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Is Face Yoga safe?

Yes, Face Yoga is safe for most people, as long as the exercises are performed correctly. If you have any concerns, it's best to consult with your doctor before starting a Face Yoga routine.

How often should I do Face Yoga?

It's recommended to practice Face Yoga at least three to four times a week to see noticeable results. However, the frequency of exercises can be adjusted to your personal schedule and needs.

How long does it take to see results from Face Yoga?

The amount of time it takes to see results from Face Yoga can vary based on your skin type, age, and other factors. Some people may notice results within a few weeks, while others may take longer. It's important to be consistent and patient with your routine to see the best results.

 Are there any risks associated with Face Yoga?

When performed correctly, Face Yoga is generally considered safe. However,it is important to understand the correct postures and do the right exercises for you.

Is Face Yoga just for women?

No, Face Yoga is not just for women. Anyone can benefit from Face Yoga, regardless of gender or age.

 How does face yoga help with face symmetry?

Face yoga exercises can help improve face symmetry by strengthening and toning specific facial muscles, reducing tension, and increasing blood flow to the face. These factors can result in a more balanced and proportional appearance.

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Preventative measures, as well as methods to reverse some signs of aging

Increases Blood Circulation

Massaging the forehead can increase blood flow to the area, which can improve the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the skin cells, resulting in a healthy glow.

Reduces Puffiness

If you have puffy eyes or a bloated face, a forehead massage can help drain excess fluid and reduce swelling.

Reduces Wrinkles

A forehead massage can help smooth out fine lines and wrinkles by improving blood circulation, promoting collagen production, and relaxing the muscles.

If you are seeing horizontal lines on your forehead, these lines can become deep wrinkles in future.

If you have wrinkles on your forehead.

If you have vertical lines between your eyebrows.

  • Face yoga is a natural and non-invasive approach to reducing the appearance of wrinkles on the face, including forehead wrinkles. It works by toning and strengthening the muscles in your face, which can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve the overall texture and tone of your skin.

  • The frequency of face yoga to remove wrinkles may vary depending on individual needs and preferences.

  • This is a 42-minute course

  • The amount of time it takes to see results from Face Yoga can vary based on your skin type, age, and other factors. Some people may notice results within a few weeks, while others may take longer. It's important to be consistent and patient with your routine to see the best results.

Face Symmetry Course

Ageing and  some lifestyle habits may lead to uneven face symmetry like uneven lips or jaw imbalance; and it can grow rapidly. Learn how to strengthen your face muscles, right postures of face yoga and get a natural glow.

Stephanie steed

This is the first time any facial yoga exercises ever really made a difference. I can actually feel the burn in these. Thank you so much for this course gorgeous.

Deb Brown

I’m 38 and I’ve started to notice my lower chin and jaws. I’ve watched and am using 3 different courses. It’s so easy I do these while I take my daughter to school and doing my makeup in the morning! 

Susan Green

Parmita this is so much more than just Face exercise! You bring the joy! My whole spirit feels happy I found you on the tube! Thank you


Forehead Face Yoga 

Price reduced from $40 to $30 for a limited time

Forehead Face Yoga

Price reduced from $40 to $30 for a limited time

Face symmetry is very important for our self-confidence and to attract positive attention in social environments. Most of us don't realise face asymmetry, as it happens gradually. Various reasons of Face asymmetry are- 

Ageing: Ageing can be different for different face parts leading to asymmetry

Lifestyle habits: Simple lifestyle mistakes like carrying heavy bag on shoulder can start pulling face muscles in one direction

Excessive alcohol, smoking and bad postures also lead to Face asymmetry

Trauma: An injury or trauma to the face

Congenital conditions: Certain congenital conditions such as cleft lip or palate can cause face asymmetry.

Facial nerve problems: Disorders because of weak face muscles or paralysis

Environmental factors: Exposure to sun, wind, and pollution can cause skin damage and contribute to face asymmetry.

What causes Forehead Wrinkles?

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About Parmita Katkar

Parmita Katkar, an ex miss India Asia Pacific, now dedicated to empowering women through cultivation of self-image, confidence, and powerful inner and natural beauty. She specializes in women’s-image consulting and provide advice specifically designed to strengthen and sharpen your presence, style and beauty. Her knowledge and experience in Face Yoga is something that’s unique to anti-age naturally. Over 2 million user have shown trust in her way of teaching, proven over more than 10 years with realistic face lift results without the side effects of Botox and fillers.

Forehead Face yoga program

In this program, you will not only learn to develop firmness in your forehead area and reduce wrinkles but also learn what is causing forehead aging, precautions to maximize the benefit from face exercises and massage routines.

Forehead wrinkles are lines or creases that appear on the forehead as a result of the natural aging process or other factors such as sun exposure, stress, genetics, and facial expressions. These wrinkles may start as fine lines and become deeper and more pronounced over time.

Ageing: As we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, two proteins that help keep skin firm and elastic. As a result, our skin becomes less elastic and more prone to developing wrinkles.

Dehydration: Dehydrated skin can become dry and lose its elasticity, making it more prone to developing wrinkles.

Repeated Facial Expression: Repetitive facial expressions, such as frowning or squinting, can cause the muscles in the forehead to contract, leading to the development of wrinkles over time.

Sun Exposure: UV radiation from the sun damages collagen and elastin, leading to premature aging and the development of wrinkles.

Various reasons for forehead wrinkles could be:

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What defines Parmita?

"If your body can look better with a workout then so can your face! "

Ex-Miss India pacific

Mother of 2 boys

Self-image transformation specialist

Pioneer in face yoga

Parmita Katkar is the founder of Blushwithme Parmita self-image transformation academy, a company that not only empowers and defines your personal brand with clarity but also refines your personal style, and body language that communicates your brand message and creates a social media presence with complete control of the narrative about yourself. 

Parmita, now 45 years, has more than 10 years of experience teaching Face yoga and 20 years as a self-image expert, she has created an empire of influence by helping over 2.5 million followers globally.

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