Bone Atrophy Significantly Contributes to Facial Aging - Facial Exercise Expert Deborah Crowley's Findings Now Backed by Scientific Research

Top Quote Facial exercise pioneer Deborah Crowley has promoted the benefits of exercising facial muscles to improve the appearance of lines and prevent sagging skin for more than three decades. Deb released the first edition of her Facialbuilding program, 'FlexEffect®' in 1979. In 2010 she introduced FlexEffect Facialbuilding 3rd Edition, which she claims, "blows the doors off previous editions." End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 21, 2011 - What led Deborah Crowley to passionately pursue a form of facial training in a time that most medical professionals consider such training as damaging, or a hoax at best?

    Deborah explains, "In my late 20's I began to see some signs of facial aging. Fine lines were appearing around my eyes, and my skin was beginning to lose its childlike firmness. As a dance performer and choreographer my looks were extremely important to me. Having already heard of facial exercises I began my explorations by doing facial isometric exercises. Impressed as I was with the results of my training, I would soon learn under the right circumstances 'toning' exercises are not enough, not nearly enough".

    A few years later, Deb became interested in weight training and subsequently stepped into competitive bodybuilding. Due to the rigorous training and heavy dieting that comes with being a competitive bodybuilder her training began to have an aging effect on her face. "Although I liked the look of my body, my face had become extremely gaunt - not a good trade off".

    Instinctively knowing what it would take to fill out her face, she developed what is know today as the most aggressive form of facial training - Facialbuilding. "I converted every isometric exercise I was doing into resistance training".

    After several weeks of 'facial' resistance training, Deb realized she had it the jackpot. "The firmness of my face was astonishing, my face proved every bit as responsive to resistance training as the rest of my body."

    Deb, and thousands of FlexEffect clients worldwide, have found that as the facial muscles increase in density, cheeks are lifted, lines and wrinkles diminish and the face becomes noticeably firmer.

    Even with the success of her original and 2nd edition program she was not content to end it there. When Deborah reached the age of 60, most new acquaintances still guessed her to be in her 40s, but Deb was noticing some subtle facial changes she was not happy with. Extensive investigation led her to believe bone atrophy was the cause. She then developed Jolting® and Pressure Reps® for the remodeling of facial bone (increasing the bones density), and Cross Stretching® to promote collagen and increase elasticity. The 2010 3rd edition of FlexEffect Facialbuilding includes these two completely new and innovative anti-aging techniques.

    Right after the release of Deb's 3rd edition, research, including a study carried out at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, correlates with Deb's finding. These recent studies have shown beyond doubt that bone atrophy contributes significantly to facial aging, and that gravity and repetition of facial expressions are not such important factors in the aging process and more importantly, facial exercise just might be a way to slow down the bone loss.

    Deborah affirms the researcher's discoveries do not surprise her in the least. However, she is delighted that the results of the studies might lead to many more people who are concerned about facial aging find the solution to their problem is nothing more complicated than Facialbuilding for 15 minutes a day.

    "I am proud to say that Flexeffect is the first facial exercise program that addresses the need for bone remodeling exercises, and we are the first to offer it," declares Deb.

    Deborah Crowley lives in Eureka, California. She is an IFA certified personal trainer, a former competitive bodybuilder and originator of Facialbuilding, which she began in 1979. Today, Deb continues to do much to promote the credibility of facial exercising as a viable alternative to cosmetic procedures.

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