Everyone wants tight-looking, beautiful skin around their face, especially as aging skin begins to loosen and sag. If you want to tighten that skin again, you have some options, among them medicals procedures and facial exercises.
Drink 8 glasses of cold water a day. Water will tighten your skin up. It will flush out toxins in your body as well. Not only would I drink 8 glasses of cold water, wash your face with ice water. It works and is a natural anti-aging trick that helps naturally. Your skin needs moisture. Cold water is the key and don't forget this step. It's that simple and easy. I'd recommend going swimming a lot and get a membership at a indoor pool.
Do facial exercises. That area of muscle in the body does not get used as often. Do these daily.
Tighten skin and strengthen the cheeks. Smile as wide as you possibly can. Take three fingers from each hand, and push against your cheeks as hard as you can. Or you can suck in your cheeks, with your mouth closed, over and over.
Tighten the chin area. Tilt your head back. Close your mouth and look at the ceiling. Making a chewing motion with your mouth closed, move your chin up and down. Do this 100 times, each day.
Tighten up skin around your jaw and neck: Close your mouth. Keep you lips nice and tight. Push your jaw and chin toward your lips over and over again. Do not do this in a chewing motion. Do not move your mouth or lips at all. Just your chin and jaw.
Tighten your skin around your neck: Keeping your mouth shut, suck in over and over again. It should tighten skin around your neck.
Take Vitamin E and eat Virgin Coconut OIl. I enjoy taking these supplement and they have tremendous effects on your skin and tightening skin on your entire body. Eat about 3 tablespoons of Virgin Coconut Oil a day. Take one Vitamin E daily. Works well. There's also Vitamin E cream that works, just for your face. I'd get that. I can't say enough great things about Vitamin E. I just love how it's truly anti-aging. Definitely recommended!
Eat more fruits and vegetables. Eating fruits really helps a lot. Eat a lot of oranges, pears, watermelon and strawberries. Any berries, they are especially good. Watch your in take in salt, and avoid sodas and a lot of alcohol. Well I drink a lot of alcohol and my skin is still in great shape. But drinking is definitely not good for your skin. I have to do a lot more to make up for drinking alcohol. Avoid a lot of fried foods and try to eat lean meats. This is the commitment part.