Thursday, May 24, 2012

Japanese Face Supporter - Don't Waste Your Money.

Facial Compression Garments are used after neck and facelift surgery. The masks are used to help the skin bond and reshape your face , usually worn for around two weeks day and night. Wearing them for a longer period of time will not strengthen the effect of your face lift. The Japanese face supporter looks fun but do not expect it to tighten and firm up your skin , only surgery will do that.

It may look like piece of protective headgear fashioned for the sportsfield. But the Pin Up! Face Supporter Mask is in fact the latest innovative beauty product from The Japanese Trend shop.
The Tokyo-based lifestyle website first came into the public eye with its wacky range of massaging gadgets that looked more like instruments of torture than relaxation devices.
And now it has unveiled a £70 tight-fitting helmet which claims to firm up your complexion and reduce sagging as you sleep.
Users must wear the headpiece tight (left) and for the waking hours there is an exercise mask (right)
A description says users must bind the accessory taut around their head before relaxing for a peaceful night's slumber.

The website states: 'Keep your skin tight, young and fresh while you sleep, courtesy of this Pin Up! Face Supporter, a special red tape designed to fight the signs of ageing.'
For the waking hours there is also an exercise mask that aims to tighten cheeks.
According to the seller, ten minutes a day of exercising by opening and closing the mouth will work wonders.
Before and after shots show how the Pin Up! Face Supporter Mask can help your complexion
An instruction reads: 'The Houreisen Face Exercise Mask is a clever way to tighten up those sagging cheeks without shelling out on expensive surgery.
'Simply fasten the straps behind your ears and give your face a work out! Don't worry, this isn't going to tire you out. Just open and close your mouth for ten minutes each day and you will notice the results.'
Some have noted that the headgear looks uncannily like the protection used by rugby players or Peter Cech, the hero Chelsea keeper who saves a series of penalties to help win the Champions League.
Other amusing plastic surgery alternatives offered by the company include the Hana Tsun nose straightener, which has two silicone prongs that are inserted into the nostrils and the Beauty Lift High Nose, which applies vibrations to help push the nose higher and make it firmer.

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