Drive Through Facelifts
Can you actually get a facelift on your lunch hour? Plastic surgery has become the fastest growing sector of the medical community because of all the amazing breakthroughs in anti-aging techniques. For those who don't want to go under the knife, there are so many different ways to tighten, tone, lift and laser away wrinkles. Still, these procedures all come with risks and there are still quite costly (in the thousands), so what can you do at home to lift sagging skin? The easiest to find is a temporary lift in the form of a serum that claims to pull up and tighten your face before applying make-up. These serums tend to tighten so much though that they may make you feel so uncomfortable that it's not worth the application. There are so many companies that now make these kind of products that you really don't have to go further than your drugstore to find them. There are also little machines that you can purchase that, when applied to the face, will create a pulse that supposedly exercises the facial muscles. Don't bother with these. They are far too expensive and not always easy to use, not to mention painful. Those facial muscles are exercised through little electrical shocks and they can hurt more than help in most cases. The best product I have found was on QVC. It is called Facial Flex and costs under $30. All it takes is about two minutes a day. You don't need batteries and it isn't at all painful. This product used in conjunction with a good firming cream (Wei East Chestnut Firming Cream or Serious Skin Care Lift) will get you good results over time. It won't be as dramatic as a facelift of course, but it won't set you back thousands of dollars or very much of your valuable time. If you want to get a great drugstore product, try L'Oreal skincare products. They are inexpensive, easy to obtain and you can get pretty good results over time.