Prevent and Treat Crows Feet!

crow's feet 2It is said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. I completely agree, but I also feel that our eyes are the windows to our age.
Whether we want people to know or not, the skin around our eyes can reveal plenty — if we’re dehydrated, tired, happy, upset… pretty much all of our emotions and well-being are shown through the eyes.
There’s one thing I know that horrifies millions: crow’s feet! Deeply set-in wrinkles around the eyes that become more prominent when we smile and laugh. For some, crow’s feet can make one look distinguished… But for the rest of us, it is something that we’d do anything to avoid.
That’s right! This skin condition usually comes with aging. “These wrinkles form when the underlying circular muscle contracts (during eyelid closure, laughing, etc.) and bunches up the overlying skin. The skin gets thinner as we age and is more prone to wrinkling.”
We all know that the area around our eye is very delicate due to that thin layer of skin. It needs constant moisture and circulation to avoid dark circles, bags, puffiness and the aforementioned crow’s feet.
The best nonsurgical way to treat and prevent crow’s feet is to establish a routine eye regimen that consists of morning and nightly applications of eye cream, containing beneficial ingredients like caffeine and hyaluronic acid. The caffeine will help stimulate the eye area to make you look more wide-awake and refreshed, while the hyaluronic acid helps the skin retain moisture to obtain a more youthful appearance.
We can also use Botox, chemical peels or laser resurfacing treatments to take care of more significant crow’s feet. Retin-A and retinol are also great at boosting collagen production and reducing fine lines, which may in turn contribute to the deeply set-in wrinkles we all fear.
Information above provided by Smart Beauty Guide


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