Under Eye Wrinkles

The small wrinkles on the outer corner of the eye are called crow’s feet due to their resemblance to the foot of a bird, they are also often referred to as laughter lines.  Crow’s Feet are often the first visible signs of ageing we see on our face.

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Why do we get Crow's Feet and Eye Wrinkles?

There are a lot of factors that contribute to emergence of Crow’s Feet, primarily the movement of our face as we laugh, talk, smile and eat can cause these fine lines to appear. The repetitive movements stretch the skin and over time some of the elasticity is lost resulting in Crow’s Feet.

Aging is also a contributing factor to fine lines on the face. Older cells are less regenerative and produce less collagen, a vital protein for skin health and youthfulness. A reduction in collagen results in a loss of fullness in the tissue structure leaving skin less resilient and more susceptible to developing wrinkles.

Under eye wrinkles are a direct cause of the depletion of collagen production in the eye area. Over time the tissue around the becomes less firm as the inner skin matrix loses elasticity and its ability regenerate quickly.

There are also external factors that can promote the development of Laughter Lines and wrinkles, such as exposure to UV rays, unhealthy diet, not enough water intake, lack of exercise and smoking can also contribute to appearance of natural eye wrinkles.

There are also external factors that can promote the development of Laughter Lines and wrinkles, such as exposure to UV rays, unhealthy diet, not enough water intake, lack of exercise and smoking can also contribute to appearance of natural eye wrinkles.

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Preventing and treating Crow’s Feet

Wrinkles will undoubtably develop as we age, unfortunately some people develop them earlier than other and are self-conscious or displeased by the appearance of eye wrinkles.

Preventing or delaying the emergence of fine lines is challenging but proper skin care with moisturizer and sunscreen, avoidance of sun exposure and a healthy diet can reduce the significance of facial wrinkles.

Drinking lots of water can keep delicate skin cells hydrated and plump, preventing the depletion of tissue and the formation of wrinkles.

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