I am sixty-three. I have been putting serums and organic rosehip oil but doing nothing else. However, now I have very prominent wrinkles and nasolabial folds. Is it too late to start facial exercises? I am rather tall and slim (5"7' and 135 lbs), and my skin is very thin. I am also losing muscle definition in my arms despite exercises and swimming every day. I am afraid to go for injection of any fillers in my face. Is there anything I can do, or is it too late for me?
I am not an expert, but I think I would aim for stretching exercises more than hard swimming. The water is probably drying up your skin and can make it feel and act thinner. The best way to do facial exercises is to literally smother your face with cream and then do the exercises. This way it won't stretch your skin. Put on a couple of pounds, and leave off the swimming apart from say, once a week. This is what I would do, and yes definitely with the face cream. And yes, the exercises will work.
Updated on August 14, 2018
By Nell Rose