What helps against crow's feet-This is how you prevent small eye wrinkles.

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When we laugh, small wrinkles appear in the outer corners of our eyes. With increasing age, however, these laugh lines remain permanently visible even with a relaxed facial expression - this is called crow's feet.

The name is derived from the characteristic shape of real crow's feet but is by no means negatively affected - on the contrary: smile lines make a face look more lively. They reflect sincere emotions such as humor and zest for life. This automatically makes people more likeable when they laugh, and the small wrinkles around the eyes come to the fore. Even so, not everyone is grateful when the first permanent wrinkles appear on the eyes, as they are also a sign of natural skin ageing. For this reason, the following are various ways in which you can prevent crow's feet. And what cosmetic treatment methods are currently available.

Crow's feet: that's why they stay old

It is well known that crow's feet are a symptom of old age. But how and why do they actually arise at this point? The explanation is very simple: our skin loses elasticity every year. In addition, it is particularly thin around the eyes and has few fat deposits. The muscles below, however, are particularly active - triggered by laughing, blinking and squinting the eyelids when we are blinded, for example. All of this, coupled with other influences such as UV rays, stress, lack of sleep, exhaust fumes or nicotine, make our skin particularly susceptible to small wrinkles on the eyes. The good news is you can get crow's feet with the right skincare regimen and prevent a healthy lifestyle. Read more about this in the next paragraph.

The right eye care for crow's feet

As already mentioned, the skin on the eyes is thinner and, therefore, more prone to expression lines. Therefore, you should pay more attention to your daily facial care with the right eye cream. This supplies your skin with an extra portion of moisture and can protect it from the sun's rays with additional UV protection. 

Removing crow's feet: These interventions exist.

1. Micro needling

This procedure is mainly offered by dermatologists, but also in some cosmetic studios: With micro-needling, a so-called derma roller, which looks like a small roller with fine needles, or a micro-needling pen is used. This is specifically rolled over the face in order to minimally damage the skin so that it produces more hyaluronic acid, elastin and collagen. In addition, with this procedure, your face should absorb care products and active ingredients in a more targeted manner. However, this procedure also has side effects such as small swellings or bruises. In addition, micro-needling is not exactly cheap: The treatment costs on average between 200 and 300 euros. Derma roller for private use, which is significantly cheaper. 

2. Botox

For many years, Botox has been a quick and easy solution to wrinkles - and thus also to crows' feet. The so-called botulinum toxin is injected into the facial muscles so that these downright solidify and wrinkles around the eyes are "ironed out". For this reason, this procedure is also performed on the forehead and frown lines or small wrinkles around the mouth. Depending on the treating doctor, the costs are on average around 200 euros. However, the effect only lasts between six and twelve months. In addition, Botox is said to take away the human facial features of its patients. Therefore, you should think carefully in advance whether this procedure is an option for you.

3. Hyaluronic acid

Not only Botox but also hyaluronic acid gel can be injected into the face to make crow's feet disappear, however, not in the muscle, but directly under the skin. This makes it appear plumper and rosier so that small wrinkles under the eyes disappear immediately. The advantage of this procedure is that the facial expressions do not appear as rigid as with a Botox injection. However, even these treatments carry risks such as swelling. It is all the more important that you only have this method performed by a real dermatologist - and that you are willing to spend 300 euros for it. And this once or twice a year, as the effect no longer lasts. Because hyaluronic acid is naturally broken down by the body over time, a serum would be the cheaper choice here.

This is how you can prevent crow's feet early on.

  • So that you don't get permanent crow's feet on your face in the first place, you can take the following tips to heart:
  • Provide your skin with sufficient moisture, both inside and out: Drink at least two litres of water or unsweetened tea throughout the day - your body will thank you for it in the long term.
  • Make sure you have a healthy, varied and balanced diet: luxury foods such as alcohol and nicotine age your skin faster, so you should leave them out or only enjoy them in moderation.
  • So-called eye pads have a cooling effect and not only help against tired or puffy eyes but also against crow's feet. They contain valuable ingredients that are supposed to reduce small wrinkles.
  • Every now and then, pamper your skin with a homemade face mask, for example, from natural foods such as avocado, quark or cucumber. They provide your skin with plenty of moisture.



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