This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...or set it at odds with its underlying muscles. Some of the old-time hit-or-miss operators used to have a jargon about "ironing" the ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...or set it at odds with its underlying muscles. Some of the old-time hit-or-miss operators used to have a jargon about "ironing" the wrinkles out of the skin. They ironed more into it than they ever ironed out. Wrinkles are often caused, not alone by years or special worry, but simply by an atrophy of the muscles underneath from lack of sufficient exercise. Never maul these muscles by pounding. Tapping and soft pulling, along the line of tension, not athwart it, is all that should ever be done. For, whatever the cause of the wrinkles, the task is to rebuild their underlying muscles to pristine size and power--not to batter them natter still. This may require, in some instances, delicate and patient manipulation day after day and week after week before definite results begin to appear. Where the wrinkles are not of long standing, the task is generally much easier. Where they are just beginning to show, a few treatments will suffice to convince the patron of your ability to coax them away. When this has been accomplished, you must impress upon the patron the sensible notion of taking two preventive treatments each week, in order to keep them away. And, besides the preventive treatments, which your scientific skill enables you to give, it is well to make the patron understand that she 01 he must cooperate with you by avoiding those irregularities which invite a return of the disfigurement, and particularly by cultivating a sunniness of temper, or acquiring the priceless mental habit of looking on the bright side of things, CHAPTER VI. REGIONAL FACIAL MASSAGE BY HAND. Cheek Massage--Tissue Food--Wrinkle Lotion--Under Eye Massage--Nose Massage--Mouth Massage--Temple Massage--Forehead Massage--Chin Massage--Ear Massage--Neck Massage. To undertake...
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