Information And Treatment
Crow's feet are the wrinkles that appear around the outside corners of the eyes as a person ages. They typically fan out from the corner of the eye toward the side of the face. Crow's feet can be dynamic, which means they're primarily visible when the eye muscles move, or static, which means you can see them all the time.
Over time, dynamic wrinkles become static as skin becomes less resilient with age. Static crow's feet can also be caused by environmental issues, like sun damage, squinting and smoking.
Age range: Crows' feet grow more prominent with age but can begin to be noticeable as early as the early 20s, depending on your genetics and sun exposure.