How to Make Lips Thinner by Exercise

| March 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Thinner lips are more beautiful and aesthetic, and so there are many who seek to accomplish this through various measures such as surgery or injections of various substances that ultimately do not give a natural appearance, and eventually damaged. To achieve thin and healthy lips we can carry out a series of actions that will help us to enlarge their size.

The lips are a part of the body that has a great blood circulation. Despite this is a very delicate part that suffers more than we think the attacks received from the outside, which makes them can be damaged and deteriorate with the passage of time. It is important that we take this into account and take action in order to achieve a much better and healthier lips. A simple gesture like gently brushing them with a toothbrush to activate the blood supply and remove dead skin can be the beginning of getting nice lips. But there are other measures.

A good way to achieve thickening of the lips is by performing exercises. 

Through targeted, daily you reach an optimal circulation of the collagenen . The skin cells get enough oxygen and nutrients, the gland activity and cell renewal are stimulated, the muscle and fibers stay longer fit.

So the skin remains pink, firm and firm. Lymph circulation is also positively influenced by facial exercises. We also learn to control our  by consciously relaxing and relaxing the , thereby avoiding many facial expressions.

Facial exercises to make lips thinner

Exercise 1

Press the lips together as tightly as possible. You can place the middle or at the corners of the mouth, where the wrinkles arise. Feel the mouth muscle tighten. Relaxing and relaxing.

Through targeted, daily facial exercises you reach an optimal circulation of the collagen connective tissue. The skin cells get enough oxygen and nutrients, the gland activity and cell renewal are stimulated, the muscle and connective tissue fibers stay longer fit.

So the skin remains pink, firm and firm. Lymph circulation is also positively influenced by facial exercises. We also learn to control our facial muscles by consciously relaxing and relaxing the facial muscles, thereby avoiding many facial expressions.

Exercise 2

  1. A) Open the mouth slightly. Place the index and on the top of the . Then try to pull up the . Only the muscle is contracted. Then relax.
  2. B) Place a pencil across the upper lip and try to pull it up as in a).
  3. C) Hold a pencil over the upper lip, one below the lower lip. While the occlusal surfaces of the teeth touch, press the upper pencil with the upper lip up and the lower one with the lower lip down. In doing so, roll your lips around the pins and gradually open them more and more against the resistance of the pencils. The lips take at the end of the movement a rectangular shape.

Feel the tension in the entire mouth and lip as well as partly in the chin and neck area. After six seconds, release the tension slowly and deliberately relax this facial part.

Exercise 3

Pull the upper lip over the lower lip. Keep the tension. Do you feel the tension in your mouth? Then relax and feel relaxed.

Exercise 4

  1. A) Tip your lips as if you were whistling, or like a kiss mouth. Press the lips firmly together and feel the tension around the mouth. Then release the tension and trace the released condition.

To avoid upper-lip palpation, place both index fingers on the upper lip.

(B) As in (a), but the nostrils are pressed together. Pay attention to the tension in the nose wing muscle.

Exercise 5

Speak clearly one after the other the sounds A – O – E – U – Mmmmmm; Make the last sound sound and feel the vibrations in the lips or mouth area.

Exercise 6

  1. A) Say several times in succession: mmmaaaaa – mmmaaaa. For “mmm”, press the lips wide and tight, open the mouth wide at “aaaa”.
  2. B) Say “mamama” quite a few times in succession, moving up and down quickly the broad lips.
  3. C) open the mouth wide five times (or even more), as at b), at the last “ma”. Then tap the mouth (angled) and cheeks.

Exercise 7

  1. A) Place the index finger at the corners of the mouth so that there is no wrinkles. Then press the lips together and pull the corners of the mouth wide apart. Feel the lax muscle contract. Close your mouth as if you were whistling. Press the lips tightly against each other and perceive the tension in the ring muscle of the mouth.
  2. B) Again press the lips together, then alternately pull the corners of the mouth outwards as if the lips were rocking back and forth. Pull the right angle of the mouth to the right, hold the tension, release, then exercise the left side. This exercise tightens the cheeks.
  3. C) Exactly as b), but now the angle of the mouth alternately pull sideways.
  4. D) As c), but with a slightly open mouth.

