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Fix Sunken Eyes

For instance, if you have sunken eyes, it can be really hard to fix them. You can fill up your face with Botox or do plastic surgery, but those won't help with sunken eyes. So today we're going to discuss three tips for preventing sunken eyes. Even if your sunken eyes are only moderate, we can still try to stop the process or reverse it all together. Let's get started!

1. Stop doing bad facial expression habit

Have you ever noticed how when you get wrinkles and saggy Skin around your eyes, it's really hard to make them go away? It's because the skin around your eyes is so thin that it's easily stretched out, and if you've been rubbing or massaging your face every day, then there's a good chance that you've been making those wrinkles worse.

When you have sunken eyes or sagging skin around your eyes, it's very likely that the skin will start to look wrinkled and saggy as well. And when that happens, it can be really hard to get rid of those wrinkles. But it doesn't have to be! All you have to do is stop doing those bad habits that worsen the sunken eye in the eyelid upper eyelid area.

2. Chewing Stimulation

Facial osteoporosis is a condition that happens when the bones in our face start to become weaker and more porous. It's pretty much just like body osteoporosis, but it happens faster sometimes within months or even weeks.

There are multiple areas that change with facial osteoporosis the bridge of your nose, your cheeks, your eye sockets but one of my favorites is when the eyeballs start to shrink and sink into their orbits (that's where they live). This creates a sunken appearance around your eyes that makes you look older than you really are.

This is how I know when someone has facial osteoporosis, because it changes the way they look. It's caused by a loss of density in the bone structure around the face. The bones become less dense as they lose calcium and other nutrients over time. So if you're losing bone mass then you should probably take steps toward preventing additional loss before it gets worse!

3. Lower Eyelid Lift-Up

This is a classic face yoga exercise, but it's so important! The lower eyelid lift can help you tighten your skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. (And if you're like me, you might have a little pink eye right now, but don't worry we're all in this together.)

So here's how it works. The eye socket becomes wider with age as fat begins to drop from around it. This muscle becomes weaker, which causes fat to continue dropping from the top down. The fat that remains can cause sunken eyes, so it's super important to do this exercise.

The lower eyelid lift involves resting your face on your tongue, then lifting up the lower eyelid using only the muscles in the eye it self not any other muscles or facial expressions!

I hope you enjoy it and I know that you'll find it helpful in your quest to prevent and reverse sunken eyes. Here are the highlights:

1) Don't do this: don't always wear makeup on your eye area. If you do, it could stretch out the skin around your eyes, making them look even worse.

2) Chew up: Chew stimulates jaw movement, which helps keep your face looking plump and healthy. But make sure you chew in an upward direction downward chewing can be bad for your jaw joint health.

3) Lift up: when you're applying makeup around your eyes or lips, try to lift the lower eyelid up to get the most effective coverage possible without stretching out the skin under it.

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