The natural response to aging is a common cause of wrinkles and crow's feet. The area around the eyes and mouth is the most common place for these signs of aging. Crow feet are most often the result of frequent squinting or constant contraction of the same facial muscles as expressions.
When eye creams and anti-wrinkle creams are not effective at improving those fine lines, a popular solution is called Botox. If you want to get the services you can book an appointment for Botox crows feet treatment in Singapore.
Botox is an invasive cosmetic procedure that involves injecting botox into the skin. Below these lines, Botox toxin is injected, which is believed to be effective in breaking down fusion proteins, causing the appearance of lines or wrinkles on the skin. It also releases acetylcholine, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, especially around the eyes and mouth.
The most significant effect of Botox is to soften and relax the muscles under those fine lines. It successfully blocks the transmission of nerve impulses, causes muscles to contract like facial expressions, and reduces fine lines around the eyes or mouth to some extent.
However, out of a desire for a more youthful complexion, many opt for this procedure, especially when fine lines and wrinkles do not respond to eye creams. Modern research and technology are always looking for better solutions to deal with wrinkles. Maybe in the future, a new solution will be provided, less invasive, without potentially harmful side effects, but very effective in reducing those wrinkles.