On the outside corners of your eyes, you could start to notice small wrinkles appearing as you get older. These are laterally canthal lines, commonly called laugh lines or crow’s feet. Small muscles in the outermost part of your eyes contract when you encounter the many various emotions that affect your facial expressions, such as laughing, tension, despair, and sadness, causing these fine lines and wrinkles to appear. When you grin and your eyes automatically squint, they often first appear as prominent lines. These small lines may eventually start to show up on your face even when you’re not laughing or even when you’re just sitting still.
Your skin’s ageing process and the emergence of crow’s feet are influenced by a variety of other elements. Contributing variables include your nutrition, heredity, sun exposure, usage of sunscreen, and other things.
Collagen and elastin, two proteins that keep skin looking plump and youthful, naturally decline with age. You start to get fine wrinkles like crow’s feet and frown lines when these proteins start to diminish. Crow’s feet can be avoided by using sunscreen and several face moisturizers. However, ageing is a natural aspect of life. At Radiance Skin and hair clinic, we diagnose your skin to deliver suitable treatment plan and reduce crow’s feet.