Fitface Foundations by Charlotte Hamilton

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Fitface Foundations is all about the foundations of your face, which are your muscles. Exercise your face and you will firm and tone your face. If you are 30 years of age delay and prevent wrinkles from ever coming until into your 50's. Even then you won't have folds and will have a pronounced jaw and firm neck. We all will age but some know the secret of exercise and can delay the process with Fitface. If you are in your 50's its never too late, tone and refresh your face with exercise. If you don't use them you will lose them, I talk of facial muscles and your face will sag, keep it toned with Fitface. Buy both books, one to thumb through and one to know the science behind why you exercise.

The book has 4 different follow instructions. (These face exercises ARE THE SAME as first printed in Fitface Hands Free Facial Toning Exercises).

Fitface toning exercises are different. The revolutionary new technique is performed “hands free” which means there is no touching or pulling of the skin - to avoid damaging delicate facial tissues. Fitface exercises produce strong, tight, firm muscles and increases collagen to give you a toned facial makeover that lasts a lifetime.

Cosmetic surgeons agree that tight firm toned muscles are the most important part of looking good. Fitface “hands free” facial toning exercises work naturally from within - to build, strengthen and repair - lost muscle tone which also rejuvenates collagen. Fitface is fast, fun and easy, making you look fabulous; now and forever. The knife can only cut away healthy skin and muscles, which in the long term results in thinner skin and weaker damaged muscles. Needles can either paralyse muscles or plump under the skin temporarily, to produce a frozen face. In the long the procedures either exacerbates wrinkles or annihilates muscle tone. The long term effects on the brain remain unknown, the choice is yours.

About Charlotte Hamilton

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Born and raised in England. Charlotte immigrated to California, USA in her twenties. There she witnessed firsthand the butchery of a major face-lift to her former partner and vowed never to have a face-lift. Ten years later, following the breakup of her marriage she returned to England to raise her new baby daughter. At thirty she investigated cosmetic treatments and surgery to eradicate the previously unseen stresses of ageing; such as fold and wrinkles but instead began in earnest facial exercises.Eighteen years later, her daughter suffered a horrendous near fatal accident in which she sustained major facial trauma with 21 fractures to her face. Despite Charlotte's abhorrence to facial surgery for purely cosmetic reasons, Charlotte was in 100% agreement with the cosmetic surgery that her daughter needed (5 plates & 25 screws) TO SAVE HER LIFE.Ultimately, her daughter survived, graduated with an honours degree and now lives in Australia. Charlotte returned to live in Florida. USA but as of late owing to her mother's ailing health has returned to live in the UK. Charlotte has practised facial exercises for over 25 years, has taught friends and lectured on the subject of facial muscles, facial ageing, facial skin, how to slow the ageing process gracefully and all the more drastic alternatives to exercise.Having perfected the best hand's free exercises and a vast array of knowledge she completed the first edition of Fitface in 2008. In 2010 she added photographs with additional information and the book tripled in size. With the success of Fitface and the increase in the ebook market it was suggested that she bring out a book just about the exercises. She has responded by publishing Fitface Foundations which is essentially just the exercises from the 2010 version.Charlotte has appeared on TV and radio both in the USA and UK including ABC News, BBC radio Solent and various newspapers and magazines both on and offline.
Published September 4, 2011 by Fitface. 100 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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