Your face tells your life’s journey. It’s also where you wear your feelings. There really is nowhere to hide! Do you frown continuously or are you big on smiles? Rather than wish them away, embrace them and see what they have to say.
Did you know that frown lines can represent stubbornness and an inability to let things go? Read on for details.
What Do Your Lines Really Mean?
Forehead Lines show that you are adventurous and love the outdoors. You’re inclined to seek out activities with an adrenaline rush. They are caused by sun exposure and reinforced by eyebrow-raising facial expressions. Tips to help forehead lines include upping the antioxidant intake, and consuming an ample amount of water.
Crow’s Feet show that you are a hard working individual that is fueled by curiosity. You pay attention to detail and tend to be a perfectionist. They are caused by squinting. Tips to help Crow’s Feet include sleeping on your back to alleviate skin pulling around the eyes and to wear sunglasses and eyeglasses (if needed) to minimize squinting.
Nasolabial Folds (or Laugh Lines) show that you are very optimistic and look at the positive side of things. People enjoy being around you. They are caused by Ptosis: (falling) of cheek fat and repetitive smiling/laughing reinforces the visibility of the lines. A tip for reducing nasolabial folds is to apply lemon juice to the lines. The acidity tightens the skin.
Glabellar Lines (or Frown Lines) show that you are stubborn and have a hard time letting things go. Stress often gets the best of you. They are caused by sun exposure and reinforced by negative or stressful facial expressions. A tip to reduce glabellar lines is to reduce caffeine intake. Caffeine can act as a diuretic that contributes to dehydration.
Lip Lines show that you are a hopeless romantic. You love being around people and enjoy listening to music. They are caused by sun exposure and reinforced by drinking through straws, whistling, and giving sweet kisses! A tip to help alleviate lip lines is to apply a topical vitamin C. This will stimulate collagen production and protect against UVA and UVB rays.
Sun, aging, and facial expressions play the largest factors in your wrinkle fate. While you can’t stop aging, and you should never stop smiling and laughing, you can certainly use a high SPF sunscreen, limit sun exposure and eliminate those negative facial expressions. – The above information is courtesy of Laser Away
As we age our face changes. We get wrinkles and lines, dark spots and shadings. And though we tend to resent them, these signs of experience are good because they are recording our chronological passages of life. They are visual proof that we have been feeling the emotions of our experiences, struggling through our difficult times and learning the lessons of life. We can celebrate them as marks of wisdom that come with age. Most markings appear on an area of the face that represents the age that the emotional experience first occurred.
According to face-mapping experts, the face directly connects to the rest of the body. Through the lines and marks on our skin and eyes, our bodies can send us messages and warning signs about our health — and the messages can be extremely eye-opening. Read more here