As we age, we develop wrinkles around our eyes that are called Crow’s Feet. Due to the extremely thin skin surrounding the eyes, wrinkles can occur here. Your skin’s elasticity can slowly decline due to constant muscle use.
A doctor may suggest Botox injections after consultation. A common treatment for crow’s feet is botox, a muscle relaxer.
Injecting it into the orbicularis oculi muscle that causes expression lines is a safe and effective procedure. For a period of three to four months, it can prevent skin wrinkles and treat crow’s feet. Injections of Botox may be an option after a consultation with a doctor.