Fitface: Hands Free Facial Toning Exercises

Fitface: Hands Free Facial Toning Exercises

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by Charlotte Hamilton
     
 

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Fitface - How to get a natural face-lift, tighten sagging skin, smooth wrinkles, build collagen and elastin. Look your best at any age.


Fitface, is the best pain free alternative to needles or knives and only takes 15 minutes a day! 50% Info 50% How To - step by step, photograph by photograph in four stages - basic, beginner, intermediate and advance

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Fitface - How to get a natural face-lift, tighten sagging skin, smooth wrinkles, build collagen and elastin. Look your best at any age.


Fitface, is the best pain free alternative to needles or knives and only takes 15 minutes a day! 50% Info 50% How To - step by step, photograph by photograph in four stages - basic, beginner, intermediate and advance routines on How to achieve a fabulous fit face

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011125638
Publisher:
Charlotte Hamilton
Publication date:
10/18/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
863,126
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Born in 1956 in Dorset, England into the poorer end of the land of gentry and spending the first 4 years of her life on her Grandfathers' mini (400 acres) country estate. Her parents were both flamboyant characters that separated when she was 7 years old while at boarding school (there to shield her and/or as a respite from family problems). The fat, ugly duckling grew up (in the shadow of her gorgeous outlandish mother) to become a swan and she left home.


From working Jersey in the Channel Islands she ended up living and marrying trice in Californian and still in her twenties gave birth to her only child, a daughter. Her thirties were less exuberantly spent in the south of England where she wrote her first book which was about “dating” which was very successful. After which she briefly lived in the Bahamas for employment as a General Manager but her daughter was constantly ill with from the heat and the mosquitoes bites so she left. Her forties were her "mixed up" stage with yet another disastrous marriage, compounded by and her daughter's horrendous accident in which she sustained 21 fractures to her face.


When her daughter left university they intended to live in California but her daughter had” fallen in love” on the last leg of her Gap Year and wanted to return to Australia to be with her new love. Charlotte decided to make a new start in Florida where she had been regularly visiting for the previous 5 years. There she began to write the first Fitface.


However just 2 years later, just when Fitface 2- Hands Free Facial Toning was published her mother in England had a fall and Charlotte returned to Sussex England look after. She remains there and has now written Fitface 3 - The book on face exercises full of 10 minute routines. Charlotte has appeared on TV and radio both in the USA and UK including ABC News, BBC radio Solent and various newspapers and magazines both on and offline.

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Fitface - Hands Free Facial Toning Exercises 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Jademyers More than 1 year ago
Brilliant book and very informative, a lot better than others I have read which is good as I have spent a lot of money over the years trying to find some good exercises and advise for facial toning. Well worth a read. :-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am sorry, but this book is terrible and is not worth buying! I was very excited to receive this book and try the exercise because from the cover and sample text it looked great. However, when it finally arrived I was beyond disappointed. The first 100 pages or so are nothing but text explaining the benefits of facial exercises. While I appreciate an explanation of any exercise regime before beginning it, I felt that this was extensive and repetitive. When I finally got to the actual exercises I could hardly make out the actions displayed. The black and white pictures were so dark and the quality so poor that it looked like they had been all photocopied. Nevertheless, I gave it a shot and attempted some of the excurses. I found that they were very hard to carry out. The explanations of the exercises were confusing and unclear. Needless to say I returned it that day and am sorry I spent the money on this book. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago