Meet the Disruptors: FaceGym

13.09.2016 FaceGym : Global Futures Forum : Total Beauty

London – With less than a month to go, here is a look at FaceGym, another disruptor that will feature at our Global Futures Forum.

  • FaceGym is creating a new category in the beauty and wellness sector with its workout approach to facial ageing
  • Like any other part of the body, the face is made up of muscles that should be kept in shape as people age

FaceGym was founded by Inge Theron, who previously reviewed spas for The Financial Times How To Spend It, under the anonymous moniker Spa Junkie. After years of receiving various treatments that were intended to make her body better, Theron felt that there was nothing as rigorous for her face that didn't require injections or chemicals.

FaceGym re-assesses what fitness means and demonstrates that our facial muscles deserve as much attention as our other muscles. On 12 October at our inaugural Global Futures Forum, FaceGym will highlight its approach to facial health with short workouts available to attendees.

The Big Picture

For more details on the Global Futures Forum and a full itinerary of the keynote speeches, insight presentations and strategic workshops available to attendees, visit the Global Futures Forum site.

You have 2 free News articles remaining. Sign up to one of our membership packages from just £100 a month.
View Subscription Offers Sign in

What do we use cookies for?

We use cookies to enable the use of our platform’s paid features and to analyse our traffic. No personal data, including your IP address, is stored and we do not sell data to third parties.

Learn more