Determine the cause of crow's feet - then you'll know the treatment
Crow's feet are caused by 2 things:
When you smile or squint, the muscles contract and pull the skin together. This bunches up the skin like an accordion and, over time, repetitive bunching leads to creases or wrinkles in the skin. You can treat this by preventing the muscle from bunching up with Botox and then smoothing the skin with peels or laser resurfacing. Occasionally, I'll inject a small amount of filler into the line after the Botox.
Crow's feet can be worsened by the effects of...