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Face Exercises for Wrinkles


Free Face Exercises for Wrinkles - Exercise Your Way to a Younger Looking Face

There are many benefits to doing facial exercises. They are simple to do and performing them regularly will firm and tighten your facial muscles, which leads to a younger looking and more refreshed face. Many people have experienced the youthful benefits of facial exercises for wrinkles for centuries. Performing them on a regular basis provides an all natural facelift by toning facial muscles which lie immediately under the skin. In addition, face exercises also improve skin's tone and texture by encouraging your skin to produce its naturally rejuvenating oils.

Here you will find free facial exercises for wrinkles. Bookmark this page and come back each day for your daily anti aging skincare regimen. Be consistent, do these free face exercises daily and a lifted more youthful face will greet you in the mirror.

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Do Facial Exercises Work?

Learn how making funny faces can lead to younger looking skin

Facial exercises really work. As we age our skin loses its elasticity and our muscles also lose some of its tone. We are all familiar with theses unpleasant signs of aging in our bodies, but many people don't realize that it's this same loss of elasticity and tone in our face and neck that causes us to look older.

This is actually good news, because just as exercising your arm and leg muscles increases your tone appearance, exercising your face and neck has very similar results. The even better news is facial muscles, unlike the muscles elsewhere in your body, are attached directly to your skin. This means exercising the muscles in your face should yield even greater visual results than toning your arms, legs, etc.

To get the most benefit out of facial exercises for wrinkles, do them once daily for 6 weeks. Then do them 3 times weekly to maintain your results.


Facial Exercises for Neck and Jowl

Get Rid of Your Double Chin & Firm Up Your Jaw Line

You jawline and neck is the part of your face that ages you most. This is because as you age, the muscles of your neck and jaw begin to give way to gravity and sag. The loss of firmness in these muscles also leads to a double chin. Doing neck and jaw exercises routinely will significantly decrease a double chin and give you an overall younger appearance.

1. Sit up straight, look forward, and place your index finger and thumb on your neck. Gently pull the skin down as you lift your head. Hold for a count of 5. Return to your resting position. Repeat this exercise 10 times.

2.Sit up straight and tilt your head back. You should be looking at the ceiling. Keep your lips closed and start a chewing movement. You should be able to feel the muscles in your neck and throat working. Chew for a count of 20.

3. Sit up straight and tilt your head back. Keep your lips closed but relaxed. Pucker your lips together in a kiss. Stretch the kiss, pretend that you are trying to kiss the ceiling. Keep your lips in this position for 10 counts. Relax and bring your head back to a resting position. Repeat the entire exercise 5 times.

4. Again, sit up straight, tilt your head back, and keep your lips closed but relaxed. Open your lips and stick out your tongue and try to touch your chin with the tip of your tongue. Keep your tongue out in this position for 10 counts.

5. Again, sit up straight and tilt your head back. Keep your lips closed but relaxed. Move your lower lip over your top lip as far as possible and keep it there for a count of 5. Relax and repeat 5 times.

6. Sit up straight and face forward. While keeping your lips together, separate your teeth by dropping your jaw and then extend your jaw forward. Hold this position for 10 counts. Return to the starting position. Repeat the entire exercise 5 times.

7. Lie on your bed with your head hanging off the edge. Slowly bring your head up towards your chest and keep it there for 10 counts. Relax and lower your head towards the floor again. Repeat this exercise 5 times.

8. Sit up straight and gently drop your head forward. The weight of your head delicately stretches the muscles in your neck. Hold this position for a count of 5 and return your head to normal position. Repeat this exercise 5 times.

9. Sit up straight and gently turn your head to the right, keeping your chin level, until you feel a stretch in your neck. Hold for a count of 5. Now do the same stretch while looking right. Return your head to its original position (looking forward). Repeat the entire exercise 5 times.

Neck Facial Exercise for Wrinkles - Get rid of your double chin

Here is a great video to give you an example of how to do face exercises.


Facial Exercises for Mouth Lines

Reduce the Fine Lines Around Your Mouth

Lips always give away a person's true age. As we age our lips lose their fullness. Lip thinning ages your face beginning as early as your thirties, long before those pesky lines begin to appear around your mouth. Doing lip exercises regularly helps develop the underused muscles around your mouth, thus strengthening the muscles that create your lips' outline. Lip exercises also increase blood flow to the lips, which helps plump them back out.

