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Smokers lines 👄. The most common name used for the small lines that form around the mouth area. Smoking is of course one cause but even if you don’t smoke these can be caused by expressions, sun damage, stress, dehydration, food intolerances and a whole host of other reasons 😟. This technique is best done with a little oil or lip balm and needs to be done as part of a daily structured Face Yoga routine (remember results come from regularity 👍). I have filmed a YouTube video launching next week which delves deeper in to these lines and techniques which can help 💆🏻‍♀️. In other news, our group teacher training course in September with myself in Bath, UK is FULL 💕. But good news, the next date for the 2 day course in Bath, UK is 25th and 26th January 2020. And remember there are loads of different options if you can’t make that: distance learning from anywhere in the world, one to one and group training in many different countries 🌍. Link in bio for more teacher training info 😘. . . . . #FaceYogaFam #FaceYogaExpert #Yoga #FaceYoga #FaceFitness #skincare #massage #facemassage #yogaeveryday #yogaeverywhere #fitness #strength #yogateacher #wellbeing #inspire #relaxation #gratitude #beauty #nutrition #stretch #health #collagen #skin #facialyoga #daniellecollins #faceexercise #yogainspiration #yogi #selfcare

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