Long-term sun exposure and the ageing process reduce the production of collagen in your skin, which can lead to the appearance of the dreaded crow’s feet. They develop on the outer corner of our eyes and are pretty difficult to remove. However, just because it’s difficult, it doesn’t mean that they can’t be eliminated. The ageing process can’t be stopped, but it can at least be delayed.
Here are some tips which can delay it and prevent the appearance of the tiny wrinkles:
Smoking harms our health in many ways as cigarettes contain more than one harmful compound that can damage all of our organs including the skin. Tobacco smoke can make the skin grey and leaves it in a terrible state. Wrinkles and dark circles around the eyes are not uncommon in smokers, so maybe it’s time to consider quitting.
Avoid long-term sun exposure
Sunbathing does wonders for your skin if you do it moderately. However, expose yourself to the sun for a longer period, and it will damage your skin. Long-term sun exposure has been known to cause wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes and mouth, so make sure to limit your time at the beach and always put on sunscreen first.