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Are there any products that anyone can recommend or a way to actually get rid of crow's feet? Augh! I hate them and they're getting worse! Help?
This is a common problem and beauty question. If this is not related to lack of sleep and tiredness- Have no fear..help is here.. With the plethora of beauty products many of which I myself can attest to, not to worry. Please remember however, pricier does not equate to better. Oftentimes, I find that many products that are reasonably priced works like a charm! That siad here are some tips and products that you could try:
I have used many, and honestly finds this works the best for me..It's been my 'miracle' cream. Within several days the difference was quite clear (pun intended). This cream gets rid of dark circles, wrinkles, ashy creases, and crows' feet. You can also use it as a primer, and it luminates your skin and gives it an amazing glow.
Now at $ 32 this could be considered pricey, however for something that works as well as this..Its worth every penny.
Others you could try:
Also, If you cannot afford to purchase any of these right now, and have not tried these already Amylee-A remedy could also be right in your kitchen(teabags, caffeine grounds, cucumber slices).
Good luck, and please post feedback of your results ok Amylee? All the best! Take care! Happy shopping!
I have tried Face Yoga and it works. It is much more natural looking than botox and isn't hard to do. Amylee, thanks for the cream advice, I will check those out.
I follow Fumiko Takatsu for Face Yoga. You can find her at faceyogamethod.com. She is also on Facebook and is really great about answering questions.
Hope this helps.
I suggest Botox and every other day using a Retinol/Tretinoin cream at night. The retinol helps produce collegen as well as helps exfoliate the skin. I will be 50 this year and I dont have crows feet. I do get botox in my forehead however if and when crows feet develop I will get Botox for that area as well. p.s.....I work for a plastic surgeon and this really is a reasonable quick fix. Google Retinol creams...I personally use the one by Obagi, 0.50% and I use it on my whole face. Good luck!!
Babzzy, that's a great fix for many One must be very careful with using Retinol/TretinoinRenova/Retin-A etc., creams around the eye areas, I believe Dr. Oz would agree. (:- They are mainly used for problem skin like acne, black/white heads/spotty skin etc., and prevents wrinkles. It is recommended that especially careful attention be taken when applying RENOVA (tretinoin emollient cream 0.05%) to avoid your eyes, ears, nostrils, angles of the nose and mouth.. RENOVA (tretinoin emollient cream 0.05%) may also cause severe redness, burning, itching and stinging, and peeling if used on these areas. So please proceed with caution and do speak to your dernatologist. Good luk and keep us posted. THanks
Forgot about the good old AHA's for fighting Crow's feet
Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are found in fruits, sugar cane, milk, and other foods. When applied topically, they exfoliate and remove the outer layer of dead skin cells, which may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The results may be most apparent in the thin skin around the eyes.
Caution: Mild skin irritation and redness can occur, and your skin may be extra sensitive to the sun while using AHAs....so be very careful, and as always, remember you can test other skin areas for sensitivity issues.
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Retin-A. You have to get a prescription, but it's worth every penny. Make sure you use sunscreen every day as well. Your best bet is to see a dermatologist. They can give you reliable, sound advice. Check out Angie's List to find a reputable one in your area, or simply ask friends and family if they know of a good dermatologist in your area.
Exfoliating works by taking away the dead skin cells on the top layer of your skin, called the epidermis. On top of removing the dead skin cells forcing fresh skin to the surface, this also adds volume to the epidermis, helping to smooth out lines.
And under the epidermis is the dermis, where the collagen is formed. Using glycolic acid to exfoliate will help promote new collagen growth, which also adds volume to the dermis. This easy step can help smooth out the early static lines.
I also recommend using peptides. Peptides are tiny little particles that the body thinks are little pieces of broken collagen. The body “sees” those broken collagen pieces and in turn, the dermis makes more collagen to replace the broken collagen. This helps smooth fine lines.
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