FAQs


1. What is Face Pilates?

Face Pilates is a series of exercises designed to teach you how to work the muscles and the skin of your face using your fingers and facial expressions.  The routine increases blood circulation, lifts the muscles, improves skin condition, relieves stress and leaves you feeling relaxed and revitalized. Using the principals of Pilates, you identify and isolate the muscles on your face and neck and use a combination of breathing, stretching, repetitive pulsations and massage to ‘workout’ your entire face.

2. Why should I practice Face Pilates?

With the increasing pressures from the media to look young and fit, people, specifically middle-aged women are turning to invasive and often dangerous medical procedures to achieve their desired look. We want to help you look and feel young again without having surgery. Drawing from the women who worked to develop face exercise, we have developed our own form of facial exercise that we call Face Pilates.

3. How long does it take for results to occur?

The results are noticeable in weeks, especially because our face generally doesn’t have very much fat covering the muscle so the results show much quicker.  In fact, when you do the workout you will notice the difference from one side to the other as you go through the routine.   It really is amazing!

4. How often should I practice? Do I need to do the entire routine?

We recommend that you work the entire face once a week and focus on those ‘special areas’ of your face during your daily body and face care routine. Check out our YouTube channel for our Daily Face Routine series.

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