Crow’s Feet/ˈkrəʊzfʊt/ a branching wrinkle at the outer corner of a person's eye.
The wrinkles at the corner of eyes are actually called crow’s feet, as these wrinkles simply resemble crow’s feet. People with Crow’s Feet often looked older than they actually are especially when they smile. There are a few ways to get rid of crow’s feet wrinkles but in order to understand how you can get rid of these wrinkles; you would have to understand how these wrinkles come about.
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I have a terrible case of crows feet, and I’ve been considering Botox as a treatment option for it. It’s great to hear, as you said, that the effects are immediate because I have a friend’s wedding coming up and I really want to look my best in time for it. I don’t know how strong my orbicularis oculi are, though, so I’ll have to ask my doctor to see how much Botox I need.
Sure. Best to get it assessed to see how much dose you need. It takes about 2-3 weeks to take effect