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Crow's Feet

Recommended Crow's Feet Treatment - Most Effective Wrinkle reducers are the most common and most effective treatments for crow's feet.
Name Description Cost
Botox Because crow’s feet are caused by muscle movement, reducing muscle movement is the best way to diminish or (temporarily) banish them. Botox is an injectable wrinkle reducing toxin that...more Botox for this condition will typically cost between $400 and $600 when priced per unit and...more
Dysport Often used for the treatment of crow's feet, Dysport is an injectable wrinkle reducing toxin similar to Botox. It works by weakening the muscles that cause crow’s feet. If properly...more Dysport costs about $300 to $700 when priced by "zone" or area.

Secondary Treatments For Crow's Feet While Botox and Dysport are by far the most widely used and effective treatment for crow's feet, there are many supplementary procedures that are often combined with them.
Name Description Cost
Juvederm Juvederm is used as a filler, normally in conjunction with a muscle relaxant like Botox or Dysport, to fill in and smooth crow’s feet just below the surface. Juvederm Ultra costs between...more A single syringe of Juvederm can typically fill most deep, static crow’s feet wrinkles. ...more
Prevelle Silk Prevelle Silk is frequently used in the sensitive area around the eyes. While Botox and Dysport are the primary treatments for crow’s feet, a thin filler like Prevelle can top off any...more For crow's feet treatment with Prevelle, one syringe at $200 to $600 should suffice.
Restylane Restylane is used as a filler to fill in and smooth crow’s feet just below the surface, normally in conjunction with a muscle relaxant like Botox or Dysport. Restylane is a hyaluronic...more Typically one larger syringe of Restylane is used to treat crow’s feet, which will cost...more
Thermage While Botox and Dysport affect the underlying muscles that cause crow’s feet, treatments like Thermage can smooth and recondition the surface of the skin. Thermage is a radiofrequency (RF)...more Treatment of crow’s feet with Thermage costs approximately $1,500 to $3,500. It may be...more
Pelleve Pelleve is a radiofrequency (RF) treatment similar to Thermage. It works by using RF energy to heat inner layers of skin and stimulate collagen production, which plumps and tightens the...more The treatment costs between $1,000 and $1,500 per session.

Chemical Peels For Crow's Feet Chemical peels are another good way to resurface the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, including crow's feet.
Name Description Cost
Phenol peel For deep static crow's feet wrinkles, a phenol peel may be more effective. A phenol peel is the deepest chemical peel. It penetrates more deeply and is the most effective at skin...more Phenol peels cost between $500-$1,000.
TCA peel Shallow to moderate crow’s feet should be treated with a moderate-strength chemical peel. Either a TCA or Jessner’s peel will work in this instance. Exfoliating within a month of a...more If the TCA peel in performed in a professional setting, the procedure can cost between $500...more

Treatments Not Recommended
Name Description
ArteFill Artefill, a semi-permanent filler containing silicon spheres, is not recommended for the crow’s feet area. It is too thick. Additionally, the area around the crow’s feet is in constant motion, making it more likely that this filler will migrate.
Collagen injections Collagen fillers like Cosmoderm, Cosmoplast, Zyderm and Zyplast can be opaque and cloudy, making them a less appropriate choice for the undereye area. Collagen is subject to the “Tyndall effect,” meaning that it can look bluish under surface of the skin.
Radiesse Radiesse, a calcium-based filler, is too thick for the relatively shallow crow’s feet area. Not recommended.

Treatment options: Yes, there is hope! Both dynamic and static crow's feet can be successfully treated. Dynamic lines can be paralyzed by Botox or Dysport; static lines can be treated through dermabrasion, chemical peels or ablative laser skin resurfacing, which peel off the top levels of skin.

Fillers, like Juvederm or Restylane, can also be utilized to plump up the skin around crow's feet, diminishing or eliminating them temporarily.