Crow's feet—tiny lines radiating from the corners of the eyes—are often the first wrinkles to appear on a woman's face. They are a manifestation of "photo-aging"—that is, the aging of the skin caused by exposure to sunlight. Not only does the sun damage the skin, but the bright light causes you to squint, leading to the condition.
How to avoid crow's feet? When you're out in the sun, wear sunscreen as well as a hat and sunglasses. Also, avoid smoky environments, and don't smoke.
How to treat crow's feet? There are many ingredients provided by mother nature herself that can help reduce the appearance of crow's feet, and special combinations of these ingredients are the foundation of many of Dr. Copeland's products.
Dr. Michelle Copeland, renowned New York Plastic surgeon, recommends the following products specifically for the treatment of crow's feet: