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How To Get Rid Of Crow's Feet Without Fillers?

How To Get Rid Of Crow's Feet Without Fillers?

They said that a smile takes years off your appearance. But have you ever felt that you looked older while smiling?

Well, your feelings are valid according to a new research done by Tzvi Ganel & Melvyn GoodaleThe results show that the upper portion of the face plays a major role in how people perceive age due to the wrinkling of the eyes that happens when people smile.

neutral and smiling faces of different age groups

See the difference when we just focus on the upper part of the face? And if you already have Crow's Feet present, best believe it would be more strikingly defined whenever you smile.

But this shouldn't stop us from expressing ourselves! The eyes and mouth are the most crucial when it comes to communicating. So, how do we get rid and prevent the formation of Crow's Feet to look younger than our age?


Excessive use of the muscles that control your eyes when you squint, smile, or frown can result in the formation of crow's feet, or early wrinkles around the sides of your eyes.

As the skin in our eye area is 40% thinner than the rest of our face, it is more susceptible to damage from various environmental factors such as sun exposure, pollution, and even rubbing or tugging at the skin.

When our forehead also sags due to gravity, the brows and eyelids get heavier; the support for our under eyes diminishes and tear trough hollows may become visible as the cheeks hollow out, deflate, and sag.

Additionally, the skin around the eyes contains fewer oil glands, which can lead to a lack of moisture and contribute to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles..

To think that these lines deepen and are more visibly defined through time is definitely a bothering thought! So what can we do?


Collagen is essential for skin's structural integrity and flexibility, while elastin enables skin to stretch and return to its original shape. But the popular options being shoved into your face are temporary, toxic fixes like botox and fillers.

Articles about the long term side effects of these procedures have been flooding our news feeds as we see how badly it affected the face of several celebrities like Kylie Jenner. They are aging faster than ever and this time, we wouldn't want to be them.

Fans Want to Know What Happened to Kylie Jenner's Face - The Jut

Are there any natural and effective alternatives to Botox? Yes, and it doesn't cost a fortune! What you needed was just one roll away from you all along.

While Botox provides a quick and temporary solution by temporarily paralyzing the muscles causing wrinkles, this secret of mine stimulates the skin's natural repair process to improve skin texture and reduce wrinkles over time.

The best, affordable anti-aging tool you'll only ever need are Real Individual Needles® Dermarollers ❤️

Dermarollers, equipped with tiny needles, gently puncture the skin's surface, stimulating the natural healing process. This prompts the production of collagen and elastin, crucial proteins for skin elasticity and firmness.

Good news is, I finally launched the perfect size to effectively target the eye area with ease and comfort! Made with precise, tiny 48 real individual needles®, it's the perfect depth to stimulate collagen production for a smoother, more youthful complexion. Say hello to a brighter, firmer appearance with confidence!


With proper use and a little bit of commitment, you’ll see results in just a few treatment sessions!

Start by using the Mini Dermaroller once a week. But if you’ve already been using Gin Amber Beauty Dermarollers for more than 3 months, feel free to do it twice a week.

Watch my Tutorial below for a more visual and in-depth guide on how to use the Mini Dermaroller at home to get YOUNGER EYES:

Thank you for reading, till next time my Amber Babies! Please don't forget to subscribe and follow me on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok 🥳

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