Crow’s feet refer to the wrinkles appearing on the outer corner of the eye and begin with expanding from a smaller crease. Crow’s feet are caused due to sun exposure as a result of which the skin tends to age faster. It is important to be cautious of sunlight and protect the skin from such exposure. Wearing a pair of sunglasses, a hat, using a good moisturizer, eye cream and some sun protection could keep such wrinkles at bay. It is also beneficial to stretch and massage the skin on the face to keep the muscles well toned and hence reduce the chances of wrinkles. Other treatments include microneedling with dermaroller or fractional laser treatment, botox injections and lasers.
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