Crows’ Feet

Due to the passage of time, as well as the harsh environmental factors and lifestyle factors that can impact our life, the skin undergoes a number of significant changes.

One of these major changes is a reduction in the skin’s elasticity, which causes the skin to lose the natural bounce it once had. This can cause fine lines and wrinkles to develop on the face and neck, along with frown lines and crow’s feet around the eye area.

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Here at Coppergate Clinic we offer a variety of treatments to reduce the signs of crow’s feet eyes including:

  • Line and wrinkle relaxing treatment
  • Fractional laser skin resurfacing
  • Medical micro-needling
  • Exilis Elite.

If you are looking for ways to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet and wrinkles around the eyes, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team who will be delighted to arrange a consultation. Your aesthetic specialist will be delighted to discuss the full range of treatments available and formulate a customised treatment plan to most effectively address your needs.

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