Today is the day that we challenge some of the bad optics and negative perceptions about facial exercises for wrinkles. With any rising trend, especially one that falls within the medical field, greater scrutiny is sure to follow. The contentious Facial...

Resting Face and Facial Exercises

Resting Face and Facial Exercises

Nowadays, when you see the words "resting" and "face" paired together, there's usually a third, unflattering one sandwiched in-between. Yes, you know what I'm getting at. "Resting B@$%% Face..." Or "RBF," as it is often called. The term has generated a surprising...

Facial Exercise and Microstomia

Facial Exercise and Microstomia

Originally, Facial Flex--or technically an earlier ancestor device--wasn't designed for those simply looking to prolong their beauty. It was for those battling a degenerative facial condition known as Microstomia, or to use an even more challenging medical term:...

Facial Yoga or Facial Flex?

Facial Yoga or Facial Flex?

Facial Yoga is a hot trend, but does it really work? How does Facial Yoga compare to Resistance Training using Facial Flex? Learn Here.

Ask Linda: Wrinkles around the Lips

Ask Linda: Wrinkles around the Lips

This is the first of our "Ask Linda" blog series. Here you'll see specialized questions from dedicated Facial-Flex users followed by answers from Facial-Flex CEO Linda Hellings. Our first question came from a body-mind therapist, named Jacqui. She wanted to know more...

Lymph Nodes and Wrinkles

Lymph Nodes and Wrinkles

Beyond just time and facial exercise, the lymph nodes--those floating green modules you see above--also affect how we wrinkle as we age. More specifically, we're talking about the lymphatic drainage process, which can be activated by a little light-massage, which--if...

Blood Flow and Skin Health

Blood Flow and Skin Health

Increased blood flow, AKA circulation, is good for more than just your insides: It's good for your outer skin health, too! You already know it's good for the heart and other vital organs, but lets enumerate, quickly. On the inside, circulation acts as your oxygen...

A Good, Hard Look at your Platysma

A Good, Hard Look at your Platysma

When was the last time you gave your Platysma a good, hard look? Do you know what your Platysma is? Your answer likely depends on which side of middle-age you fall on, as it does for many of questions related to health or vanity. With that, it's a give-in that most...