1. Pucker your lips slightly and when in this puckered position try using your mouth muscles to bring the corners of your mouth together as close as possible. Keep your lips in this position for 5 counts. Relax and repeat 5 times.

2. Sit up straight and face forward. Purse your lips together. Lift your pursed lips towards your nose and keep them there for 5 counts. Relax and repeat 5 times.

3. Sit up straight and face forward. Keep your lips closed and teeth together. Smile as broadly as possible, without opening your lips. Hold this position for 5 counts. As you relax, start puckering your lips in a pointed kiss. Keep there for 5 counts. Relax. Repeat the entire exercise 10 times.

4. Move your lips into a puckered kiss and while relaxing the kiss, keep your lips closed and curl your lips into your mouth across your teeth. Hold this position for a count of 10. Repeat 5 times.

5. Sit relaxed with your lips barely open. Pucker your lips outwards. While your lips are in the outward position, move your puckered top lip towards your nose. Hold this position for 10 counts. Repeat 5 times.

Facial Exercise for Wrinkles and Fine Lines Around Lips - Workout for your lips

Reduce those unattractive fine lines around your mouth.


Facial Exercises for Eyes

Lift and Firm the Eye Area

All women dread getting crow's feet. Of course doing routine eye exercises will reduce crow's fee, the fine lines that appear around the eyes. But doing eye exercises regularly will also reduce eyelid sagging and the fine lines between your eyes.

1. Press two fingers on each side of your head (at the temples). With your fingers still gently pressing, begin opening and closing your eyes rapidly. Repeat 5 times.

2. Sit up straight with your eyes closed and relaxed. While keeping your eyes closed, look down and then look up as far as possible. Repeat the exercise 10 times.

3. Sit up straight with your eyes open and relaxed. Lift your eyebrows while also closing your top eyelids until they are halfway closed. Open your eyelids wide until the white of your eye shows over your iris. Repeat 5 times.

4. Sit up straight and look forward with your eyes open. Look up then down, while keeping your head still. Repeat 10 times. Now do the exercise while looking left and right. Repeat this 10 times.

5. Sit up straight with your eyes closed and relaxed. Keep your eyes closed while lifting your eyebrows and stretching your eyelids down as far as possible. Hold this position for 5 counts. Relax and repeat 5 times.

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Facial Exercises for Wrinkles Around Eyes - Workout for your eyes

The eyes are what age us the most. This video shows you how to reduce the fine lines around your eyes and give you a brighter more youthful appearance.


Facial Exercises for Forehead and Frownlines

Help Reduce Those Pesky Frown lines

No one wants frown lines. Doing forehead exercises regularly will reduce the frown lines you already have and help prevent future frown lines.

1. Sit up straight and face forward. Bring your eyebrows down over your eyes and wrinkle your nose as far up as possible while also flaring your nostrils. Hold this position for a count of 10. Relax and repeat 5 times.

2. Frown as much as possible and try to bring your eyebrows over your eyes while pulling the eyebrows toward one another. Then lift your eyebrows as far as possible while opening your eyes as far as possible. Repeat 5 times.

3. Lie on your bed facing the ceiling with your head hanging off the edge and open your eyes very wide. Relax and repeat 10 times.

Forehead Facial Exercises Videos - Workout your forehead

Follow the workout in this video to erase your frown lines.


Facial Exercises for Cheeks

Plump Up the Muscles in Your Cheeks for a Youthful Look

The cheek area is often overlooked. As you age your cheeks lose their fullness and begin to sag. This not only ages your face, but it also gives you a tired and worn out look. Look younger and refreshed by doing these cheek exercises.

1. Sit up straight and face forward with your lips closed but relaxed. Pucker and pout your lips using the muscles in your cheeks. (Feel with your fingers to make sure you are using your cheek muscles.) Hold this position for a count of 10. Relax and repeat 10 times.

2. Make a relaxed smile with your lips closed. Now suck in your cheeks on to your teeth. Hold this position for 10 counts. Relax and repeat 10 times.

