The main reason that crow’s feet develop comes down to the way we move our faces. The average person blinks about 13,500 times a day. Add a few smiles, chuckles, sneezes, and yawns, and your eye orbit has seen more than its share of scrunching in twenty-four hours. Hard to get around it; the truth is that repetitive movements crease the skin.
Any repeated facial expression involving the skin around your eyes contribute to crow’s feet, especially squinting. As you age and begin to experience a decrease in vision, be sure to pick up a pair of reading glasses to keep your eyes wide and wear them whenever needed.
Crow’s feet refer to such perpendicular fine lines that develop around the eyes, at areas where the muscles are attached to the skin. (1) These wrinkles in the corner of the eye are generally more prominent and deeper than other facial expression lines.
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