Do you think you have hemifacial spasm? The video below shows a more serious case of hemifacial spasm. It’s characterized by muscle spasms on one side of the face usually starting around the eye and progressively getting worse.
Below is a video discussing what exactly hemifacial spasm is and the various treatment options available. To summarize, hemifacial spasm involves a muscle spasm around the eye (exact location not specified) that has a characteristic rhythmic twitching that usually starts off minor and can progressively get worse and eventually involve more of the face.
I believe the most common treatment is botulinum (botox) injections to relax the muscles in the face and this reportedly works very well. Of course, this can still be a drastic solution if your twitching is minor and hasn’t progressed to a point that it interferes with your daily life.