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Treatment For Crow’s Feet

Dealing With Crow’s Feet?

Modern society is plagued by Crow’s feet, those tricky little lines that sneak up on us as we age. People joke around and call them laughter lines, but we who have them know that they are no laughing matter. Crow’s feet are caused by the natural depletion of elastin and collagen in the skin over time. Crow’s feet are formed from the wrinkles that occur when we smile, laugh, or squint our eyes. Now, not smiling may lessen your crow’s feet, but not smiling is no solution to your problem.

Natural Treatment for Crow’s Feet

There are many natural treatments for crow’s feet that can be done from home. These cures all have one thing in common; they contain a large amount of vitamin E.

Vitamin E has powerful properties as an antioxidant and is found in most professional wrinkle fighting products.

  • Egg white face mask
  • Diet high in vitamin E
  • Add Flaxseed oil to your food
  • Ground avocado and honey face mask
  • Apply fresh Aloe Vera gel

These methods are simple and a pain free way to treat crow’s feet, but results will not be immediately visible.

The Surgical Route

Surgery can be an effective tool to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet. Traditional surgeries are effective, but they can leave scars and are considered extremely painful.

  • Laser Skin Resurfacing
  • Chemical Peels
  • Dermabrasion
  • Facelifts

As an alternative to traditional surgery, modern technology has allowed scientists to create less invasive surgical procedures. These treatments are virtually pain free and do not create unsightly scars.

Less invasive surgical options are nerve-affecting treatments such as Botox and Dysport, or face fillers like Restylane and Juvederm: which are injected into the skin.

The effects of these treatments are temporary, but produce immediately results.

The Best Treatment is Prevention

The best treatment, for crow’s feet around the eyes, is to prevent them from forming in the first place. Used preventatively Botox and Dysport can reduce your chances of getting crow’s feet.

These treatments numb the muscle receptors removing their ability to create wrinkles. This numbing effect also reduces the appearance of already existing crow’s feet.

Numbing the muscles that cause crow’s feet takes precision. Therefore the skill of the professional performing the injections affects the effectiveness of the treatment.

By visiting a professional clinic you not only increase the success of the treatments, but how much you’ll smile once your laughter lines have disappeared.

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