Say Goodbye to Crow's Feet.
Visible crow’s feet can begin to appear as early as in our 20s, and this normal part of growing older seems to be more noticeable with every passing year. Over time, these fine lines and wrinkles around our eyes tend to become more static because, as we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, which are responsible for keeping our skin plump and firm.
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Neurotoxins (Botox) is an effective treatment to correct the appearance of crow's feet. Dermal fillers may also add fullness and help contour the area for the desired outcome.
Elasticity & Collagen
Collagen degradation and loss in the dermal layer of the skin contributes to wrinkles as people age. Treatments that stimulate collagen production with the daily use of products that have active peptides that support healthy elastin and collagen production offer long term benefits.
Using sunscreen and sunglasses can help protect UV rays from damaging the delicate skin. A diet rich in antioxidants and anti-inflamatory properties can help. Avoid smoking and excess alcohol, stay hydrated and keeping up with a daily skincare regime are several habits that can help.