There are many gym workouts to
suit our bodies. But Gatha Crowson is especially pumped
about a special workout for people’s faces.
Crowson, a motivational speaker and corporate consultant,
is affectionately called “The FaceLift Lady,”
She travels across the nation giving seminars about a
naturally applied cream, The Natural FaceLift,
that tones, tightens and firms the face and neck muscles.
“In surgery, they move the skin, but they don’t
do anything with the face muscle,” Crowson said.
“For less than $200 you can have a FaceLift. Big
difference.” Plus, she said, “some people
are not candidates for invasive or abrasive procedures.”
The 30-minute FaceLift, she said, is a natural alternative
to a surgical FaceLift or Botox and it exercises the muscles.
The cream is made up of natural ingredients including
Even for people who have already had plastic surgery on
their face, they can still benefit from using The Natural
FaceLift™ cream post-surgery, Crowson said, adding
that the cream has been used in the medical profession
for people with strokes and Bells Palsy. The cream can
be used on all skin types, she said.
Crowson held her first seminar and demonstration
our area at the Comfort Inn in Jackson on Dec. 4.
During her demonstra-tions, the cream is applied on half
of the face, and people notice immediate results, she
said, holding up two side-by-side photos of herself before
and after using the cream.
During the drying process, she said, the isometric pressure
activates the muscles in the face. “Up, up, up”
are the magic words, Crowson instructs as the direction
on the face for the cream application. Patting her jaw
line, she points out how much tighter her jawline is after
using the product.
goes on like a cream, dries like a mask and rinses off
with warm water,” said Crowson, president of Crowson
Productions, Inc. She is also one of the founders and
owners who brought The Natural FaceLift
to the marketplace.
“It’s wonderful for bags under the eyes.”
Crowson has also heard from people who have seen good
results with scars.
One mother came up to Crowson and told her she had been
using the cream on her son’s face, where he had
surgery for his cleft palate. “Two months later
the scar was minimized and lightened,” she said.
A hair stylist in Knoxville, TN told Crowson “I
had polio when I was 3 years old and have not felt the
muscle in my face until tonight.”
Crowson, an Athens, AL native, said the cream has been
around for more than 20 years.
“You ought to have seen me before. My jaw was hanging
down here,” said Sharon Reeves, who uses the product.
She even recommended it to her husband. Now, Reeves is
a sales representative for the product.
Laura Cartwright, a journalist with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,
tried the product and was impressed. She wrote about the
results in an Oct. 20 column.
“It’s just magic in my book,” she wrote.