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Toned Muscles Diminish Wrinkles

A deep wrinkle is caused by skin adhering to underlying tissue. Whenever the muscle contracts, the skin is pulled down, creating a valley. It takes years of “unconscious”, repetitive movement over and over again to create this valley we call a wrinkle. Botox® paralyzes muscle. If the muscle can’t contract, you don’t see the valley. The problem is, as soon as Botox® wears off, the movement is also back and therefore the wrinkle shows up, once again! A more sensible and permanent approach for deep wrinkles is to strengthen muscle, but also to free up the skin where it is stuck down. Read more …

De-tack those Wrinkles

CFF™ offers a three-step technique for actually releasing or “de-tacking” the adhering skin and then teaches you how to actually rub out the wrinkle. Just as you can rub out a wrinkle in a piece of shoe leather, you can also rub out a wrinkle in the face. As with a shoe, you must place a sock under the area on which you wish to work so that you create a firm surface on which to rub out that line. You will need to be sure you always contract the muscle underneath the skin area on which you work, as well. Read more …