Crow’s Feet

As you age, your skin undergoes gradual changes. Some parts of the face are more susceptible than others to the signs of aging, including the delicate eye area. Crow’s feet, a common concern, are those little lines spreading out from the corners of your eyes. Crow’s feet develop over time because of tiny muscle contractions that happen every time you make a facial expression.

There are two different types of wrinkles: dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles are those that appear during muscle contraction. If your crow’s feet are primarily visible when you are smiling, they are probably dynamic. Static wrinkles may worsen with muscle contraction, but they are visible all the time, even when the face is at rest.

No matter which type of crow’s feet you have, there are treatment options available. In some people, the signs of crow’s feet can be completely reversed, at least temporarily. There are also many steps you can take at home to help conceal crow’s feet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Expression lines usually begin to develop between the ages of 20 and 30, but learning how to prevent crow’s feet early on can significantly delay their development.

Yes you can with Euroskin.The treatment you choose will depend on the severity of the crow’s feet and your desired outcome. In some cases, you may want to try a combination of treatments.

The reason crow’s feet can occur earlier in life more so than any other type of wrinkle is because of the thin layer of skin and lack of oil glands around the eye. As the elasticity of skin around this thin layer diminishes the skin is unable to bounce back to its original state.