About Crows Feet
Crows' feet refer to the small noticeable wrinkles that appear around and on the outside of the eyes. They typically start from the eye’s outer corner. For a lot of people, crows’ feet are directly linked with old age since they have a tendency to become deeper and more noticeable and even expand as we get older. As a known sign of aging, it is understandable that many women deem them an undesirable feature. There are several services and products that are available for individuals who want to minimize the crows' feet on their face. However, what you must remember is that prevention can be better than the cure and I do advise preventing crows’ feet initially is much easier than treating them.
As one might imagine from the vast amount of information about these infamous ageing giveaways, crows' feet often look like the feet of a crow placed on the corners of the eyes. Crows feet usually start as small and unnoticeable but they slowly expand and get deeper turning into deep set wrinkles as we age. Crows’ feet are also usually the first wrinkles to develop on our face. After some time, other fine lines and prominent tell tale ageing concerns will also appear on the rest of the face.
What causes crows feet?
The principal causes of crows' feet is neglect via sunlight exposure. It is a known fact that sunlight causes skin aging. Aside from that, being in direct sunlight encourages us to squint, causing some wrinkling of the skin around the eyes. Another known risk factor is cigarette smoking, due to the fact that most people who regularly smoke a vast amount of cigarettes a day, have a tendency to squint so as to shield their eyes against the irritants coming from the smoke. Crows’ feet also appear more rapidly and frequently in individuals who do not maintain a good anti ageing skincare regimen.
For the prevention of crows' feet, I recommend that individuals wear a hat while they are out and exposed to the sun as well as some good UV protection sunglasses. Ceasing to smoke is also highly advisable as not only will it reduce the appearance of crows’ feet but it will also result in great health benefits. Experts also recommend that individuals concerned with having crows’ feet should start and maintain a good skin care regimen which includes the use of an anti ageing moisturizing cream with a dedicated eye cream treatment containing collagen
However, it must be understood that even with all the suggested preventative methods, the appearance of crows' feet cannot be put of forever although they may appear smaller and less noticeable than if no prevention was used at all. Crows’ feet are simply an undeniable part of getting older.
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What to do next if you want to remove your crow’s lines through cosmetic surgery
If you are someone who is seriously considering eradicating your crows’ feet, the good news is that there are numerous cosmetic surgical methods that you can prescribe to in order to get rid of them even if it’s only temporary. Botox injections are a major player in the fight back against crows’ feet. Botox injections are generally safe and uncomplicated and are regularly used to get rid of crows’ feet and this method has never been safer or easier. Of course, as with any other type of surgery, it is best to arm yourself with the knowledge of your procedure before you make the decision. If you want to enquire further or want to remove your crow’s feet I advise you book a free consultation with the Dr Nirdosh clinic on 020 7467 4524.
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|Wrinkles are visible as deep folds, ridges, creases and even fine lines in the skin which typically make their appearance as we age.
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