I can't believe posters who criticize the "young model" in the book/video are NOT doing the exercises, because the fact that the woman in the video looks young to them is actual a testimonial to how effective the exercises can be. I have seen some reviewers who discount this product because the "model" in the video/book is too "young" to be believable; she can't be someone who uses or needs facial exercising and was just selected for her young face. I can't trust these posters' reviews, and neither should you. Not only does the "model" identify herself in the book and video as Patricia Goroway (founder of Facial Fitness), but a 5-minute search on Google and Youtube will give you a good idea how long Patricia Goroway has been developing this product, and therefore you can tell that she looks younger than her age: she incorporated Facial Fitness Inc in 1999, her original book was dated 2006, she has updated videos on YouTube in 2012 from a local TV show that featured her where you can see how toned and wrinkle-free her face is, and she developed the program after a car accident when she was 32.
If the reviewers think Patricia looks so young, beautiful, toned and wrinkle-free, and if Patricia has been doing Facial Fitness for 18 years, shouldn't that be a resounding testament to how effective the program is? I just can't trust reviewers who don't do research on an exercise program. If they don't take 5 minutes to research the founder or spokesperson for a program to see how fit and toned they look, can I really trust that they took the time to do the exercises consistently in order to determine they don't work--or did they just give up without putting in any work or effort? I bought this product specifically BECAUSE I saw the product creator's toned cheek, lip and eye muscles and figured out her approximate age by doing online research.
I have been doing the exercises daily for only a few days, and so far I can tell that the circulation-enhancing massage is beneficial, but I had to post an early review because it was too funny seeing people giving negative reviews because they didn't see wrinkles on Patricia's face. I like that the exercises are subtle, I feel the burn, they are easy to do, and there is no skin-stretching/pulling or sticking fingers into your mouth like some other programs.
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Sterling; Revised, Updated ed. edition (1 February 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781402780462
- ISBN-13: 978-1402780462
- ASIN: 140278046X
- Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 1.9 x 17.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,816 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)