Exercise 8

  1. A) Press the lips together. Then rock the lips 10 to 20 times high to nose and down to chin, then relax. Mouth the mouth gently.
  2. B) Swing the lips up and down several times, then the corners of the mouth to the right and left to the side.

Exercise 9

Close the mouth to a kiss mouth and then use the pointed lips to make smaller and larger circles, left and right (of course, no very large circles are possible).

Exercise 10

Close the mouth to a kiss mouth and press. In addition, the nasal wings tighten and compress. Then release the tension and release the mouth and nasal muscles.

Exercise 11

Blow open the nasal wings, wrinkle the nose and pull the upper lip upwards. To prevent wrinkles, you can place the index finger on the upper lip muscle, which runs from the lower edge of the eye socket to the nasal lip furrow.

Exercise 12

  1. A) Hull your nose as if you smell something unpleasant. Note the deep crease that is created across the nasal root. The muscle, which is responsible, among other things, for the “nasal throat” and which draws the skin of the brow and the eyebrows, is called “brow skin pullers”.

During the tensioning phase, place both index fingers in place of the nasal root where wrinkles are formed. Then release the tension slowly and track the muscle just tense. Also notice how the skin is now well-perfused, smooth and soft.

  1. B) Exercise variant: Place the index and middle finger of the right hand on the nose wings so that the nose lies between them. The index and middle fingers of the left hand are placed over the nasal root. Now hull your nose and consciously pull your forehead down against the resistance of your fingers. Keep the tension, then leave it loose.

Exercise 13

  1. A) Pull the upper and lower lip tightly inwards over the teeth. Feel the stretch in the upper lip and chin area. The exercise strengthens the external wing muscle, which is involved in the masticatory action. This is all the more pronounced, the farther you advance the lower jaw when the lips are closed. Relax after approximately six seconds.
  2. B) As a), but also from this position press the mouth angles against the teeth. The buccal muscles are especially strengthened.
  3. C) Like a), but also the angle of the mouth to the side or upwards pull.
  4. D) Again, pull the lips over the teeth and especially suck the lower lip inwards. Watch how smooth your chin is.

After relaxing the mouth (angled), cheeks and chin knock out.

Exercise 14

Lips the lips to a kiss mouth, then move in all directions. Imagine you have a pencil in your mouth with which you draw strokes and patterns.

Exercise 15

Put your brightest smile on your face. Pull the corners of your mouth up to your ears as if they wanted to touch them. The mouth is slightly open, so you can see the upper row of teeth. They now clearly feel the tension in the large zygomatic muscle. Do not pinch your eyes. To avoid wrinkles around the corners of the eye and the corners of the mouth, place the thumb and index finger at the corners of the mouth and the outer corners of the eye. Relax after approximately six seconds.S

Raise the angle of the mouth to your ears

Exercise 16

When the mouth is slightly open, place the index finger on the corners of the mouth from the inside, pulling it firmly against the resistance of the fingers. Then let go. This exercise strengthens the cheek muscle. In addition, the upper lip folds are smoothed when you consciously pull down the upper lip at the same time.

Pull the corners of the mouth against the resistance of the fingers

Exercise 17

Place the index finger exactly on the nasolabial folds. The thumbs are at the angle of the lower jaw. Now press the lips firmly against each other and pull up the corners of the mouth sideways. Feel the tension under your fingers. Then press your fingers firmly onto the nasolabial folds and slide your fingers slightly towards the ear. Against this resistance, push the corners of the mouth to the inside and sharpen the lips. Then relax. Blow open the mouth and upper lip. This exercise strengthens the cheeks, lifts the corners of the mouth and smoothes the nasolabial folds.

Point finger on the nasolabial folds

Exercise 18

Place the fingers of both hands flat on the cheeks and slide them slightly outwards towards the ear. Against this resistance, pull the corners of the mouth inwards and tip a little the lips. Feel the tension in the cheek muscle. Then let loose and deliberately relax.

