What Are Crows Feet?

The beginning of crows feet wrinkles is usually the first thing a person notices when they are inspecting their faces for signs of ages….wrinkles.

Wrinkles are caused by many things but one of the causes is repeated facial expressions…..the contracting and relaxing of muscles repeated over a lifetime.

We use facial muscles for every expression….smiling, frowning, worrying, laughter, crying and….squinting.

Squinting is the one that produces those tiny little lines that radiate out from the corner of our eyes that we call crows feet.

If you look at them closely they do, in fact, resemble the claw of a crow.

Crows feet can be treated by any one of many cosmetic procedures. Chemical peels, filler injections, laser surgery, plastic surgery, etc. are all effective treatments to make crows feet less noticeable. But….what if they could be prevented altogether?

There is research being conducted that is aimed at accomplishing that very thing. Enrique Cerda and L. Mahadevan of the University of Cambridge in England discovered that wrinkling can be predicted.

They first tested their theory using dried apples and garbage bags and discovered that the wrinkling was, in fact, predictable.

There is hope that this research can be translated into a practical solution for the prevention of crows feet.

If a wrinkle is predictable, says this theory, it can be prevented by injecting fillers into the face before the wrinkle occurs….but you must know precisely where to inject the filler in order for it to really prevent the wrinkle from forming.

Until that wonderful day gets here, we can all do one very important thing to help at least delay the onset of crows feet. We can were sunglasses.

Squinting causes crows feet. Sunglasses help to prevent squinting. Therefore it stands to reason that simply wearing sunglasses will help. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb up, leave a comment and share with your friends. For More Nutrition, Health And Beauty Tips, Please Subscribe To Our Channel

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