While we love to laugh, how do we eliminate crow’s feet? Live, love and laugh often. That’s a great motto to live by and one we should all follow. There is however only one small issue with it. While laughter makes us feel great and even has health benefits, the laughter can also leave it’s own mark in another manner – laugh lines.
What Are Crow’s Feet?
More traditionally known as crow’s feet, these are the small lines that form at the sides of our eyes from laughing, squinting and frowning. They appear when the skin loses collagen and hyaluronic acid, but one thing’s for sure — those of us who have them don’t find them funny.
“We lose 80 per cent of our natural hyaluronic acid between the ages of 40 and 80,” says cosmetic doctor Natalie Blakely.
“We also lose collagen and elastin from the skin which is what makes us look older. The first place we lose fat form in the face is the area under our eyes and that, combined with the lines caused by smiling, laughing and squinting into the sun, cause wrinkles to deepen as we age.”
We obviously want a solution but what is best? There is always the option of Botox, but that has the possibility of paralyzing the muscles that naturally crinkle when we smile and laugh, leaving us to look glassy and “frozen.”
Is There a Solution to Eliminate Crow’s Feet?
There is thankfully a better way to help eliminate crow’s feet* which does not require any injections and is something already in our bodies called adenosine.
What is Adenosine?
Adenosine is a chemical that is present in all human cells. It is the basic back bone of the human phosphate energy systems as it readily combines with phosphate to form various chemical compounds including adenosine monophosphate (AMP) and adenosine triphosphate (ATP). There are numerous medicinal reasons adenosine is prescribed.
Taken orally it can help to boost energy, treat shingles and certain types of blood disorders. If prescribed through IV, it can treat acute kidney failure, cystic fibrosis, controlling blood pressure during surgery and is even used during cardic tests. It’s clear adenosine is very useful and a powerful naturally occurring chemical in our bodies, but what does it have to do with crow’s feet?
Adenosine Reduces the Appearance of Crow’s Feet
Adenosine increases the production of elastin and collagen reducing skin sagginess and improving skin tone. Through the increased blood flow to the outer layers of skin, damage skin is repaired and cell volume returns, resulting in a fuller, younger and natural appearance without crow’s feet.
Research studies have shown the effectiveness of adenosine when measured against a placebo for a solution to eliminate crow’s feet and frown lines. At the end of the study, the participants who had the cream containing adenosine versus those with a basic moisturizer, showed improved smoothness and a reduction in wrinkles.
Additionally the adding adenosine to your skin increases oxygen tension in the skin helping to reduce the harmful effects of UV B sun damage.
How to Apply Adenosine?
Adenosine is a component of high quality effective eye cream skincare products. When you combine this with other beneficial ingredients such as argireline, polylift and Regu-age you increase your ability to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet.
Applying an eye cream containing adenosine to the areas under your eyes will help reduce puffiness and under eye dark circles. Applying the eye cream to sensitive areas next to your eyes where the crow’s feet have formed will immediately start working on reducing the appearance of the visible unwanted signs of just how many times you have loved and laughed in your life.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.