Crow’s Feet are wrinkles around the eyes. Generally, people associate them with age, the wrinkles that begin to form at the outside corners of your eyes when you hit your mid-twenties. They may show up earlier for people who don’t take good care of their skin and later for those who do. But either way, crow’s feet are all but unavoidable. It is mainly due to loss of elasticity of skin and decrease of the amounts of collagen over the period of time. Other factors that make a person more likely to develop crow’s-feet are excessive sun exposure, smoking, high pollution, squinting, frowning and smiling.
Treatment for Crow’s Feet
At Arcadia Care Clinic we offer various treatment options to reduce crow’s feet. You can book your free consultation with one of our doctors in order to find a suitable treatment for yourself. Your clinician may discuss:
It involves chemical solutions to the skin to improve its overall appearance and can be used to treat fine lines, mild acne, melasma, and sun damage. It gradually allows upper layers of aged skin to peel away. These peels can cause a slight burning sensation, a bit like sunburn depending on their strength. Doctor would apply soothing creams and special kind of masks to minimize the discomfort. Downtime varies with the type of peel, from no downtime to one week depending on grade of peels.
Anti-ageing injections like Anti Wrincles softens facial expression lines and wrinkles leaving you looking younger. They are commonly used for crow’s feet line, forehead wrinkles, frown lines between eyes and bunny lines on the nose. A very small amount of medication is injected in particular area and pain associated with the injections is minimal. It takes from 7 to 10 days to see the results and can last for upto 8 months depending on individual’s metabolism rate.
Deeper wrinkles at times may be filled in with dermal fillers in order to plump and fill lines and grooves. This can be done using popular brands like Juvederm which contains Hyaluronic Acid to replace naturally existing substance in your skin to repair the damage tissues.
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