Kiss goodbye to crow's feet!

Eye contour skin is thinner than the rest of the face and suffers from the first tell-tale signs of ageing. But don't panic, where there's a will, there's a way!

The facial zone where wrinkles first appear

 If there's one thing that gets us running to a cosmetic practitioner it's our crow's feet.Our eyes become lined and marked by the passage of time. It's not surprising - the skin around our eyes is 3 to 5 times thinner than the rest of our face and, therefore, incredibly fragile. This is why the eye contour area is the first to suffer from wrinkles and fine lines. These infamous crow's feet dig in their heels and nibble away at our youth. Counting crows from 30 onwards  
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Crow's feet are expression lines that reflect our hectic daily lives.

Firstly, we blink around 10,000 times a day. Secondly, the eye contour has fewer sebaceous glands, whilst blood flow and lymphatic drainage run at a snail's pace. Add to that pollution, stress, lack of sleep, squinting at a screen all day...
Puffiness, dark circles and lines get worse over time and our look begins to lack youthful lustre.To prevent the appearance of wrinkles and lines before their time, apply smoothing treatments that are bursting with skin-tensor agents, antioxidants and active ingredients capable of boosting collagen production, to protect the skin.What else can I do to give my eye contour zone a helping hand?
- Use a metal applicator to apply your treatment.
Metal applicators are cold and decongesting
- no need to pop these in the fridge!
- Formulae packed with blurring agents that will subtly smooth out crow's feet. 
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How should I apply my eye contour treatment?

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Apply a pea-size dollop to your orbits, brow bones and eyelids. Working out from your inner eye, gently dab it in and finish off by lightly tapping your eye contour zone. This will immediately plump out any wrinkles and stave off the appearance of crow's feet. How often should I do this? Apply your treatment morning and night to fully cleansed skin.    
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