Crow's Feet. What better way to describe the tiny inevitable fine lines and wrinkles that branch out from the outer corners of your eyes toward your temples?
A true stamp of aging beauty. Whilst many women choose to keep them, others would much rather blur them out their life, erasing any evidence of them existing, especially in future photos that may cause many a spectator to just dwell on them.
They are after all, exceptionally easy to notice. Stereotypically, crow's feet are renowned to be the symbol of aging, creating a tired appearance almost as if a veil has been pulled over the eyes to hide all their brightness.
We know many mother of the brides (and grooms too) that pay particular notice to these lines as they enter their fifties. One of the priorities on their wedding To-Do- List is to find a way to hide those invasive crow's feet, not to be mistaken with a crow's nest which would stubbornly stay many months and years to hatch and breed more lines.
No mother of the bride or groom wants to stop herself from smiling on the big day, so those Crow's Feet must go! The best thing about hyaluronic acid fillers is that they are instant, however, you must give any swelling time to heal, so we wouldn't advise getting these done on the same week as the wedding. Treat them at least a month in advance.
Did you know the best preventative measure to reduce their appearance is to wear wrap around sunglasses and protect your eyes from the sun. This means finding a suitable SPF for around the eyes, as that area is delicate. Sun rays are the number one enemy when it comes to breaking down collagen walls causing crow's feet.
Choose from one of the lightweight fillers to treat this area around the eyes.