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Kinesiology tape on face

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Kinesiology tape is a type of tape that can be applied to an athlete's joints and other areas to prevent muscle strain and relieve muscle pain. When you sprain your ankle during exercise, kinesiology tapes are a great option. They help reduce tissue stress, provide kinesiology support and help you recover from pain faster, they are very stretchable and breathable, and they gently lift the skin to promote better circulation and improve athletic performance.

Where is kinesiology tape used ?

  • Knee

  • Shoulde

  • Ankle

  • Wrist

  • Arthritis

  • For pregnant women

  • For plantar fasciitis

Face tape

These are the areas where we often see the use of Kinesiology Tape, but there is another very good use for Kinesiology Tape.

Kinesiology Sports Tape is a safe, non-invasive anti-aging lifting method used to reduce facial swelling and wrinkles.

Facial muscles consist of approximately 20 flat skeletal muscles located under the skin of the face that originate from cranial or fibrous structures and radiate through elastic tendons toward the skin.

Unlike other skeletal muscles, they are not surrounded by fascia (except for the buccal muscles). The facial muscles are located around the facial openings (mouth, eyes, nose and ears) or across the skull and neck.

The specific location of the facial muscles allows the face to move, which is called mimicry.

These muscles are involved in various facial expressions, such as smiling, grinning, etc. Pain in the neck area can be unbearable and uncomfortable and can seriously affect your mobility and quality of life.

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What are the benefits?

  • Smoothes wrinkles around the mouth, eyes, forehead and neck

  • Reduces double chin

  • Better define the natural shape of the face

  • Eliminate puffiness, especially around the eyes

  • Corrects the position of the head relative to the spine

  • Corrects prehension

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