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Yoga for a Beautiful Face - Easy Exercises to Help You Look Young Again - cover

Yoga for a Beautiful Face - Easy Exercises to Help You Look Young Again

Lourdes Julian Çabuk

Publisher: Turner

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Look years younger while improving your mind, body, and spirit with Çabuk's easy exercises for beautifying the face and neck. There is no need for dangerous plastic surgery or Botox injections or "fillers." This guide shows readers how to achieve better results at no cost, financial or otherwise. She begins with easy exercises, from using muscles around the eyes and mouth to reduce crow's feet and laugh lines to blowing balloons to improve facial tone. She gently lifts cheek and neck tone with relaxing movements. The remainder of the book presents the concept of "deep beauty yoga"--deep breathing and daily exercises to beautify inside and out.

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