Crow’s feet, laugh lines, and wrinkles! Whatever you like to call them, crow’s feet were the number one cause of concern for Australian women when recently surveyed about what bothers them about their faces.
Yet crow’s feet are quite polarising…. When reading blogs and discussing them around the office some said they love them as they are a sign of a lot of laughter whilst others hated them, some even love them on men but not on women!
Sun exposure, frequent squinting, smoking, and even sleeping on your face promote the formation of crow’s feet. Naturally, people who spend a great deal of time outdoors are at higher risk. Applying sunscreen, quitting smoking, and wearing sunglasses and hats are the key ways to avoid crow’s feet. Even if you’re already showing signs, it’s never too late to stop them from getting worse. But what if crow’s feet develop because that person has a very full and happy life? A life where laughter is the theme of family get togethers and a life where the most frequent emotion is happiness? Should those people embrace their crow’s feet or look for treatments to remove them?
What do you think?
Professional Treatment for Crow’s Feet
Visit a cosmetic practitioner at anti-aging for an evaluation and plan of action. Anti-wrinkle injections are one of the best ways to reduce crow’s feet, whilst still maintaining a natural look and allowing you to maintain your laughter and smiles. They work by relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles to form. Many people you know may have about three or four treatments per year, but because they look so natural they’ll rarely admit it. You don’t have to either!