Because Eye Wrinkles
Are for the Birds
Erase Crow’s Feet NOW
Because Eye Wrinkles Are for the Birds
Crow’s feet…they’re sneaky. They creep up at the corners of your eyes, little lines branching out like the foot of a bird.
What Are Crow’ Feet?
Crow’s feet are the first wrinkles that develop on our faces, sometimes as early as our twenties. When you smile or squint, the thin, delicate skin around your eye area crinkles naturally,
but over time, these repeated movements turn into
What Causes Crow’s Feet?
When we’re young, collagen and elastin in our skin keeps it plump and smooth, but due to any combination of age, environment, sun exposure, lifestyle, and heredity, collagen and elastin break down, and those little lines become deeper and more noticeable.
Age It’s a simple truth that cellular turnover slows as we age, so we simply don’t produce enough collagen and elastin to keep skin smooth and wrinkle-free.
Sun Damage The sun is your skin’s worst enemy; it speeds collagen breakdown, causes discoloration, and exacerbates the appearance of wrinkles.
Squinting Any repeated facial movement can cause wrinkles, but because the skin around our eyes is so thin and delicate, it is especially susceptible to lines.
Smoking Heat and smoke cause squinting (see above!) and chemicals in tobacco smoke damage skin structures and blood vessels around eyes.
Prevent Crow’s Feet Before They Happen!
Invest in Retinol
This ingredient, a favorite of dermatologists, is believed to help boost collagen production which helps your skin retain elasticity and keep crow’s feet at bay.
Not only will you minimize your risk of skin cancer, you’ll also help prevent the breakdown of collagen that leads to premature wrinkles.
Skip the Salt
Excess salt causes your body to retain water, including around your eyes. This puffiness exacerbates the appearance of crow’s feet.
Moisturize & Protect
Seal moisture into the delicate skin around your eyes AM & PM with a good quality cream or moisturizer to minimize the look of lines & wrinkles.
Go to Bed
While we’re at rest, our bodies repair damage, including damage to skin. On top of that, a good night’s sleep can help de-puff your under-eye area and minimize dark circles.