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The Face Needs to Rest in Order to Build Properly
We have tested the exercises twice a day over several months and found that the results were not very forth coming. In fact, we’ve found if you exercise the face too much without giving it time to rest, it may become rather stressed-looking as well as bringing an uneven build to the face. The face needs time to recuperate and recover from all the handling it gets from performing the facial exercises. It needs time-off to build properly. Not to worry if you’ve over-done it, however. Just let the face rest for a few days and then go to a lighter routine.
As a matter of fact, we’ve found performing the exercises once a day, three to five times a week, giving the face and neck at least two days a week rest brought not only faster results but ended in a more elegant and balanced look to the face and neck. You will also see the skin responding in a beautiful way when you stick to this routine, as well. And another reminder, lying down and doing the exercises also brought not only faster results, but better results than performing the exercises only sitting up. Adding the Face Firmer massage technique at the end of each workout facilitates an even, balanced look to the face, too.
After the four month mark adjust your program as follows:
• Under the age of 32 exercise only 2 or 3 times a week
• Between the ages of 32 and 42 exercise 3 times a week
• Over the age of 42 exercise 3 to 5 times a week
You also need to perform the Face Firmer once with every workout.
The Face Firmer helps to round out the exercises and makes sure that as your cheeks build, the hollows in the cheeks firm up and fill out to give you a more youthful, firmer and even look for which the CFF™ program is known. You can perform the Face Firmer twice a day on those days you miss your regular workout and you can also perform the Face Firmer on the days you’re letting the face “rest”, but no more than twice a day on resting days.