How To Deal With Crow's Feet


Crow’s feet, sometimes known as smile crinkles or laughing lines, are lines spreading from the outer corner of the eyes. These result naturally from age and start to appear from the mid-twenties. These folds in the skin are caused by accumulated muscular contractions due to smiling, squinting, etc. These only show during the activity for younger people because the skin is still elastic enough to go back to its original position after the action, but this changes as one gets older, and soon the skin stays in its contracted position. It’s impossible to completely avoid crow’s feet, but there are many ways to delay and curtail its appearance.

Protection from the Sun - It’s essential to protect both the eyes and the skin from excessive exposure. The skin around the eyes is very sensitive and sunlight on the eyes causes excessive squinting. Wearing a good SPF sunscreen is important to protect from UV overexposure, which causes loss of collagen in the skin and earlier aging of the skin.
Skin Care - It always helps to keep your skin in good shape by properly moisturizing, cleansing it frequently, and using exfoliants and antioxidants. Keeping the skin healthy will make crow’s feet less prominent.
Healthy Living - Strengthening the body is another way to prevent crow’s feet from coming on early. Eat a lot of protein, fresh foods, and good oils. Exercising frequently and avoiding smoking is also great, because that creates good blood flow and saves you from bad skin.

Topical Skin Care - These are good for moderate wrinkles and lines. They eliminate dead cells and stimulate new cell growth in the skin. Make sure to consult a professional before changing you skin care products.
Chemical Peels - These can make the skin look smoother by using chemicals to shed an even layer of skin along the surface to allow a new, fresh layer to grow. As these vary greatly in strength, it’s important to consult a professional before using one.
Neuromodulators - Injectable treatment like Botox or Dysport that lessens effect of crow’s feet by blocking signals from the brain to the muscle so it relaxes the muscle so that the lines and wrinkles are not as prominent. This is a very easy treatment that lasts a long time.
Dermal Fillers - Injectable treatment like Juvederm or Restylane that shows instant results and can be inserted directly into the lines or wrinkles to even the area.
Laser Resurfacing - Uses lasers to remove specific patches of skin. You can remove raised areas or areas around lines or wrinkles to minimize their visibility. Similar to chemical peels, laser resurfacing stimulates new cell growth and improved skin elasticity.

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