Step 3: Stop blaming wrinkles and bad skin on being old.

Tough love time: plenty of older people have taut, beautiful faces and skin. What separates them from those who don’t is how you care for your face and skin. My top students implement a daily face care practice. They work through their facial exercises (including the Big O) for 10 minutes a day and drink lots of water to promote hydration. Caring for your face and skin is like flossing — a daily necessity!

That said, there’s a right and a wrong mindset for approaching your daily routine. Read Step 4 to learn more.