Crow’s feet are fine lines and wrinkles that begin to form around the outer corners of the eyes. They form over time due to contractions around the eyes that happen when you make facial expressions.
Have you found yourself asking, “Why do I have crows feet at a young age?” or “Why do I already have crows feet in my 20s?” If so, you should know that there is a biological explanation for the fine lines and wrinkles that appear next to your eyes.
The skin around the eyes is the thinnest on the face, which makes it prone to wrinkling starting in the mid-20s. Simple repeated motions and muscle movements promote the development of fine lines, too.
By the end of their 20s, many women see crow’s feet have become prominent features around their eyes. Over time, repetitive movements, damage from the sun and other causes build up to develop these lines. Crows feet in your 20s are normal, but you can take steps to treat crow's feet in your 20s and get back your youthful skin.
In this article, you’ll learn more about what causes crow’s feet and why you are more likely to see crow’s feet in your 20s.
Women in their 20s tend to be out in the sun often for a variety of reasons ranging from spending a day on the beach to enjoying a day out hiking or playing sports. The rays of the sun are damaging to the skin, even if you do use sunscreen.
Every time you go out into the sun, your skin is affected, no matter how old you are. Without enough protection, UV exposure will break down and damage the skin. This is also true of exposure to UV light through tanning beds.
By the time women reach their 20s, sun exposure has added up. Too much UV exposure may cause a loss of elasticity in the face and a loss of collagen as well. This leads to crow’s feet as the skin sags and loosens over time.
Facial Expressions: Laugh Lines or Frown Lines
If you get crow’s feet in your 20s, another cause could be from the expressions you make every day. Laugh lines, frown lines and other wrinkles and fine lines may be caused by laughing, crying, squinting, smiling and other expressions that are common in daily life. Whether you’re happy or stressed, these expressions tend to cause wrinkles. The tiny contractions of the muscles around your eyes, mouth and face may cause the development of both dynamic and static wrinkles, so you may not notice your crow’s feet all the time or they could be there around the clock.
Protein Breakdown: Collagen and Elastin
Over time, elastin and collagen break down. As you get older, this means that your skin is less elastic, so it’s prone to wrinkles and sagging. Starting at around the age of 20, people produce around 1% less collagen annually. This makes the skin more fragile as it thins. Replacement serums can help boost collagen production to reduce the impact of aging on the skin.
However, the combined loss of collagen and elastin production may result in the signs of aging, such as crow’s feet developing prominently without intervention.
Both collagen and elastin can be boosted to help restore the elasticity of the skin and connective tissues, which helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Decrease in Sebum
Sebum is an oily substance produced by the sebaceous glands. As women age, the production of sebum slows due to changes in the body, such as going through pregnancy or menopause. Hormonal fluctuations are a normal cause of the decrease of sebum.
Sebum production continues to decrease over time through menopause. Sebum production may also be reduced due to medications such as those used for treating acne and oily skin or other issues. For women who have normal sebum production, using these medications can lead to reduced production, a deficiency of sebum and a higher risk of wrinkles and fine lines.
Revinia® Products Can Get Rid of Crow’s Feet
Revinia® products can help you reduce or eliminate crow’s feet by providing your skin with helpful nutrients that it needs. By adding Revinia® Eye Repair Treatment to your daily skincare regimen, you will be able to help your skin rejuvenate itself and reduce the appearance of fine lines like crow’s feet.
Any woman in her 20s can use these Revinia® products and reduce her wrinkles by up to 63%, according to a clinical research study by the researchers at New Jersey Clinical Research Center. Revinia® is used twice daily and shows results in as little as 30 minutes. Most women see results within 30 days of using the combination treatment.
Revinia® Eye Repair Treatment
Any woman can use Revinia® Eye Repair Treatment in their daily skincare routine to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. This formula is specifically designed with ac-11®, hyaluronic acid, and biopolymers that work with your body’s natural chronobiology to help your skin recover from damage caused by stress, the sun and pollution.
ac-11® is water soluble and an extract of the plant Uncaria tomentosa. This extract helps the skin naturally repair cellular damage due to sun exposure. Hyaluronic acid tightens the skin while reducing puffiness. By tightening the skin, it reduces the appearance of wrinkles.
Finally, the included lifting agents and biopolymers reduce puffiness in just 30 minutes. Women will see dark circles, fine lines and crow’s feet reduced within 30 days of adding this treatment to their twice-daily skincare routine.
It’s easy to use Revinia® Eye Repair Treatment in your daily regimen.
To use our serum, first cleanse and dry the skin. Then, apply one pump around the eyes, eyebrows, furrows, crow’s feet and cheekbones in the morning and at night. Gently massage the serum into your skin.
To get the best results with this serum, we recommend that you use it with the Anti-Wrinkle Serum and Night Repair Cream.