Want to reduce your crow's feet?
As one of the very first areas to show the signs of ageing, your eyes can reveal more than you’d like. Thanks to years of smiling, squinting and sun damage, dreaded ‘crow’s feet’ (those pesky lines and wrinkles in the outer corner of the eyes) can set in quicker than you can say, “pass the sunscreen.” It doesn’t help that the skin around the eyes is so delicate, either.
Not only can crow’s feet impact the appearance of your skin, but it can also affect your confidence, making you feel like you’re ageing beyond your years. Instead of trying to avoid smiling and moving your facial features (you are human, after all!), just make a few adjustments to your beauty routine. There are better ways to improve the appearance of wrinkles around your eyes – and prevent new ones from forming.
The first step is to arm yourself with a wrinkle-targeting eye product. We love the new Clarins Super Restorative Total Eye Concentrate because it’s a bit of a multi-tasker: it works on the look of wrinkles as well as dark circles and puffiness.
Along with an anti-ageing tetra-peptide, it’s bursting with ingredients like harungana plant extract that deeply replenish skin and improve the appearance of wrinkles. It also contains silk tree and gurana extracts to fade dark circles, and cassie flower to brighten and refresh the skin.
Still not convinced? Our members recently awarded this product a whopping five stars!
In addition to adding this little beauty to your skin care routine, it’s important to take a few other measures to keep crow’s feet at bay. Choose a day cream with SPF to give your skin the protection it needs. Also, don a wide-brimmed hat and sunnies when outdoors. As you can probably guess, the key to warding off new wrinkles is to stay well away from the sun’s harmful rays. Not the easiest task when you’re living in Australia, but we have faith in you!
Do you have crow’s feet? Would you like to try the Clarins Super Restorative Total Eye Concentrate?