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Crow's Feet Treatment London

Crows feet are those little lines that appear at the sides of your eyes when you smile or squint. Read on to learn more about crow’s feet and what you can do about them at Derma Revive Skin Clinic.


Treatment options for crows feet

What are crow’s feet?

Crow’s feet is a term for the small lines radiating from your eyes’ sides. The natural ageing process causes them. The delicate skin around the eyes is particularly susceptible to the signs of ageing and tends to start to show one’s age sooner rather than later.


What causes crow’s feet?

The causes of crow’s feet are no different to the usual cause of lines and wrinkles. Firstly you have the factor of repetitive movements; every time you smile or squint, you add to the lines and wrinkles that are already there. You also have the fact that your collagen and elastin levels are decreasing over time. When you add in sun exposure and the effects of first and second-hand smoke, you have all the reasons why crow’s feet could form.

Suitable Treatments

Treatment options for crows feet

Whilst plenty of treatments out there state that they ‘reduce the appearance of fine lines, ’ anti-wrinkle injections are the main treatments people use for crow’s feet. Depending on the extent of the issue, other treatments, such as laser resurfacing, chemical peels, and/or dermal fillers, may be a viable treatment option.

It may be the case that we offer you multiple treatment options, some of which may be combined, in order for you to achieve the maximum possible result. If you are hoping that your crow’s feet don’t get any worse, then you should stop smoking; if you do, cover the area when in the sun, stay hydrated, and generally adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Give us a call to book a consultation if you would like a personalised treatment plan aimed at helping you reduce those crows’ feet.


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