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Hi,

I am 29 years old and my crow's feet are incredibly pronounced and much to deep for my age. People often think that I am a lot older and none of my friends have crow's feet as bad as mine are. I have tried anti-age eye creams, serums, the lot but what it comes down to is that I am very unhappy about the way I look with wrinkles that are too deep for my age. 

I don't know what I cam do to remove these crow's feet but the answer is obviously at the beautician's/spa rather than in a cream. Can you recommend any procedure for me?

TIA

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Things like anti-wrinkle serums, containing Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and hyaluronic acid will definitely help you prevent the development of further lines around your eyes in the near future, as well as helping you get rid of those you already have. Long term and low level dehydration can also be a major culprit when it comes to crow's feet, as is simple genetics which you cannot influence. I'd keep at it with the serums and not give up hope. I think you are too young for anything more radical than that, don't you?
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You could try with dermal fillers like Restylane or Juvederm, but you do need to be aware that if the lines you have are not that pronounced, as I suspect is true because you are only 29 after all, they may actually be counter productive and make your face look puffy, tired or artificial instead of giving you the result you are looking for.

Laser may be a better option for you in this case. CO2 fractional lasers resurface the skin and fade wrinkles. This is a very effective procedure that I think may help you. If your wrinkles are only shallow even just one treatment may be enough, though it may also turn out that you need up to three sessions.
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Accept, accept, accept.

They are charming. I admit that I tried all sorts of creams in my younger years. I should add that I had a lot of exposure to the sun because I used to travel a lot to hot areas and I am sure that this did not do my skin any good. So I started getting wrinkles at an early. Maybe it's also because I was an excessive smoker and a notorious smiler. I bought all the stuff that said "anti-age" and "eyes" on it in the hope that it would help some. It never.

Mind you, when you start getting into the habit of spending lots of money on your skin, perhaps you are cutting down on your food budget. And getting all the nutrients you need really does make a difference to your skin so perhaps you should look into a healthier diet and perhaps even a detox.
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If your fine lines are bothering you, you have no reason not to book in with a plastic surgeon for a consultation. You may want to prepare for them to send you right away again with the message that you are not nearly as wrinkled as you think you are — if they're reputable, they'll do just that as long as that is the truth. Should your lines really be "excessive" for your age, botox is still one of the very best options around for crow's feet. Even something like a TCA peel could be of great help. In any case, inform yourself about the procedure before you undergo it.

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Dermal fillers (Juvederm and Dysport are others) can be good choices for crows feet, but users need to keep in mind that the effects will always without question wear off within a few months to half a year. These are not permanent solutions and once you get a taste of how good you can look with them, you will constantly need to go back. Microlaser is a better choice in that regard, because it can deliver results that actually last.

OP, you're right to research all options before talking to someone as often they will put their income before your needs!!!
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Aaaah... As far as I am aware and have heard from people who have had this done, the absolute best bet for wrinkles under your eyes is to first have laser treatment, IPL laser to be specific, and then after your skin quality has improved that way as much as it can, then they follow it up with botox, which for the under eye area is still the best dermal filler out there as compared to hyaluronic acid fillers etc. Every surgeon will have their own special way of getting the best results though and you're gonna want to check in for a chat with a few to see what the options are for you...

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