Exercise 19

  1. A) Excellent for the strengthening of the mouth ring muscles and smoothing of the upper lip folds is the cork exercise: Slide a cork between upper and lower lip. Press the lips vigorously on the cork. You will feel the tension quickly. Relax after about six seconds.
  2. B) To soften the nasolabial folds push the cork between the lips and place the fingers on the cheeks. As you gently push your cheeks toward the ear, pull the corners of the mouth together against this resistance.

Exercise 20

Extend the mouth to the kiss mouth. Then open and close the upper and lower lip like the petals of a flower. Feel the contraction of the upper lip lift and the lower lip retractor.

Exercise 21

Tip the lips and put a finger or pencil in between: Strongly back, then relax.

Exercise 22

Say an “Aaaaa”. Leave your mouth in this position while you imagine you wanted to close it (isometric tension).

Exercise 23

As in Exercise 22, however, place the index finger at the corners of the mouth and press the corners of the mouth against the teeth. Do you feel the buccal muscles?

Exercise 24

Suck both cheeks inwards so that a gap or a small cavity is formed on the outside. The trumpet and cheek muscles press the cheeks against the teeth.

Exercise 25

  1. A) Blow open cheeks. Then allow air to escape slowly with tightly closed lips. The buccal muscle contracts.

(B) As (a), however, blow the air vigorously, so that the contraction of the cheek or trumpet muscle will break the closed mouth.

Note: By contracting this muscle, the air can also be emitted under considerable pressure, such as whistling or blowing a musical instrument (trumpet muscle!).

With the aid of this muscle, laterally excised food particles are pushed back under the occlusal surfaces of the teeth during chewing.

Exercise 26

Blow open the cheeks and push the air from one side to the other. 6- to 10 times, then relax.

Exercise 27

Blow open your cheeks and put your fingertips on it. Try to keep the tension in the cheeks against the pressure of the fingers.

Exercise 28

  1. A) Blow open the cheeks. Pats and then bang the bulging cheeks with the fingertips. Then relax and track the tingling in this area.
  2. B) Hold the tension when the cheek is tapped.
  3. C) Slowly release the air when knocking the cheeks.

Cheeks pat and knock

Exercise 29

Breathe, blow your cheeks. Feel the tension in the cheek area. Then deliberately relax.

Exercise 30

Make exaggerated chewing movements. Understand the tension of the chewing and tubercle muscles consciously. These “accessory muscles” lift the lower jaw.

Bite also on the teeth and feel with your thumbs the chewing musculature and with the remaining fingers the temporal musculature. After a few seconds, release the tension and concentrate on the relaxation of these two muscles. Tense condylar muscles are a frequent headache cause and impair the ability to concentrate.

Check masticatory muscles

Exercise 31

Imitate the suction movements of a baby and consciously perceive the tension in the cheek area. This exercise is more intense when you put a pencil into your mouth. The cheek muscle is strengthened, the (double) chin is tightened.

Exercise 32

  1. A) Blow the cheeks wide and move the air from one side to the other, 6- to 10 times. Relax.
  2. B) tension of the inflated cheeks about six seconds. Hold, let go, then the other side.
  3. C) Move the air between the upper and lower lip, hold the tension, then relax.

Avoid wrinkles at the corners of the mouth by placing the pointer finger on the back of the mouth.

Exercise 33

Slide the lower jaw. In doing so, the outer wing muscle contracts in the vicinity of the temporomandibular joint. Hold the tension, then release. Then push the lower jaw back and hold the tension. In doing so, the posterior part of the temporal muscle is activated. Then relax.

Exercise 34

  1. A) Take your upper lip between thumb and index finger on both sides. Stretch the upper lip a little outward. Then try to pull the upper lip back against the resistance of the holding fingers. Release and relax after a few seconds.
  2. B) The same finger position as above, but now the fingers are closer together. Cut the top lip with the index fingers from top to bottom, always with the right and left alternately. The thumbs move slowly in the upper lip from right to left and back again.

These exercises should be performed every day in two sets of ten repetitions each, as the strength of the lips increases, the more repetitions we make. Nevertheless, it is important that we take into account that the activation of the circulation is essential to maintain a beautiful lips, because it is through it that the skin receives the nutrients it needs to keep lips smooth and bulging. Therefore, when we apply lip cream we must do so with small taps on its surface to activate the circulation and make the substances that make up are better absorbed.

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