Facial Magic Review: Does It Work?
For the woman who is looking for a way to reduce the signs of aging in her face, who wants to avoid surgery and reduce her reliance on cosmetics, it is very appealing to think of exercise as a way back to a more youthful, healthy-looking appearance.
Facial Magic includes more than the program’s basic exercises, which are available on Rowland’s DVD – a nine-week program which introduces 18 exercises at a rate of two weekly. FM also includes products for cleansing, moisturizing, and nourishing the skin. In addition, the Facial Magic system offers a manually operated suction device that fits over the lips and ‘plumps’ them up, reducing the appearance of fine lines that come with aging. The effect, although not long-lasting (half a day at the most) dramatically increases fullness in both lips. Facial Magic also calls for the rather dainty use of white cotton gloves to avoid touching the face directly with the fingertips.
Users of the Facial Magic system, and of every form of facial exercise out there, are universally ecstatic about the results. Facial exercises are among the most effective exercises available, and the results are immediately noticeable. Facial Magic users report being taken for ten to twenty years younger than their actual age. One woman, 67, heard, in her retirement interview, that she didn’t look more than 50. Another woman, 54, routinely dates men 10 to 15 years younger, who believe she’s younger than they are. Many users of Facial Magic have been using the system for years, looking younger now than when they started. Some users were turned down flat by cosmetic surgeons who refused to work on them because they were ‘too young’ or their skin was ‘too well-toned,’ even when the women’s true age was revealed. Cosmetic surgery is not needed by anyone who practices facial exercises.
Diligence and knowing how to exercise effectively is important. The Facial Magic system offers very specific, detailed instruction, support, and an integrated product line.