- Crow's feet are wrinkles that often appear around the eyes as we age. At The MW Clinic London, we understand the importance of looking and feeling our best. That's why we offer a range of non-surgical treatments to reduce the appearance of crow's feet and other signs of aging.
- One of the most popular treatments for crow's feet is botulinum toxin. This injectable works by relaxing the muscles around the eyes, which softens the appearance of wrinkles.
- Our experienced aesthetic doctor, Dr Meg Minasian, has over two decades of experience in administering these injections. As an eye surgeon she understands the nuances of facial anatomy, in particular around the delicate eye area and can tailor the treatment to each patient's unique needs.
- Another treatment option for crow's feet are polynucleotides. These bio-revitalising injectables work by stimulating hydration and repair in your own skin cells to achieve a more youthful appearance in this delicate area without changing morphology.
- In addition to botulinum toxin and polynucleotides, we also utilise light therapy using Sciton BBL to improve overall skin quality, as well as skin boosters and limited amounts of dermal fillers.
- During your consultation with Dr Meg Minasian, she will assess your skin and recommend the best course of treatment for your needs. She will also provide you with detailed information on what to expect during and after your treatment.
- At MW Clinic London, we are committed to helping our patients look and feel their best. If you're concerned about the appearance of crow's feet, contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr Meg Minasian.
- To book a consultation with Dr Meg Minasian, please contact us here or book online here.
Please find below many of the most common other questions about Crow's Feet asked by our clients, and answered by our expert aesthetic doctor, Dr Meg Minasian.
At what age do crow's feet start?
- Crow's feet typically start to appear in your late 20s or early 30s.
Can laser treatment remove crow's feet?
- Yes, laser treatments can be effective in reducing the appearance of crow's feet, although we offer Sciton BBL which is the most advanced form of light therapy.
Can you get rid of crow's feet without Botox?
- Yes, there are alternative treatments such as topical creams, injectable skin boosters, dermal fillers, and laser therapies that can help improve the appearance of crow's feet without using Botox.
What is better than Botox for crow's feet?
- Other treatments that can be effective for crow's feet include polynucleotides and skin boosters.
Why is it called crow's feet?
- The term "crow's feet" is used to describe the fine lines and wrinkles that radiate from the corners of the eyes, resembling the feet of a crow.
What is the best treatment for crow's feet?
- The best treatment for crow's feet may vary depending on individual preferences and the severity of the lines. Options include botulinum toxin injections, other injecatbles or phototherapy treatments.
Is it possible to get rid of crow's feet?
- While it may not be possible to completely eliminate crow's feet, various treatments can help reduce their appearance and make them less noticeable.
How do you get rid of crow's feet naturally?
- Natural approaches for minimizing crow's feet include using moisturizers, avoiding excessive sun exposure, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and practicing good skincare habits.
How can I prevent wrinkles?
- To prevent wrinkles, it is important to protect your skin and wear good eye protection in the sun, moisturise regularly, avoid smoking, maintain a healthy diet and stay hydrated.
How can I get rid of eye wrinkles naturally?
- Natural remedies for reducing eye wrinkles include using cucumber slices, teabags, aloe vera gel, getting enough sleep, using gentle eye creams, and staying hydrated.
Does retinol help crow's feet?
- Yes, retinol, a derivative of vitamin A, can help reduce the appearance of crow's feet and improve overall skin texture when used regularly and as directed.
How do you treat crow's feet without Botox?
- Treatment options for crow's feet without Botox include phototherapy, askin boosters, polynucleotides and dermal filler treatments, and using specialised skincare products.
Can sleep reduce crow's feet?
- Adequate sleep can contribute to overall skin health, but it may not directly reduce crow's feet. Other treatments and preventive measures are more effective for addressing crow's feet.
At what age do wrinkles start?
- Wrinkles can start to develop in your 30s or 40s, although the exact age can vary depending on factors such as genetics, sun exposure, and skincare habits.
Does drinking water help crow's feet?
- While staying hydrated by drinking water is essential for overall skin health, it may not directly affect the appearance of crow's feet. Other treatments and skincare practices are more impactful.