Reduce the Appearance of Crow’s Feet

The skin around the eyes is thin and delicate because it doesn’t have any sweat or oil glands to keep it hydrated and firm, which is why it is one of the first areas where wrinkles appear.


Because the skin is so sensitive with naturally low levels of collagen, those small crinkles that form in the corners of your eyes in your mid-20s gradually deepen over time, until they become fully fledged crow’s feet.


At Therapie, the Oxygen Lift Facial Treatment delivers a concentrated dose of botanical enzymes to cleanse and exfoliate the surface of the skin, while an oxygenating masque stimulates the production of collagen so that skin around the eyes appears fuller and deep lines are reduced.


Finally an enhancing stem cell serum helps boost circulation so skin continues to appear naturally radiant and younger looking.

Environmental factors that cause eye wrinkles

Sun exposure is a major factor that increases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.


Sunlight contains UV radiation which inhibits collagen production that is necessary for skin maintaining its structural integrity and natural plumpness.


Squinting is another involuntary reaction by the eyes to too much light which can deepen wrinkles.


The Oxygen Lift Facial Treatment at Thérapie hydrates, firms and increases collagen production so that lines around the eyes appear shallow and skin has a more even tone and texture.

How can I avoid laughter lines or crow’s feet?

While skin will inevitably age and slacken with age, you can help protect the fragile skin around your eyes by protecting it from damaging environmental factors and trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

  1. Drink plenty water
  2. The skin is the body’s largest organ and needs to be constantly rehydrated to prevent dryness and irritation.

  3. Antioxidant-rich diet
  4. Vitamins found in fresh fruit and vegetables are proven to combat the signs of ageing and help reverse skin sun damage.

  5. Don’t get stressed
  6. Stress causes a spike in cortisol in the bloodstream which affects the production of collagen and elastin.

  7. Wear sunscreen daily and sunglasses in bright sunlight
  8. Protect skin from dangerous UV rays and limit skin exposure to damaging free radicals by using sunscreen, while sunglasses will reduce how often you squint.

  9. Use a good eye cream
  10. Eye cream is different from your regular moisturizer because it will contain specific ingredients to compliment the skin’s natural composition. The best eye creams will contain Retinol to help stimulate collagen.


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