3. Pout your top lip and turn the corners of your lips upwards, while moving your cheek muscles towards your eyes. Try to get your top lip to touch your nose. Hold this position for 10 counts. Relax and repeat 5 times.

4. Smile as widely as possible, while keeping your lips closed. Try to make your mouth corners touch your ears. Next wrinkle your nose. Your cheek muscles should move upwards and you should be able to feel these muscles working. Hold for 5 counts. Relax and repeat 10 times.

5. Keep your teeth and lips closed and blow air under your top lip and keep it there for 10 counts, then move it to your left cheek, hold for 10, to your lower lip, hold for 10 and then to your right cheek while holding it for a count of 10. Repeat 5 times.

Share Your Experience - Tell Us About Your Anti-Aging Practices

Cheek Facial Exercise Videos - How to workout your cheeks

Follow the workout in this video.

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Do You Believe Face Exercises for Wrinkles Work? - What do you think?

Have you tried facial exercises for wrinkles or know someone who has? Did you see good results, or notice no difference at all.

Do you believe facial exercises work?

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Have you tried facial exercises? Is this the first time you've heard about them?

What's your skin care regimen? - Thank you for visiting

Ilona E from Ohio on March 03, 2014:

I have, but not with any regular regimen. You inspired me to try again I would love to tighten up the jowl area! Great lens for aging gracefully and I gave it a boost. sharing to like minded people, too.

martingallagher on February 20, 2014:

This is great. Natural ways and remedies are far better than going under the knife.

CathyLee on February 06, 2014:

Whether we like it or not, wrinkles are part of our aging process but they shouldn't necessarily be the source of embarrassment for us. We can definitely take some measures to reduce the signs of aging. Facial exercises work great, I have been doing these methods for several years along with Facial Toner which is also non invasive. Great lens!

sherioz on January 03, 2014:

I am lucky that genetically I am not prone to wrinkles.

Broganorama on December 09, 2013:

I appreciate the use of videos on your site. It makes the whole site more enjoyable. Thank you.

YoungRadiantSkin on November 14, 2013:

I rely on facial exercise from physical exercise. Weightlifting, jogging etc. Works great, and feels great to work up a sweat :)

socialcx1 on August 01, 2013:

As a guy I think I have missed the boat.

Technical_Guy on July 05, 2013:

What a fantastic page on wrinkle eradication! Well-researched too!

chocochipchip on March 30, 2013:

I love facial exercise! The videos are helpful and a little bit funny as well

Faye Rutledge from Concord VA on March 20, 2013:

I've never tried facial exercises, but I should have...I have lots of wrinkles to prove it! :)

anonymous on December 30, 2012:

Yes they have . The lines on my forehead and parenthasis between my eyebrows are so less noticeable. The corners of my mouth are lifting back up. I have only been doing the excersises for 1 week. I know by a month they will be gone.

forextrading2000 on December 22, 2012:

Wonderful and very full, informative lens! Great job!

Lisa Auch from Scotland on December 17, 2012:

yes these exercises work I was given them by my beautician who I go to for derma-abrasion treatments (which are awesome!) I have noticed a huge difference!

Judith Nazarewicz from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 19, 2012:

Great lens! I've been doing facial exercises for quite a few years off and on and I do believe they make a difference!

CristianStan on November 11, 2012:

Of all the ways to get rid of wrinkles I never thought that exercising your face could be one of them

siobhanryan on November 02, 2012:

Blessed-have tried some that you mentioned

RosaMorelli on November 02, 2012:

I think these will definitely work - though as you say, they need to be practised daily for weeks to see the results. I haven't come across most of the exercises you detail here, but I'm looking forward to giving them a try - I think of it as facial yoga, and it's as much for general health and well-being as vanity. Love the Lens and all these fantastic ideas and instructions :)

Rhonda Albom from New Zealand on October 25, 2012:

I am a bit of a skeptic, but certainly willing to give it a try. Great information and well presented. Blessed.

anonymous on October 03, 2012:

Yes, i tried it first time and I heard first time about them.

oiloflife on September 13, 2012:

Very nice lens! You gave a lot of good information here that should help everyone. Thanks for sharing!

INeedGlasses on July 12, 2012:

Neat! I have an old book of these on a desk that I pass by daily, as a reminder :)

BestRatedStuff on May 05, 2012:

Looks promising and easy to do. Great lens, thanks for the info.

