What Causes Crows Feet And Wrinkles In General? The Top Two Crease Culprits Revealed

It is true when they say that prevention is better than cure.  But how can you keep something from happening if you don’t even know the reason behind it.  So to decrease the creases, have a quick look at just what causes crows feet.

What Causes Crows Feet UV RAYS

Without the right protection, staying under the sun isn’t very fun at all.  Actually, it can be downright harmful.  Depending on how serious the damage is, it can be anything from a simple sunburn to premature aging and at it’s worst,  suppression of the immune system and even cancer. Keeping focus, let's dwell a little more on premature aging.  Some of the bad effects on the skin are the following:
  • Dryness
  • Wrinkles (crows feet)
  • Skin Furrows
  • Sagging
  • Disoloration
  • Loss of elasticity
  • Lowered Collagen Levels
THE SOLUTION? Stay protected and wear sunscreen.  It seems that I cannot emphasize this enough.  Whether on a day out on the beach or even one just at the office, wear sunscreen.

What Causes Crows Feet FREE RADICALS

UV Rays?  No Prob.  You’ve probably heard about them since you were a kid.  Free radicals, on the other hand, may seem like a foreign word to surprisingly many people.  So in case you haven’t heard of them before or if you have but don’t fully understand what they are let along what they do, here is a brief explanation- short and simple. Everyday your body is exposed to all of these unwanted toxins.  You could get them from the pollution around you, smoking a cigarette, or even a bad diet, to name a few.  As if these toxins weren’t bad enough, once they get into your body, they “attack” your cells.  Not necessarily the entire cell, but just it’s electron.  A cell without an electron is actually a free radical.  Free radicals try to “steal” electrons from other cells since it doesn’t have one of its own.  Makes sense right? Now this whole stealing electron business is bad business- it definitely does damage to your body.  This can lead to a variety of diseases and, staying on track, has negative effects on your skin.
  • Wrinkles (crows feet)
  • Liver spots
  • Loss of elasticity
  • Loss of suppleness
THE SOLUTION? Antioxidants.  Did you know that free radicals are also called oxidants?  You do the math.  You can get your daily intake of anti oxidants by eating the right foods, such as beans, berries, whole grains, spinach, grapes, and broccoli to name a few. Click here for ways on how to combat crows feet.

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