Laughter Lines / Crow’s Feet
There’s nothing very funny about laughter lines…
Also called Crow’s Feet, these crinkles that appear round the eyes can be one of the earliest and most obvious signs of ageing, appearing as patients approach their 30’s (although that can vary according to the individual and their lifestyle).
From the early appearances of lines in the late 20’s, the lines become more numerous and noticeable, lasting for longer after the “smile” has ended until in the 40’s they are visible all the time.
Preventing Laughter Lines
There are some lifestyle indicators that influence the appearance of laughter lines and crow’s feet:
- Sun exposure
- Tiredness/insufficient sleep
- Healthy diet
- Skin care
Good lifestyle choices will have an influence on how your skin ages.
Cosmetic Treatments for Lines Around Eyes
Botox injections are one of the best known and most effective treatments available for laughter lines and crow’s feet.
A series of tiny injections around the eye area work to relax the fine dynamic muscles, smoothing out the crinkles and creases around the eye area.
Botox also opens up the eye area and gives the eyes an alert “wide-awake” look which is attractive.
Botox around the eye area is not only a treatment for when the lines have appeared, it can also be used as a preventative measure, as subtle use of botox will prevent the muscle action and delay the appearance of crow’s feet and laughter lines.
Other treatments which can be used to improve the appearance of crow’s feet include:
- Dermal fillers, which can be used to plump out deeper lines
- Dermaroller, which boosts the body’s own collagen for firmer, smoother complexion
- Chemical peel and microdermabrasion, which offer exfoliation results, smoothing the skin and erasing fine lines
Laughter Lines Treatment in Bristol
As the eye area is very delicate, it is important to choose a doctor who has extensive experience and skill in cosmetic treatments.
Clifton-based Dr John Quinn is highly skilled and experienced in cosmetic treatments such as botox. He even trains other medical professionals.
Initial consultations are available at Quinn Clinics on Oakfield Road.
Call 0117 924 4592 or email email@example.com for further information or to book.