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The Art and Science of Facial Massage
By: Lydia Sarfati
Posted: March 26, 2009, from the April 2009 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Epicranius frontalis. Raises eyebrows and causes the forehead to wrinkle
Epicranius occipitalis. Located at the back of the head and draws the scalp posteriorly
Mentalis. Raises and protrudes the lower lip, causing the chin to wrinkle
Orbicularis oculi. Closes the eyelids and tightens the skin of the forehead
Orbicularis oris. Compresses, contracts, puckers and wrinkles the lips