Hi Pam I had a feeling that is what it was going to say. You mean you don;t go to Botox parties? haha. Just kidding neither do I. I look through my pics as my husband takes them and boy, I can make some wierd facial expressions. So I will try to keep smiling, and always looked surprised :-)) thanks
Great article, Pam! So proud of you. I make faces when I lift weights too - although I haven't hit the gym lately! I think a big part of it is genetics and since we are all aging everyday, I think I'll keep my straws. Love ya! xo
Pam, Don't change the joy of facial expressions, for a slight chance in reductions of facial lines.I can imagine being at the gym enjoying your natural response to those heavy weights. Your wonderful personality shining through. Don't change that.I am 52. My sister started getting on to me in my early 30's about my facial expressions. Too,being too rough when handling my face. Yesterday, I had a Dr. appt. The nurse and, the Dr bothtold me I did NOT look 52. Now, I do sporadically do facial exercises. I use to do them faithfully.That I do believe helps one look more youthful. Just like working with weights.On my 43rd B-day I bought a facial exerciser from QVC. It is a little gadget that uses rubber bandsfor resistance. You put it inside the edges of the mouth and, push it back and forth. It does wondersif you use it faithfully. :)
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