Anti-Aging Mouthpiece

Searching for that youthful look? Forget expensive surgery or dangerous therapies! Japan has the answer and it is as simple as it is, well, unusual. Just pop the colorful Pupeko gently into your mouth, clench your jaw and breath in and out. This will then start training and tightening your cheek and jaw muscles, helping to offset the signs of aging and bringing a fresher, youthful look back again to your cheeks!

This easy-to-use beauty and skincare product was developed by an ordinary housewife. Chikako Hirama was simply concerned about her own age and wanted an easy way to combat those telltale lines. Just try the yellow or pink Pupeko daily using such techniques as puffing out your cheeks or sucking them in while breathing through the mouthpiece. Then you can try it while keeping your head upright to give your neck and other muscles further exercise training.

Buy yours here for $36.

via Book of Joe
     Posted By: Alex - Sun Aug 28, 2016
     Category: Inventions | Chindogu

This actually works! Maggie, now 27, still has the looks of a newborn.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/28/16 at 10:05 AM
Now if you had posted it as a mystery gadget, I know what some people would think it was. A scold's bridle is one.'s_bridle
Posted by BMN on 08/28/16 at 10:08 AM
Sorry about the Wiki post. Honest, it is there.
Posted by BMN on 08/28/16 at 10:12 AM
Try this one. Scold's Bridle
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/28/16 at 10:21 AM
Or this one's_bridle
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/28/16 at 10:22 AM
@BMN: The apostrophe in your link is causing all the trouble.

Hay, Alex, what's going on here? My 1st post is the same link as the 2ed except it doesn't take the reader off WU. I've used this style links all along with no problems caused to WU.

Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/28/16 at 10:27 AM
@Expat- There is something strange at Wiki. Your 2nd link is the same as mine and both get me to a page saying this does not exist. If I click on a 'Did you mean' link, I get to it and it is spelled the same.
Posted by BMN on 08/28/16 at 10:49 AM
Yea, you're right! The 1st time I tried yours I got a wiki message that the page didn't exist. Then when I inspected your link the apostrophe was represented in ASCii not Hex. Now it's back to Hex and brings up the correct page.

We're being messed with!! :lol:
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/28/16 at 10:55 AM
Expat -- It seems that the new version of the blog software has extra spam protection that tries to detect spammy links and block them. But, of course, it ends up blocking more legitimate links than spammy ones. So I've figured out where the setting is and turned it off.

Wikipedia URLs that contain apostrophes are, in general, difficult to link to because the code that turns URLs into clickable links omits the apostrophe.
Posted by Alex on 08/28/16 at 11:39 AM
For those with inquiring minds. I still have the address copy and pasted it to an Email to myself. To WU the apostrophe was ' and in Email it was '. Add to this on the Firefox browser the address uses ' and Chrome has ' for the page location???
Posted by BMN on 08/28/16 at 12:01 PM
Well WU comment turned % and then 27 into '. And so the above comment will make no sense.
Posted by BMN on 08/28/16 at 12:07 PM
If this inventention doesn't get you going, you may prefer the benefits of the Face Slimmer:
Posted by Virtual on 08/28/16 at 12:09 PM
There are lots of similar gadgets at the bottom of the page at japantrendshop.
Posted by ges on 08/28/16 at 05:18 PM
For those with apostrophe woes, you may have better luck if you change your percents to %:
Posted by jswolf19 on 08/29/16 at 09:24 AM
Or you may not... Looks like that won't work well in a link 😛
Posted by jswolf19 on 08/29/16 at 09:26 AM
By the look of her face, I have a natural appendage that may provide the same effect. I'd be willing to let her try it.
Posted by GFinKS on 08/29/16 at 12:43 PM
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