FashionMommy on April 26, 2012:

Lots of facial exercises to choose from, who doesn't want to look younger after all.

brynimagire on March 27, 2012:

Great information ! Thanks for sharing.

Joy Neasley from Nashville, TN on March 24, 2012:

I love these...when is it considered too late to start? (LOL...just kidding)

nigel7725 on March 15, 2012:

Great information about face exercises for wrinkles. Anti aging tips are always welcome.

BlackBoxCosmetics on February 29, 2012:

VERY interesting!

BlackBoxCosmetics on February 29, 2012:

VERY interesting!

Treasures By Brenda from Canada on February 21, 2012:

Brilliant! I had no idea people did face exercises to combat wrinkles.

Susanna Duffy from Melbourne Australia on February 19, 2012:

To be truthful, I've never tried facial exercises but you've inspired me to start. Better late than never, eh?

Natural_Skin_Care on February 09, 2012:

Definitely beats having plastic surgery, and the results are better.

anonymous on January 26, 2012:

Haven't tried it, I'll probably go natural unless its overbearing.

Danielle from Australia on December 26, 2011:

I'm turning 20 next year and I want to start maintaining my skin now, this will definitely be my go-to page. Thank you so much :)

anonymous on December 02, 2011:

Facial exercises area a great way to help fight the years off your face. I am a believer in all natural skin care as well. Things you have right in your kitchen can help fight off wrinkles and fine lines.

anonymous on November 15, 2011:

I started these exercises too.

Just waiting for the results to reflect.

Awesome post!


anonymous on November 12, 2011:

I'll wait to see if you notice I'm looking better in about a month, very comprehensive!

anonymous on November 12, 2011:

Yes and once a month with natural ingredients only! :)

TransplantedSoul on October 31, 2011:

Sometimes the best approach is the simplest!

WayneDave LM on October 27, 2011:

Some excellent tips, at least I hope so as I'll be trying them. This lens is fantastic so thank you for sharing.

slimtrim on October 26, 2011:

Those are excellent facial exercises i really enjoyed the videos and reading about the style you use another thing i would like to add is having a positive mind set will also generate more of a positive outcome with exercising if you would like to see more of what im talking about check out my page at www.howtogetsmallerthighs.org

stuhaynes lm on October 25, 2011:

I'm a 61 year old bloke, and don't have a single wrinkle (honest!) love the lens though, even though it now contains a lie (mine, that is)

Wendy Leanne (author) from Texas on October 20, 2011:

@wrinklestudent: I have heard people say that before, but it's just an old wives tale. There is no evidence at all to explain why exercising your facial muscles will cause wrinkles. In fact, everything I've read tends to indicate that exercising your facial muscles benefits you just as much as exercising any other muscle in the body.

As for your earlier question about Botox, it is a toxin that actually temporarily paralyzes the muscles. Paralysis of the facial muscles is completely different from exercising them.

I'm a firm believer in all forms of exercise. I workout my entire body and I believe I look and feel younger because of it.

wrinklestudent on October 19, 2011:

I heard that facial exercises actually contribute to wrinkles. Have you heard this?

Lorelei Cohen from Canada on October 14, 2011:

Just popped by once more to recheck on the facial exercises. Great information so you will probably see me stopping back a few times for a refresher.

WorldVisionary on October 08, 2011:

Thanks for putting this all together! I plan to try some of these! Thumbs up and an Angel blessing for you!

elliestevens on September 17, 2011:

I've been using them for a couple of years now, they work!

awakeningwellness on September 14, 2011:

I have done some of these before but then I get busy and forget...thanks for the reminder and all the great info!

Lorelei Cohen from Canada on September 13, 2011:

Your articles are always so wonderfully helpful. I so enjoy having them within the aging topic section. (...and I am going to get diligent on the facial exercises). Best of wishes

Laraine Sims from Lake Country, B.C. on September 09, 2011:

I have bookmarked this lens. I'll be wrinkle free again soon. Thanks for this beautiful lens.

rayvas on August 27, 2011:

Excellent lens and great facial exercise information. I found a similar website that shows with a proper diet and an exercise plan that targets the face, neck and chin will help anyone get a slimmer face. Please check it out.

tlc1210 lm on August 07, 2011:

I have the Facial Flex from QVC and you inspired me to bring it out and start using it.

