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    Before going to facial let's do some facial exercise. It will be very helpful facial muscles to remain smooth and clear. First sit in the floor and just tilt your head back looking at the ceiling (keep your mouth closed). You can feel muscles working in your neck and throat area.

    Try this exercise every day. You can feel the difference.

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    Isn't this the same as just lying on your bed and looking at the ceiling? How does it work? Do I need to move my face muscles or massage my face?

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    I will give this a try, theres nothing to loose, thanks lol

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