There’s nothing wrong with a little wrinkle around the eyes. Those tiny expression lines known as crow’s feet can bring personality to your face. The tangible signs of the joy that life has given you. But, even the best things in life need to be in moderation and kept in check.
We have prepared some tips and tricks in today’s blog on how to get rid of crow’s feet and keep them in the shape of beautiful and subtle lines.
What causes crow’s feet?
When it comes to wrinkles, the area around your eyes is a pot of gold. Thin skin that’s more susceptible to environmental damage like UV rays and pollution, fewer oil glands which leave the skin drier and less supple and lots of movement from facial contractions like smiling and squinting helps creases to form. Add in the natural loss of the subtle layer of skin-smoothing fat below your skin as you age, and you’ve got a recipe for lines.
How to Get Rid of Crow’s Feet?
There is no solution on how to permanently get rid of crow’s feet because they are a perfectly normal sign of aging. However, there is a solution to reduce them and contain their further growth.
The solution is The Dermalactives Eye Cream. This highly active cream targets the delicate skin around the eyes to nourish it, restore damage, de-puff, and assist in preventing further signs of aging. It also happens to be a perfect companion to The Dermalactives Eye Lifting Solution. This product was specifically developed to treat the delicate skin surrounding the eyes. This extraordinary treatment minimizes the appearance of lines and wrinkles, improves elasticity and firmness, brightens and smoothes the skin, and fights dryness. By doing this, it protects the skin from future signs of aging and lifts it to reveal a youthful appearance.
These two products go so well together and are a perfect answer to the age-old question: how to get rid of crow’s feet. You can almost say you can’t take your eyes off them.
And, if you have any more skincare questions or concerns, be sure to check out our blog on How to combat breakouts.