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Q: I heard that BOTOX® Cosmetic was recently FDA-approved for crow’s feet. How does it work in that area of the face?
A: Great question. Many patients wonder what they can do about their crow’s feet. Even though the lines in crow’s feet are considered “happy lines” (from smiling,) most men and women want to minimize them. In addition to sunscreen and a great eye cream, BOTOX® Cosmetic can have a significant positive impact on these smile lines.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is a temporary muscle relaxer. It is injected with a tiny needle directly into the muscle that wraps around your eye and causes the crow’s feet when contracted. When administered properly to the eye area, BOTOX® Cosmetic will leave you looking natural and even give you a bright, refreshed look to your eyes. The FDA approval recommends the use of 24 units (usually less than $300) and results last for up to four months. To find an experienced BOTOX® provider, log on to BOTOXcosmetic.com.