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How to prevent Crow's feet



At some point in our lives, we have all looked in the mirror and noticed the first signs of aging. For some of us, it is a few gray hairs. For others, it is wrinkles around the eyes. These wrinkles, called crow's feet, are caused by a combination of factors: sun damage, dehydration, and repeated muscle movements. While we can't stop the aging process, there are things we can do to prevent crow's feet from getting worse.


1. Use sunscreen.

The sun is one of the most damaging factors for all skin types. It dries out the skin and breaks down collagen, which leads to wrinkles. To prevent crow's feet, it is important to use sunscreen on a daily basis, even when you are not spending time outside. Look for a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher and apply it every morning before putting on makeup or going outside.


2. Drink plenty of water.

Dehydration can cause the skin around your eyes to become dry and wrinkled. To prevent crow's feet, make sure you are drinking eight glasses of water per day. You can also increase your water intake by eating foods that are high in water content, such as fruits and vegetables.


3. Don't smoke cigarettes.

Smoking cigarettes speeds up the aging process by constricting blood vessels and reducing the amount of oxygen that reaches the skin. To prevent crow's feet, quit smoking or never start in the first place.


4. Use an eye cream.

Eye creams are designed to hydrate and protect the delicate skin around your eyes. To prevent crow's feet, use an eye cream every night before bedtime. Gently apply the cream using your fingertips in a circular motion until it is fully absorbed into your skin.


While we can't stop the aging process, there are things we can do to prevent crow's feet from getting worse. By following these simple tips—using sunscreen, staying hydrated, not smoking cigarettes, and using an eye cream—you can keep your skin looking youthful for years to come!

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