How To Train Facial Muscles Easily

Training is a great way to sharpen your muscles, lose inches and protect your skin from sagging. Facial or facial yoga exercises can make your face look younger, toning up muscles and reducing wrinkles.

These are also good exercises if you have problems with the muscles on your face and building stronger muscles for a firmer and more confident look.

There are about 50 muscles in your face, and training these muscles has the added advantage of making your eyes strong and relieving the tension of your neck and face. By giving your face muscles some work, you can make your face more attractive and show it to the world.

Exercising Your Mouth

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Smile practice. One of the easiest ways to strengthen your face from wrinkles is exercise. In this exercise, slowly apply your mouth to a full smile position while holding a different position. This gives you more control over your face and your smiling ability.
  • Start smiling slowly, extending the corner of your mouth sideways and hold your lips together.
  • Then turn the mouth to open the upper teeth.
  • Smile as much as you can and show your teeth.
  • When you reach this point, slowly relax your mouth and return the smile to the starting point.
  • Stop at several levels of this extension of your smile and hold this position for 10 seconds.

Apply Pressure To Your Smile

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Like the last exercise, this exercise uses different levels of your smile to train your facial muscles. Here your fingers provide additional resistance to working with the muscles around the mouth.
  • Make a big smile and hold it with your fingers while clicking on each corner.
  • Close your lips by half and then with your fingers to resist movement.
  • Hold each position for 10 seconds.

Do a lip exercise

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

This is a simple exercise that increases blood flow to the lips. It makes the meatier parts healthier, brighter and more natural.
  • Open your mouth slightly and make sure your upper and lower lips are relaxed.
  • Bring the lower lip forward until it touches the upper lip.
  • Bring your upper and lower lip inside the mouth. Apply pressure, then relax.

Do a face lift exercise

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

In this exercise, the muscles around the upper lip are trained to prevent sagging and to maintain a strong lip contour.
If you do it right, you will have a strong smile that shows more of your upper teeth.

3 Tips To Reaching Your Health and Fitness Goals With A Busy Lifestyle
  • Open your mouth and fill your nostrils. Fold up the nose until it stops, then slowly tighten the upper lip and hold it for 10 seconds.
  • Open your mouth a bit and place your finger under the eye on the cheekbone. Slowly flip the upper lip and keep your finger on the face. Hold for 10 seconds and then slowly return to the starting position.

Do the OO-EE mouth

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

If you move your mouth with some basic sounds, you can handle the lips as well as the muscles between the upper lip and the nose.

This is a simple exercise that only requires an exaggerated movement of the face when clinker.
  • Open your mouth, and then put your lips together so your teeth are separated and invisible.
  • Say “OO” and use an exaggerated movement to connect your lips.
  • Change the sounds to “EE” and use an exaggerated movement to stretch your lips form. You can also replace “EE” with “AH” to get another workout.
  • Do 10 repetitions between “OO” and “EE”, then repeat 3 sets.

Do a mandibular strengthening exercise

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

This exercise works on the lower jaw and the important part of smiling, talking and chewing, as well as everything that your mouth does. This kind of exercise helps to prevent double chins and prevent care in the lower part of the face.
  • Keep your mouth closed, especially your teeth and lips, slightly closed.
  • Separate the teeth as much as possible without opening the lips.
  • Slowly move the lower jaw forward. If possible, stretch the lower lip and hold it for 5 seconds.
  • Slowly return the jaws, lips and teeth to their original position.

Exercising Your Forehead and Eyes

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Closing your eyes with little resistance to stretching out of your mouth. When using a large number of different muscles, this exercise can help stretch the entire face, not just the eyes.
  • Pull the lips so that your facial muscles are compressed, and then pulled the lips to one side.
  • Squeeze one eye shut for one second, then repeat 10 times, holding your lips to the side. Then do the other eye.
  • Do it repeatedly 3 times, rest for a while, then do 3 sets of 10 again.