New Spot London: FaceGym’s Workout to Tone Your Face

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We sweat for hours every week in the gym, but what about toning the muscles in our face? Botox is effective but it’s not necessarily right for everyone. Now there’s an alternative, it’s time to get face physical.

The newly opened FaceGym on Kings Road is the mecca for those seeking a more youthful glow without the cosmetic procedures. FaceGym trainers perform natural face lifts by way of vigorous knuckling massage movements which stimulate blood circulation and collagen production. The result is tighter muscles and fresh glowing skin.

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FaceGym’s Founder and Spa Junkie columnist, Inge Theron, traveled the world reviewing and researching spas which served as the inspiration behind the company’s unique take on facial rejuvenation. The creativity behind this fabulous new trend stems from our ancestors of old. It’s thought that Cleopatra and empresses from the ancient courts of China used facial exercises in an effort to retain their youthful looks. FaceGym uses a range of sculpting techniques aimed at muscle stimulation. These facial exercises are believed to increase blood flow, tone muscles, improve skin condition and even relieve stress…without any needles.

01-embed-face-gymsPhoto Credit: facegym.com FaceGym offers a variety of workouts to choose from ranging from “The Signature” (£40 for 30 minutes) and “The Golden Glow”,  which includes electric muscle stimulation and the infamous gold mask from Mimi Luzon (£110 for 70 minutes).  If only ALL workouts were this effortless.  352 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5UU

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