Get Rid of Crow's Feet & Wrinkles

We at Glo Skin Beauty UK stock a range of natural anti-wrinkle products: including an array of face creams, serums, as well as other natural products useful to help one get rid of crow’s feet and wrinkles.

Crow’s feet are a common symptom of ageing, but doesn’t only appear in older people, it has recently started to become more commonplace, and unfortunately, they can add years to a person’s appearance.

There is an array of environmental factors that could contribute to the formation of wrinkles and crow’s feet. Which is why regardless of your age, you must ensure that you are taking the necessary precautions to maintain your skin.

What causes crow’s feet?

Crow’s feet are also alternatively known as laugh lines, and as the name suggests: Those who laugh or smile and engage the muscles next to their eyes more, are more prone to get crow’s feet earlier than others.

Age is the main cause of crow’s feet. As we age, our collagen and elastin stores eventually start to decrease, as well as their production slowing down, resulting in the facial muscles weakening.

With the weakening of these facial muscles, it becomes much harder for the body to maintain youthful facial skin, resulting in crow’s feet appearing.

Sun damage is the second biggest cause of crow’s feet, with UV exposure (due to the sun drying out the skin, and limiting its elasticity), being another contributor as to why those even in their 20’s are developing it.

Is it only age that causes wrinkles?

It isn’t just age that cause wrinkles, but of course, with age, as mentioned before, comes the reduced production of elastin and collagen which is the main cause of the formation of wrinkles in more mature people.

Sun damage, or ultra violet rays can cause damage and wrinkling to the skin from its negative influence on the skin’s firmness and elasticity. Resulting in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, in younger people also.

It’s important to stay hydrated too, ensure you drink adequate amounts of water throughout the day. Going back to our point on UV radiation, as well as the dehydrating effect of the sun, this is another reason why people are more prone to developing wrinkles following excessive sun exposure.

It’s not unusual for younger people to develop wrinkles also, with another up and coming culprit being our excessive exposure to HEV (high energy visible) or blue light, usually emitted from smartphones and your computers and TVs.

These rays are said to penetrate the skin more deeply than that of UV, resulting in the damage of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid stores.

It is incredibly important to take care of your skin from an early age. If you have mature skin, our range of products are formulated with the finest quality ingredients to help renew and revitalise the skin, reduce damage caused by free radicals, as well as providing essential moisturisation.