The first signs of aging on the face are often the mimic wrinkles in the outer corners of the eye, which jokingly called the «crow’s feet». All women are very upset seeing the first signs of crow’s feet. The good news is that crow’s feet can be effectively minimized through a variety of cosmetic options.
Botox is a proven and reliable way to turn back time and get rid of wrinkles around the eyes. While this treatment was originally approved for the treatment of unhappy lines around the mouth and worry lines on the forehead, the injections are equally effective on crow’s feet. Botox works through Botulinumtoxin-based formula that effectively paralyzes the facial muscles which at reduction contribute to the formation of wrinkles. Botox injections block the nerve impulses of the muscles. Botox can be used alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures. The results last a few months. The procedure must be repeated to maintain results. The procedure is considered minimally invasive and recovery time is minimal. In fact, some patients go to the clinic for treatment with Botox during lunch and immediately return to the office to continue work.
Dermal fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm, contain hyaluronic acid which moistens and smoothes the skin from within. Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in the skin, but the aging process leads to its deficiency. When it comes to the reduction of hyaluronic acid, the skin becomes dry and less elastic, leading to sagging and wrinkles. Crow’s feet require injections to the superficial layer of skin, the dermis. So discomfort and swelling are minimized. Patients can return to activities immediately. The results will be visible within a few hours, but full effect will be fully visible after a few days.
Laser skin resurfacing is used to remove the outer skin cells resulting in softer, smoother complexion underneath. One of the most popular laser treatments crow’s feet is a technique COOLASER, laser CO2 and hardware methods Venus Versa with RF lifting, which offers less damage of the skin and reduces the recovery period for the patient.