How Crows Feet Botox Treatment Is Effective?

The crow's feet are actually the "happy line". You get it through a lot of laughter. While crow's feet are often seen as charming, you may not like seeing them when your face is calm, or it may even show on your cheeks. In such cases, it is possible to treat crow's feet at with botulinum toxin or fillers.

Botulinum toxin (Botox) is used for topical injection to induce targeted muscle paralysis to reduce expression lines such as crow's foot wrinkles. This technique is especially suitable for treating marked wrinkles on the eye contour.

Botulinum toxin injections have been used specifically to treat cramps in the eyelids or hands for more than 20 years.

In aesthetic medicine, botulinum toxin has been used to treat wrinkles for about ten years. It is also used in the treatment of profuse sweating, migraines, and large calves. Botox is very effective in treating crow's feet.

Several alternative treatments may be more suitable than Botox injections for treating crow's feet. The chemical peels may be more ideal for treating fine wrinkles on the lower eyelid, blepharoplasty.

It is recommended for those with excess skin on the eyelids, and temporary removal is more indicated in those with lateral skin detachment on the crow's feet and to raise the tail of the eyebrows.