Easy Face Exercises For Your Eyes to Eliminate Crow’s Feet

Facial Exercises For Younger Eyes

Your face has dozens of muscles and as we discussed in our article on cheek exercises, each one of them needs to be worked so that they stay toned and your face stays firm and young looking.

By the end of this article, you’ll know some great toning and stretching exercises that you can do each day to avoid facial sag and wrinkles around your eyes.

Without further ado, let’s get started! With some of these exercises, you may find it useful to do one eye at a time while watching yourself in the mirror. Most people have a hard time isolating each muscle at first but then once you get the hang of it, you can do it anywhere.

Bottom Lid Wink

Press your index fingers to the muscles on the outer edge of each eye then push up slightly, lifting the muscle. Pretend like you’re going to wink or shut your eye, but only use your bottom lid. Repeat 20 times. This helps with crow’s feet.

Blinky Face

While you’re holding the muscles up from the last exercise, blink rapidly using both lids. You’ll feel the muscles being worked with this one! Repeat 20 times if you can. This eye exercise will help prevent crow’s feet and sagging upper eyelids.

Eye Roll

Close your eyes firmly but keep your lids smooth – don’t scrunch! Roll your eyes back and forth and up and down for 10 seconds. Next, repeat this eyelid exercise with your eyes open. This works your eyelids as well as your actual eye muscles.

Eyes Closed

To tone the area under your eyebrow, close your eyes again just like you did for the eye roll. Don’t squeeze them shut but firmly press them closed. Press upward gently on your eyebrows. Now pretend like you’re gluing your upper eyelid to your lower one, keeping your upper eyelid smooth. Keep pressing it down toward your lower lid for 10 seconds. You’ll feel the lactic acid burn. This keeps you from getting saggy upper eyelids.

Final Word

Do these exercises 2 or 3 times per week. The best time to do them is in the morning or evening when you’re doing the rest of you face routine – that way you don’t forget to do them. You’re learning to work muscles that aren’t used to being worked so you may actually get a little sore around your eyes the first few times that you do it. If you do, then you know that you really needed to start exercising!

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