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Houreisen Face Exercise Mask: When You Can’t Afford a Face Lift

by Hazel Chua
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Society has taught us to become vain individuals. Blemished skin, sagging eyebags, and frown lines have no place in the highly shallow world that we live in today. But if you’re living on a decent income and can’t spare thousands to get surgical procedures done, then you’re in luck because there are some Japan-grown vanity gizmos that you can try out.

Houreisen Face Exercise MaskThe Houreisen Face Exercise Mask is the latest of a series of strange and wonderful mechanical contraptions from Japan. It joins the ranks of the Hana Tsun Nose Straightener, the Eye Slack Haruka, the Rhythm Slim Chin Exerciser, the Face Slimmer Mouthpiece, and the Smile Lines Face Belt.

What the face mask promises to do is tighten up your sagging cheeks without having to go under the knife. Here’s how you’re supposed to use it: put it on, open and close your mouth for ten minutes, and repeat it every day.

You can get the Houreisen Face Exercise Mask from the Japan Trend Shop for $93 (USD).

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