The links to the websites I'm listing here are full of informational content, and are run by people who I think have integrity and credibility.
Smart Skin Care - This is an excellent resource for independent information on all aspects of skin care: skin biology, anti-aging, skin rejuvenation, skin & nutrition, product reviews, and the list goes on. Reading these articles is an education. I've read them all. Just click a topic on the navigation bar and you're on the way to enlightenment.
Facerobics - Your Face Exercise Coach - Peta Prior, an absolutely charming Australian woman, demonstrates many exercises for all areas of the face on her 200-plus YouTube videos. You will like her presentation. See you in Australia.
Claiming Power - Mike Mew's ideas about adult face remodeling, orthodontics, facial structure, and facial beauty. The articles with graphics that Mike links to will certainly give readers something provocative to think about. I've spent hours going through the pages of this site.
Holistic Health & Living - Andrea Lewis has made informative videos about a few nutrients that could be important for good skin and good hair. One of these videos is about the trace mineral selenium found in Brazil nuts. But look through all her material. After watching her video on grape seed oil I got some - I like it. And the background music on her videos will not puncture your eardrums. Chopin is easy on the ears.
SeleneRiverPress - Has a large selection of books on holistic nutrition and health-related subjects to choose from. And you can browse through dozens of articles by clicking on the Historical Archives tab. This stylish site has good information for people who want to stay healthy.
Aging Antiaging - Helpful beauty tips and skin care ideas presented on nicely arranged pages. You might start with this article - Japanese Skin Care Secrets. The graphics and color scheme of this website are pleasing to look at and Shakte Agin's style of presenting information is clean and clear.
Gym for Your Skin - An article by Dr. Mercola that describes the benefits of facial exercise along with advice on how to improve the condition of the skin. The article goes into detail about how facial exercise can improve one's appearance.
Cosmetics Cop - I've mentioned Paula Begoun on my site many times because of her expertise and absolute frankness in matters pertaining to cosmetics, skin care, and hair care. I do not agree with her views on facial exercise, but this is an honest disagreement. Her book, The Beauty Bible, should be in every woman's bookcase.
Skin Biology - Dr. Loren Pickart, creator of this huge site, is a brilliant man. It took me a week to go through this encyclopedic survey of skin and hair care and treatment options. Dr. Pickart's articles are not for the casual reader who thinks that a few minutes of study is all that's necessary for a complete knowledge of how to look young and healthy.
Flex Effect - Deborah Crowley, the creator of this site, says, "Keep the face motionless to prevent lines, pat lightly around the eyes to avoid damage. Oh please, If such out-dated thinking was true, I'd be carrying my face around in a bag!" For Deborah, facial exercise is simply an extension of bodybuilding. Keeping the face motionless and patting lightly around the eyes is worse than a waste of time.
Carolyn's Facial Fitness - Click "Testimonials" on Carolyn's navigation bar and look at her photos through the years. Facial exercises have definitely helped her. Read through some of her articles. Carolyn Cleaves is an excellent writer.
Look Younger Naturally - Jaana Kulmala has been doing facial exercises for several years and has benefited from them. Her photos are her testimonials. In her website there is an abundance of information about all aspects of facial exercise and skin care. Her writing style is lively and clear. And a big bonus - her site is not burdened down with ads and other assorted nonsense. Read through all the pages - it's an education.
Eva Fraser's Facial Fitness Centre - Based in London, Kensington, England, Eva's studio has been helping people tone up and shape their faces for several decades. She is an excellent teacher whose own face shows the benefits of her facial exercise program.
Coconuts and Kettlebells - I found Noelle's informative website while I was searching for an effective make-it-yourself acid hair rinse. I found that and a lot of other health information in her pages - diet tips, natural skin care, enjoyable exercises, and what Noelle calls mindset. Take a look at her photo-filled website.
Women's Hair Loss Project - This good-looking website is directed mostly toward women but men too can benefit from its resources and forum. The style is funny, charming, and literate - and always informative.
Facercise - Carole Maggio's website on which she writes about her facial exercise program. There are also links to many articles she has written about various aspects of facial toning.
Hair Boutique - A consumer-oriented hair care site with many informative articles by Karen Shelton, a personable writer. If a woman has a bad-hair day or many of them, this is the site to visit.
Alopecia Areata Information - An explanation of the causes, symptoms, and development of this form of hair loss, along with possible treatment options.
Androgenetic Alopecia - Advice and treatment options for this form of hair loss, which is also known as male pattern baldness.
Hirsutism.com - Information about the causes and treatment options for hirsutism including laser hair removal, anti-androgen drugs, and cosmetic hair removal.
Dr. Andrew Weil - If you need sound advice about any nutritional problem, this is the place to visit. Dr. Weil keeps up with all the latest research findings on nutrition and presents these findings in clear, personable prose.
Hair Loss Is Reversible - This is my site for people with hair loss problems. In it I explain the causes and treatment options for male pattern baldness and female diffuse hair loss. I also have a page in which I explain in detail how to do the difficult scalp exercise.
Many managers of websites place hundreds of links on their pages. They exchange these links with the managers of other websites in the hope of getting placed higher in the search engines' indexes. (Search engines supposedly like sites with lots of incoming links.)
A huge array of links on a website does not help a visitor. It's too overwhelming. The few links on this page - and there will be more - lead to sites that provide useful content to people who are interested in facial exercise and skin care.
If anyone who comes to this site thinks that another site about facial exercise or skin care should be listed here, send me an email and I'll check it out. I like to give people who have created honest, informative websites recognition.