What are Crows Feet, and why do they occur?
The fine creases and wrinkles in the outer edges of your eyes are referred to as crow’s feet. Two types of wrinkles exsist: Static and dynamic wrinkles. Face expressions are thought to be the primary source of dynamic wrinkles. Every grin, frown, and brow lift has led to small wrinkles around the eyes.
Natural things such as gravity and age create static wrinkles. Our skin starts losing elastin, a protein present in our skin that keeps our skin taut as we age. Our skin loosens when it starts to fade, making it much easier to manipulate without getting back to normal. As the skin begins to fold and the elasticity decreases, lines become permanent.
Both static or dynamic wrinkles may cause the appearance of crow’s feet.