In Crow's Feet there are two different types of wrinkles: dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles are those that appear during muscle contraction. If your crow’s feet are primarily visible when you are smiling, they are probably dynamic. Static wrinkles may worsen with muscle contraction, but they are visible all the time, even when the face is at rest.
The treatment you choose will depend on the severity of the crow’s feet and your desired outcome. In some cases, you may want to try a combination of treatments.
Topical creams :
You can fight fine lines and wrinkles with both prescription and over-the-counter topical creams.
Botulinum toxin (Botox) :
Botox works to smooth out wrinkles caused by repetitive muscles contractions that happen when you make facial expressions. This treatment is very effective for crow’s feet. Botox is best suited for people age 30–50 whose wrinkles are just starting to develop. It’s not effective on the deep wrinkles common among older adults.
Chemical peels can improve the appearance of crow’s feet and promote younger, healthier looking skin. This is accomplished by putting a chemical solution on the face that removes the outer layer of old skin, leaving behind new, smoother skin.