Lateral canthal lines
One of the first signs of ageing comes with the appearance of wrinkles that radiate away from the eye – also known as “crow’s feet”. Depending on skin type, sun exposure, lifestyle and muscle strength “crow’s f feet” may appear as early as in your 20s. The physiological thinness and abundance of skin in the lateral periorbital area makes this site particularly prone to wrinkling.
In their early stages, the wrinkles are noticeable only during animation, soon accentuating when smiling, laughing, or squinting, and becoming increasingly more visible with time.
Their presence makes us look permanently tired, fatigued and possibly older than our natural age.
For women “crow’s feet” are the bane of their appearance, especially when make-up accumulates in the depths of the creases.
About the treatment:
procedure time: 30 to 60 minutes
back to work: immediately
the onset of action: 10 - 14 days
duration of action: results are maintained for approximately 3 - 4 months
risk and complications: minor swelling at the injection site