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Can Facial Exercises Help Middle-Aged Women's Appearance?


According to researchers at Northwestern University, middle-aged women who perform facial exercises at least once every other day had improved facial appearance. The study's results found that women with an average age of 50 had fuller upper and lower cheeks after conducting exercises over 20 weeks. This is the first scientific study to test the idea of facial exercise improving appearance. The study participants performed 90-minute exercises from Gary Sikorski's Happy Face Yoga.

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