Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Other links on this site may lead to other companies I'm associated with.
6 Tips for Treating Crow's Feet
Here are 6 ways to improve the look of Crow's feet - without temporary fillers or surgery. While you might not completely get rid of them, it's possible to reduce their appearance.
These tiny lines at the corners of the eyes and temples and those under eye wrinkles are usually the first sign of aging we notice, especially when we're over 40.
While the only way to really eliminate them 100% is through Botox or surgery, but there are several things you can do to reduce their depth and appearance.
Here are six ways to decrease the severity of your
crow's feet wrinkles:
Use plumping creams or peptide
serums on your crow's feet daily, and apply them with your ring finger in
gentle, upward motions. I found that Hyaluronic acid with omega 3 oils help temporarily plump up not just crows feet, but tiny fine lines all over your face.
Message a Glycolic and Lactic Acid serum combo over the area at least once week. This will offer a slight improvement almost immediately. I like this one because it combines glycolic AND lactic acid - good for those with dry skin. Plus, it's a pretty potent over-count serum that's pH balanced and contains 30% esthetician grade acid.
Retinol creams and glycolic peels build collagen
and volumize skin to help decrease fine lines, as well as exfoliate and bring
newer, firmer skin to the surface.
Keep hydrated by drinking lots of water and eating
several servings of nutrient rich foods daily.
Try facial exercises. They take longer than Botox but is much cheaper and lasts forever - as long as you continue doing the exercises. Look at my before and after results below.
Yes, I know it sounds crazy and when you see the sample Crow's Feet exercise below - you'll think ...WOW won't that make my wrinkles and lines worse?
Crow's Feet Before and After Pictures
But it doesn't. Not if you do it right. I think it's the combo of the underlying muscle firming and skin massaging. While I still have crow's feet, they are smaller and less dense.
I know it works for me. You can visit CFF to see more before and after pictures and learn more about how and why it works.
I only wish the Before crow's feet picture was clearer.
BEFORE: In the before picture above you can see the crow's feet lines are not only deeper, but they're pointing DOWNWARD.
AFTER: In after picture you can see the lines and wrinkles are thinner, lighter and pointing up toward my temple. That's because my face is lifted and my cheeks are higher. Also note the upper eyelid and eye brow is more lifted and higher.
As an affiliate and Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases made from links on this site. For more info visit my Disclosure page.
"Linda has such a wealth of knowledge on wellness and specifically skin care. Linda's Blog is great. There are countless informational articles and postings that are not only interesting to read, but they prove that you don't have to spend a fortune to have great skin. I have already subscribed to the RSS feed, and so should you." (Ricki Ramey, LEF)