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Crow’s Feet

wrinkles on either side of the eyes

What is Crows feet?

‘Crow’s feet’ is the common name for wrinkles on either side of the eyes, spreading towards the temples, in a similar shape to a crow’s claw or foot.


What Causes Crow’s Feet?

Habitual muscle contractions on the face, such as laughing, frowning or squinting leads to the development of crow’s feet. Environmental and lifestyle factors, such as exposure to sunlight, pollution and smoking also contribute to the development of creasing around the sides of the yes. Crow’s feet. crow’s feet starts to appear, when a person starts aging as there is a drop in the production of collagen and elastin.

What are the signs and symptons of Crow's Feet?

Initially faint lines around the sides of the eyes will appear. Over time, the lines deepen and become increasingly visible until somewhat resemble a crow’s foot.


What is the best treatment for Crow’s Feet?

Medical Grade Peel

When the upper layers of your skin are shed under the effect of chemical peel, your skin will be stimulated to create much more collagen and tighten, flattening all wrinkles on your skin. Results and downtime will vary, depending on the strength of the peel that you choose after a free consultation with our practitioner.

Dermal Filler 


Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural component of your skin. When these HA molecules are formed as microparticles and injected under a wrinkles, these microparticles will stay under the wrinkles for months, plump up and flatten the wrinkles. Results for the crow's feet area last an average 6 months.

Plexr Soft Surgery

Plexr is an innovative device, using plasma arch to create micro burn on the surface of your skin. Because this burn does not penetrate the dermal layer of your skin, it does not cause scarring but instead, it stimulates the dermal layer to create more collagen, while also removing the excess upper layer. The result is tighter skin, minimised wrinkles.

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