Health&beauty: Facial Exercises - Get Reading to Skip the Knife
IF you'd rather do-it-yourself, facial exercises hold the key to toned and smooth skin.
Results won't be as quick as with a treatment, but by regularly practicing the exercises recommended, users will also be keeping new signs of ageing at bay.
The New Facercise: Give Yourself a Natural Facelift, by Carole Maggio, has been called a must-read for anyone over 40.
This comprehensive best-selling book of toning and tightening exercises that promise to lessen frown lines, smooth wrinkles and over time make you look years younger, is published by Pan priced pounds 12.99.
If you prefer following a video, one of the first and best is Eva Fraser's Facial Workout, priced pounds 9.99.
It's split into two parts, the first half looks at each exercise individually, while the second shows daily routines to follow.
Another book worth a look is The 10-Minute Facelift by Tessa Thomas. Health and beauty journalist Helen has the inside knowledge on what she calls the high-tech and highly priced treatments of the multi-million pound industry, but has turned her back on them for natural and home-made remedies. …