Reducing Crows Feet
Crow’s Feet are usually the first sign of age on a persons face. While it is true that some of us become afflicted with the unsightly lines in our 20’s most of us will notice them by time we hit our late 30’s.
Due to my own personal experience, I believe crow’s feet can be attributed to weak supporting muscles and loss of skin firmness. Have you been injured after a botched cosmetic surgery? If yes, then the treatment from the facelift will be beneficial for the person. It will act on the face muscles without providing pain.
I have tried many approaches to remove them without having surgery or by painful injections. By actively seeking solutions I found that a multi-step approach has worked best for me and may offer you stunning results as well.
In this article I tell you how I have been able to lose the eye wrinkles widely known as crow’s feet and how you may be able to lose them, too.
Disclaimer. Please note that before you begin or take any advice it is always best to ask a doctor about any new creams or regimes you try so that you do not harm your eyes.
Every morning and every night before bed look into a mirror and take your index finger, middle finger, and ring finger on both hands and place your hands to the corresponding side of the your face. Your three fingers should be resting near the outside of the eye where you have crow’s feet lines. Do not apply pressure or push down hard. Now, with your fingers in place, blink your eyes and hold for 10 seconds and then open your eyes wide. Offer a little resistance with your fingers. You will be able to feel the muscles moving under your fingers. Do this about 20 times and then relax for a few seconds and repeat. Do these exercises for 2-5 minutes. Lastly, place your fingers back into position and very lightly tap them. Do this for about a minute. If you experience any pain or get tired stop immediately.
These exercises should be done consistently day and night for best results.
At least every other day you will want to use a good microdermabrasion product. You can find microdermabrasion creams in most pharmacies and large stores. Very lightly massage micro cream mixture. Be careful NOT to Pull or Drag Skin, you will make wrinkles worse if you pull or drag the skin. You should do your whole face as well including your forehead and chest. If skin gets red or irritated stop immediately. Do not let any of the microdermabrasion product get into eyes.
After you do a microdermabrasion on your skin use an eye cream product containing peptides or retinols. These renew the skin. These can be found in eye creams formulations at your local pharmacy or store. If the cream makes you irritated or red stop using it, as you may be sensitive to retinol.
At night use an eye patch such as Frownies for crow’s feet. You wet them in water and place them on top of your crow’s feet and sleep with them on. The Frownies website can be found online at www.frownies.com and I believe they work wonders. If you cannot afford Frownies the store bought scar pads doubled up offer some good results.