Get Rid Of Your Crow’s Feet in Time for the Holidays
Crow’s feet, often referred to as “laugh lines” or “character lines,” refer to the wrinkles that form near the corners of the eyes. This inevitable sign of aging can be treated and prevented, and in a variety of ways. If you’re looking to diminish the appearance of your crow’s feet, here’s what you can do to get started.
Skin Care Products
Investing in a good skincare products can do work wonders for crow’s feet as well as other skin-aging conditions. Incorporating skincare products into your daily skincare routine, this is often the best place to start for alleviating the most common signs of aging.
Laser Resurfacing, a non-invasive aesthetic procedure, uses short, pulsating beams of light to precisely treat your skin. Laser resurfacing is commonly used to help treat fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, age spots, scars and sun damage. By removing thin layers of skin, laser resurfacing restores your glow and youthful appearance with minimal swelling, redness and downtime.
Restylane® is a cutting-edge dermal filler that can target crow’s feet, as well as other signs of aging, giving you natural-looking, youthfully rejuvenated results. Restylane® is a unique treatment that enables the filler to help you defy age while retaining your natural facial expressiveness, compared to other fillers that may leave you looking frozen or stiff.
Botox®, short for botulinum toxin injections, relaxes the muscles around your eyes so they cannot contract. Botox works by blocking the chemical signal that travels from your nerves to your muscles. A great benefit of Botox® is that it can also be used to treat a variety of other conditions, including excessive sweating or even migraines.
To learn more about treatments to help you diminish the appearance of crow’s feet or to schedule an appointment for a complimentary consultation, please
Contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics today to schedule your consultation. Rejuva Medical Aesthetics is located in Los Angeles, CA, and proudly serves patients in the United States and internationally.