Plastic Surgery: I recommend considering this option only when, in the pit of your stomach, you are completely distressed over a feature. So often I recognize that a woman has had a face-lift, and I ask myself: What is the point of having a tight face when your neck and hands stay the same? It doesn’t look right to my eye.
Question: Is there a good way to minimize the look of my crow’s-feet? Answer: Moisturizing your face regularly and drinking plenty of water will help give a smoother, plumper appearance to your face. Eye cream, which is normally slightly richer than face cream, is probably a good idea all around your eye area, both in the morning and at night.
The cause of crow’s-feet is twofold: First, there is a genetic component; second, they are a result of years of smiling. So, the way I look at it, how can they possibly be bad?