Thank you for those who commented on my last video. If you have any questions about acupressure you have, please leave a comment below.
I don’t know if you saw but I tried YouTube stories this past week. I still don’t have a grasp of the format but I will post here and there.
This week I will share a quick and easy eye lift technique that helps to get rid of the crow’s feet. I saw this in one of the Japanese YouTubers’ channel. It’s so simple I think you’ll love it.
Have a lubricant of your choice that would hydrate around the eye.
Locate the temple and press it up and hold it. With fingers of the other hand, apply the lubricant very gently under the eye from the inner corner to the outer corner and go up all the way to meet the other finger on the temple. Only then press firmly. Press up again and repeat this for 30 seconds or more if you like.
The key is to do this very gently under the eye where the skin is very thin and press up firmly only at the end by the temple. When you are pressing the temple think of pressing up the sphenoid bone and not just the skin.
If the lubricant is absorbed quickly reapply as needed. You just don’t want to glide without the lubricant.
Repeat on the other side.
If you feel that the lubricant is getting absorbed very quickly, it may be a sign that you are dehydrated. So make sure you drink lots of water. Same with the body. I often see with my clients. Some days their body is thirsty and absorbs lotion very quickly and some other days their body is hydrated and I use much less lotion.
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