Everyone, young and old, experiences temporary wrinkles – wrinkles on the skin around their eyes – when they smile or laugh. But it's not until the age of 40 that we begin to see these temporary wrinkles become a permanent feature.
Some people embrace their frowns. The crow's feet on the right face can make a person look elegant or have fun all the time. But some of us are uncomfortable with crow's feet. Instead, botox crows feet treatment smooths out wrinkles to keep them young and supple.
You can prevent and soothe crow's feet with a variety of eye creams – and many of us do. But sometimes eye cream just isn't enough. Fortunately, there is an effective non-surgical alternative: botox.
Botox is a non-invasive injectable treatment that medically reduces the appearance of wrinkles by relaxing the facial muscles. More than six million Botox treatments are performed each year. The effect of the treatment is visible within a day and lasts up to three months.
Botox, abbreviated as botulinum toxin A, is a compound that relaxes facial muscles and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Repeated muscle contractions cause wrinkles to form around the eyes. Botox works by stopping these contractions.
Botulinum toxin A blocks chemical signals that travel from nerves to muscles and instructs them to move. So when you smile or squint, the skin around your eyes stays smooth instead of wrinkled.