How to Get Rid of Frown Lines Naturally

Updated April 17, 2017

Both men and women are prone to frown lines, wrinkles that appear as two vertical folds or lines between the eyebrows. Frown lines are a result of ageing, although sun damage and poor skin care can make them worse. While you may not be able to get rid of them completely, you can significantly improve frown lines naturally.

Always wear sunscreen. The sun ages your skin, causing wrinkles. If you already have frown lines, sun exposure makes them worse. Make it a habit to apply sunscreen daily. Make sure the sunscreen protects against both UVA and UVB rays and apply it liberally to your brow and forehead.

Avoid furrowed facial expressions. You may not be able to avoid them completely, but try to keep from furrowing your brow for long periods of time. Regularly furrowing your brow will make frown lines worse. Take a few moments during the day to stop and release any tension from your forehead and eyebrow area.

Apply an antiwrinkle cream containing beta or alpha hydroxy acids to your frown lines. These naturally occurring acids help get rid of dead skin cells, exposing new cells underneath. If you use them regularly, you'll notice an improvement in your frown lines.

Eat a healthy diet. Good nutrition is essential for healthy skin. Get as many vitamins and nutrients as possible from fresh, natural foods such as fruits and vegetables. You can also take a daily multivitamin supplement. Drink at least 1,892ml of water daily to keep skin supple and hydrated.

Rest. If you don't get adequate sleep at night, you'll be more prone to wrinkles. With proper rest, you may see slight improvements in frown lines over time. Aim for 7 or 8 hours of sleep each night.

Rub coconut oil into your frown lines. This natural oil deeply hydrates the skin, helping to reduce the appearance of frown lines. Make it a nightly routine for best results.


Because it increases circulation, exercise can improve the appearance of your skin. Get daily cardiovascular exercise to keep skin looking healthy and smooth.

Things You'll Need

  • Sunscreen
  • Antiwrinkle cream
  • Coconut oil
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