Crow’s feet are wrinkles you get in the corners of your eyes. They are dynamic wrinkles, the result of a lifetime of smiling, laughing, squinting, and grimacing. Crow’s feet are also formed as a result of blinking, something can not be prevented.

After a point, these wrinkles start showing up even when your face is static or at rest. As the skin around your eye is thin and less elastic, these wrinkles can show up more prominently as compared to other signs of aging on your face.

Botox For Crow’s Feet

Botox injections have proven to be extremely effective in smoothening away your wrinkles and fine lines by relaxing your facial muscles. Botox treatments for crow’s feet yield similar results.

The number of injections you need is tailored according to the volume of wrinkles you have. For the best results, your surgeon will soften your muscles enough to not move excessively while still retaining a natural look.

While you are experiencing the effects of Botox, your skin and facial muscles have time to heal. In the long run, this results in prolonged aging, as your face had ample to to ‘rest’. Botox can similarly be used as a preventative measure for your wrinkles.

Increasingly, more people in their 20s and 30s have started getting preventative Botox for various wrinkles on their face, including crow’s feet. This reduces the chances of crow’s feet forming at a young age, and keeps you looking healthier and younger for a longer time.