GetFactsnotHype on July 22, 2011:

I added this page to 1 of 2 of my beauty pages. Awhile back there was a problem with pics here on Squidoo, but since that was corrected - I remembered to check back here on your page and have now added it to mine.

You can see it at www.squidoo.com/health-and-beauty-for-women

There are several different articles there on a range of beauty topics.

Sana139 on July 19, 2011:

Good lens.I also like doing yoga and it really works like a miracle.

anonymous on July 17, 2011:

Excellent! These and facial exercises for jowls in particular is the way to go :) Thanks for the great Lens.

anonymous on July 16, 2011:

Love it!

I'm telling you, these facial exercises definitely work and will really help you look younger. I've been doing them for a couple of months now.

Try them out you all :)

justholidays on July 04, 2011:

There was a time, I didn't give any importance to wrinkles, but there has been a time that wrinkles became important... Thanks for sharing those exercises for the face!

catherinelovestv on June 24, 2011:

Not yet, but I know they do work, will have to start and soon.....

Tolovaj Publishing House from Ljubljana on June 22, 2011:

I heard before and it makes sense to me. A muscle can be trained. All muscles!

promotional-coupons-codes on June 16, 2011:

I have bookmarked this lens. This lens has wonderful information and videos. Thanks for sharing.

Lorelei Cohen from Canada on June 05, 2011:

I wish I could bless this one a second time but I'll just keep stopping by till I am able to ;)

Fatima Stevens from Gravesend on June 05, 2011:

I enjoyed reading your lens, must try the exercises.

akumar46 lm on May 21, 2011:

Not yet but hope Face Exercises work for Wrinkles...nice lens.

OrganicMom247 on May 20, 2011:

This is my first time that I've heard of this. I will definitely try this one. Thanks for your lens. You did a great job on this.

DevBlue on April 16, 2011:

Very interesting lens especially for women although I have taken good note of a few exercises I would to do myself. It is really complete in itself. Thank you for helping us to look younger.

mattseefood lm on April 15, 2011:

WOW! First time I heard facial exercises = less aging

Don't forget to do regular exercise though (cardio and stuff). Works great against aging anytime :)

Love your stuff!

tssfacts on April 01, 2011:

Great article. Easy to follow instructions. Blessed by a SquidAngel.

Wendy Leanne (author) from Texas on March 29, 2011:

@KarenCookieJar: Absolutely. The jaw exercises on this lens will help strengthen that joint so that it will be less prone to popping and aching. The hinge joint in your jaw is just like any other joint. It's held together by ligaments and muscles and you can strengthen them through exercise.

KarenCookieJar on March 29, 2011:

I was looking for facial exercises to help with TMJ (jaw problems) do you know if any of these would help with that?

HealthyBodee LM on March 26, 2011:

Wow, I never knew there was such a thing as facial exercise. I know the rest of me definitely needs it but I never thought about my face. Looking at it now, I suppose it really could do with a work-out....

MargoPArrowsmith on March 20, 2011:

Angel Blessed and lensrolled to Born to Be Angelic

Tamara14 on March 20, 2011:

I've came across this beautiful lens before and totally forgot to give it more attention. Glad you sent this cast now:)

Virginia Allain from Central Florida on March 19, 2011:

I've been meaning to try facial exercises. Nothing to lose (except some wrinkles).

pixelposy on March 18, 2011:

Wow, I think you can see a difference in your before and after photos. Incentive enough for me to give this a try. I actually read about facial exercises on the Daily Mail awhile back and started trying them at my desk before a coworker caught me making faces and I was too embarrassed to try them again, lol. Will have to give it a shot somewhere a little more private next time.

pichuuu on March 16, 2011:

Thank you for sharing this helpful lens :)

Carolan Ross from St. Louis, MO on March 13, 2011:

SUPER Lens! I really haven't tried them much yet, but will now. thanks for the excellent info on facial exercises. ***angel blessed***

jackieb99 on February 20, 2011:

I'll have to give it a go!

Lorelei Cohen from Canada on February 11, 2011:

Fantastic article...but now my face is tingling from trying out a few of the exercises. Wow my face muscles really need to get in shape lol. Best wishes.

