Top remedies for reducing crows' feet
15th September 2014
Unfortunately, no matter how much make-up we wear it's not always possible to hide all the signs of aging. If you're mid to late 30's, it's likely you will understand the emotional pain of crow's feet.
1. Daily SPF Moisturiser
Moisturiser will keep your skin hydrated and reduce the appearance of lines like crow's feet. It's essential to use SPF on your face, as this is what will protect your facial skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Sun damage is one of the most common ageing catalysts, so knowing how to properly protect yourself from it is a must.
2. Facial yoga
The popularity of yoga as a way to stay toned and fit has been growing for decades and knowing what exercises work for what body part can be very useful. A well-known exercise to tackle crow's feet is to lift and release your lower lid gently, while adding some pressure onto the outer edge of the lines with your fingertips. Be careful not to pull the skin with your fingers and make sure you clean and moisturise your face before starting.
An option that would create a much more noticeable difference would be microdermabrasion. Microcrystals act as a deep exfoliator that removes the top layer of skin, including tired and dead skin cells.
Having a good skin routine that includes moisturising, gentle exfoliators and sunscreen should be implemented well before you start to notice any signs of ageing or wrinkles.
Treatments like microdermabrasion are ideal for when the signs of aging are no longer naturally avoidable. Always consult a specialist when looking into anti-aging treatments, as only those with the right experience and expertise can advise you properly.