Hi Carolyn.  I bought your program about 10 days or so ago, I gave you a plug on AOL, they have a story about "Woman wants to know if she needs facelift" or something to that effect, by Stylelist.  I put a brief synopsis of my experiences so far with your product. I hope you get some orders from it.  I really am addicted, I can't quit!  I know I am not supposed to be doing it more than once a day, but sometimes I cheat. ... I am still doing a competitor's mouth down, wrinkle the nose, move up and down movement, but I don't know if I still should be doing that.  It really did make those little buggers lessen.  I had rejuvederm about 2 years ago, then started doing that movement, and they never came back full force again. (YAYYY!)   I love that you added the face firmer to yours, I have been doing that one since september  2009, I got it out of Sanford Bennets 1907 book.  It has kept my cheeks and face a little fuller until I found you!  And thank God I did.  Thanks for everything!  Lisa
Response: Hi Lisa! Thank you so much for sharing your experience with CFFitness™ on the message boards.  It is good for my business.
Okay.  I have to tell you that you need to STOP ALL other programs, except for CFFitness™.  I just received an email from someone who was adding other exercises from other programs and her result is not attractive. CFFitness™ is designed to give a very elegant, balanced build to the face so ONLY perform those 28 exercises 3 to 4 times a week (spaced out as  evenly as possible) PLUS the Face Firmer . Perform this routine ONLY once a day and eventually lying down.  Be sure to check out Part 2 of the DVD so you engage those changes when lying down.
This will allow you to lay down the foundation for correcting anything later on.  You will be assured this way to receive a beautiful, elegant shape to your face and neck. Otherwise, you run the risk of spot building.  Be sure to perform the Face Firmer the CFFitness™ way by contracting the muscles first?!! The face must have time off to rest in order for the tissue to recover from the exercises and build properly.
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