3 Easy Steps to Bidding Crow’s Feet Farewell!
- Posted on: Nov 28 2014
The skin around the eyes is actually the thinnest on the body, which makes it more prone to premature signs of facial aging such as crow’s feet (also known as squint lines). This appearance of wrinkles on the outermost corners of the eyes can also be magnified by other factors such as smoking, poor nutrition, and lack of sleep. Fortunately, you can do something to reduce or soften the appearance of crow’s feet. We outline them below.
1. Protect the area from sun exposure.
Frequent sun exposure is one of the main factors that lead to the appearance of wrinkles and lines. Use sunscreen specially formulated for the eye area. Sunglasses that offer side protection are also beneficial. Sunglasses will keep you from squinting as often, and the less you squint, the less likely wrinkles will develop because you are not contracting the muscles of the area.
2. Drink more.
The use of skin moisturizers is always emphasized to keep the skin moisturized. However, hydration from within is often overlooked yet is equally important in making your skin less resistant to wrinkles.
3. Don’t be afraid to dabble in Botox!
There’s a solid reason Botox is the most popular injectable — because it delivers its promise of erasing years from your face! Botox is FDA approved for reducing the appearance of moderate to severe crow’s feet. You can expect the results to last from four to six months and those results can be extended with repeated treatments.
Choosing a qualified and trusted injector is crucial to achieving desired outcomes from Botox. With 43 muscles in the face, there’s no room for inexperience.
If you’d like to learn more about Botox, we encourage you go get in touch with us today! Call us at 440.639.3223 or fill out this contact form to schedule an initial consultation.
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