top of page

FACIAL MUSCLES

Facial muscles are an important part of our body that play a vital role in our appearance and communication. As we age, our facial muscles can start to lose tone and elasticity, leading to sagging skin and wrinkles. But the good news is that we can prevent this by regularly training our facial muscles to keep them youthful and toned.


There are several facial muscles that are key to maintaining a youthful appearance. The orbicularis oculi muscle, which encircles the eye, is responsible for closing the eye, creating wrinkles around the eye and eyebags if the muscle starts to lose its tone. The zygomatic major and minor muscles, which run from the cheekbone to the corner of the mouth, are responsible for smiling and creating wrinkles around the mouth. The buccinator muscle, which is located in the cheek, is responsible for puffing out the cheek and creating wrinkles around the cheek.


When it comes to facial muscle stimulation, it's important to be cautious of certain muscles that we don't want to overtrain for a youthful and aesthetic appearance. The muscles around the mouth that we want to be cautious of when it comes to overstimulation are the depressor anguli oris and the depressor labii inferioris. The depressor anguli oris, also known as the triangularis muscle, is responsible for pulling down the corners of the mouth. The depressor labii inferioris, or the quadratus labii inferioris, is involved in lowering the lower lip. Similarly, the muscle between the eyes that we want to be mindful of is the depressor supercilii. This muscle, also called the corrugator supercilii, is responsible for pulling the eyebrows downward and medially, creating a frown or furrowed brow appearance.

By being aware of these specific muscles and avoiding overstimulation, we can help maintain a youthful and aesthetically pleasing facial structure.



GRAVITATIONAL PULL


Aging facial muscles is a result of several factors, one of which is the elongation of the muscles due to gravitational pull. Over time, the facial muscles can become stretched, leading to sagging skin and wrinkles. Another cause of aging facial muscles is the loss of collagen, a protein that provides support and structure to the skin. As we age, our body produces less collagen, leading to a loss of elasticity and tone in the facial muscles.


Electrical stimulation can help reverse the aging appearance of facial muscles. Electrical stimulation works by delivering low-frequency electrical impulses to the facial muscles. These electrical impulses stimulate the muscles to contract, promoting the growth of new tissue and restoring the tone and elasticity of the facial muscles.


ORION inhabits a precisely calibrated program to deliver numerous wavelengths and frequencies to electrically stimulate facial muscles to help maintain their youth while at the same time preventing each user from strengthening the wrong muscle groups.


In conclusion, maintaining a youthful appearance through facial muscle stimulation is a simple and effective way to prevent sagging skin and wrinkles. By training your facial muscles regularly, you can keep them toned and elastic, leading to a more youthful and refreshed appearance. So don't wait, start incorporating facial muscle stimulation into your skincare routine today!

Comentarios


bottom of page