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  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile
  • Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile

Christmas Offers - Crowes Feet - Reduce, soften and smile

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£120.00

Whether they scrunch up in disgust, anger or delight, crow's feet are either a source of limitless annoyance or a reminder of wonderful pastimes.

That's personal 

They're tiny and not even a centimeter wide. But whether they're loved or hated, crow's feet eventually show up on everyone's face.If you want to prevent or improve antiwrinkle treatments may be an option for you 

What Are Crow's Feet?

Crow's feet are wrinkles marked in the corners of your eyes. Unlike expression lines or wrinkles on other facial areas, crow's feet may seem to look more pronounced or deeper on your skin.

Top causes of crow's fee are

  • A loss of skin elasticity and collagen that occurs with age

  • UV exposure

Crow's feet go by numerous common names, including:

  • Laugh lines

  • Character lines

And also more technical names:

  • Duchenne markers

  • Orbicularis oculi contractions

  • Lateral canthal lines

And, while "character lines" and "laugh lines" sound a bit more flattering, they still point to the same thing — an inevitable sign that you're getting older.

How Do Crow's Feet Occur?

Your facial skin stretches like a rubber band due to its elasticity. When compressed or pulled, it returns back to its original form. But, as you age, your skin loses this elasticity which is why certain body parts start drooping and wrinkles begin forming. The Muscle underneath increases in bulk and hence with a combination of these factors Wrinkles appear.

Although UV exposure and age play a key role in the formation of crow's feet, crow's feet, as mentioned, can occur at any age. Unlike other wrinkles, crow's feet actually can show up in your mid-twenties; even earlier in some individuals who don't engage in good skincare. But either way, they're unavoidable.

The reason they can show up earlier in life when other types of wrinkles show up later on as you age is due to a thin skin layer and lack of oil glands surrounding your eyes. As your skin elasticity around this thin skin layer lessens, your skin can't bounce back to its initial state like it once used to.

The Role Antiwrinkle injections Play in Treatment

Antiwrinkle injections for crows feet is a common technique. Suitability will be assessed on consultation 


The most common use of anti-wrinkle products are for wrinkles. When using this for crows feet, it relaxes the muscles that surround the corners of your eyes, smoothing your skin out. You may notice the effects more so when you laugh.

How does this treatment work ?

It is a relatively simple procedure but full consultation is required  It reduces underlying muscle activity temporarily that leads to crow's feet, forehead lines and moderate to severe frown lines in adults to improve their appearance.

We inject the treatment with fine needles directly around your crow's feet.

We may review you in 2 weeks but typically results show around 5-7 days 


 Crow’s Feet Results

Overall, you may not notice results until a few days later. After a few days, your muscles that surround your eyes might begin to relax.

Results usually last around four months, or slightly longer. In fact, according to a study in 2016 involving 1,362 participants who received this treatment for their crow's feet, they reported 3-4 months 

When you use this treatment for crow’s feet on a continuous basis, it can be very effective. You'll need to receive follow-up injections (if you want to maintain the look )by your practitioner every few months to maintain the smoothness around your eyes.

Appointments must be booked Dec 2019 or Jan 2020

One booking per patient 

All bookings online 

An appointment will be booked on payment