One of the most common areas for wrinkles to develop is on the sides of the eyes, better known as crow’s feet. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains how crow's feet and wrinkles develop. Genetics can also be an underlying factor. "Some people are more prone to getting wrinkles than others, and actually getting crow’s feet in your 30s is not that unusual,” Dr. Ordon says.
Dr. Ordon explains that there are ways to combat the frustrating wrinkles. Skincare products containing vitamin C, or L-ascorbic acid in a stable form, can help prevent wrinkles from forming. Retin A, a drug used to treat acne and sun damage, is also very effective in combating wrinkles. For more dramatic results, Botox injections, which stop the action of the muscle from squinting, and laser treatments, which stimulate the production of new collagen underneath the skin, are commonly employed to reduce signs of aging.