Wrinkles or "Crown's feet"
The “wrinkles” appear due to a natural process of aging and dehydration of the skin. This process can be accelerated by various factors such as sun exposure, weight loss, and smoking.
The wrinkles that form around the eyes (“crow’s feet”) are among the first to appear horizontally in the morphology and curve slightly up and down. If they are not very deep, they can be treated with medium surface peelings and botox. Low density hyaluronic acid can be used in the deep and marked ones. “Fillers” are also used to hide the furrow that is responsible for dark circles under the eyes in many cases.
If the dark circles already have excess skin that forms skin folds, these “wrinkles” cannot be removed with medical-aesthetic treatments, but with a short surgical operation called “blepharoplasty”.