Kiwisoutback from Massachusetts on February 06, 2011:

The New York theme looks much better with all of the recent updates Squidoo has made with different modules. Nice choice on the theme. Thanks for the tips!

Indigo Janson from UK on January 26, 2011:

This is such a helpful resource for getting started with facial exercises. Thanks for sharing your secrets, and in such an informative and clear way too! :)

Glenn619 on January 20, 2011:

really nice lens and the way you have presented it deserves a thumbs up

lasertek lm on January 17, 2011:

Your lens topic is pretty unique and interesting! I like it!

anonymous on January 15, 2011:

great lens. I am more inspired...

hayleylou lm on January 14, 2011:

Thanks for making this lens. I never even knew about facial excersises. Blessed by an Angel and will be featured on the upcoming lens, My Time as a Squid Ange

hayleylou lm on January 14, 2011:

Thanks for making this lens. I never even knew about facial excersises. Blessed by an Angel and will be featured on the upcoming lens, My Time as a Squid Angel :)

hayleylou lm on January 14, 2011:

Thanks for making this lens. I never even knew about facial excersises. Blessed by an Angel and will be featured on the upcoming lens, My Time as a Squid Angel :)

fadibody on January 05, 2011:

Very interesting lens! I had a great time reading and seeing results. Thanks!

eclecticeducati1 on January 03, 2011:

I was lucky to be blessed with good genes. My mother and father were mistaken as the parents to my little boy (I was 26 at the time!) and I was mistaken for his big sister. lol!!! My mother and father without any type of cosmetic surgery have always looked younger, but I don't want to take that for granted. I will give this a try. Great lens. Blessed by a Squid Angel.

SylvianeNuccio1 on December 05, 2010:

Great lens. I have heard about facial exercises years ago and I've done some, but with this lens I want to do more. Thanks.

Paula Morgan from Sydney Australia on December 03, 2010:

fantastic page thanks

Jeanette from Australia on November 19, 2010:

What a great lens. I will have to return again (and again and again!) I like the idea of a before and after photo.

gia combs-ramirez from Montana on November 13, 2010:

What a great idea for a lens...and your before and after photos sell it! blessed by a wrinkly angel.

Cynthia Arre from Quezon City on November 05, 2010:

Thank you for sharing information about facial exercises, you explained them very well. I'll make sure to watch the videos in a while too. You do look great and so much younger in your after pic, that's awesome. (: ~Blessed~

Tonie Cook from USA on November 03, 2010:

You've definitely provided some food for thought, as I never gave much thought to face exercise routines before. . . . maybe now is a good time to think about it, and try it. Great information here.

Sarah Switalski from Iowa on November 01, 2010:

I was so impressed the first time I stopped here that I made a special trip back just to give you an angel blessing! Have a good day! :)

Ruth Coffee from Zionsville, Indiana on October 31, 2010:

I have no idea if they work, but I appreciate your specific instructions. Maybe I will try the Cheek ones for several weeks to see what I think. I'm definitely old enough that I need some help! I should be a good test of their effectiveness.

RebeccaE on October 31, 2010:

well I will need to try this out. I am still youngish.. but never too soon. I figure then later on it's a habit.

Wendy Leanne (author) from Texas on October 27, 2010:

@Sarah Switalski: Great! Take a picture today. Do the exercises daily for 6 weeks then take another picture. I don't strip html from comments so please feel free to post pictures of your results. :)

Sarah Switalski from Iowa on October 27, 2010:

Hmm... I never really believed facial exercises worked but I just tried some of them listed here and could feel my muscles working. It makes sense. I will try the program for 6 weeks and let you know what I think then! I could stand to lose the double chin... :) Thank you!

Wendy Leanne (author) from Texas on October 21, 2010:

@teamlane: You're so sweet, Colleen. I almost took those pictures down the other day because that first one is so yucky. :p Then I read your kind comment and decided to leave it.

anonymous on October 20, 2010:

I find this to be very interesting. Can this be duplicated in the lab? I have seen years ago that a Motivation and Emotion Psychologist (Yes, that is a real title.) mapped all the muscles for emotion and the percent of time utilized for each facial expression or emotion. This was very reproducible.

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