Crow’s feet (wrinkles)

Crow’s feet is the name given to the small wrinkles that can form along the side of your eyes.

These creases can easily and rapidly start to age your appearance.

You may find these creases deepen and become more noticeable overtime.

checking for eye wrinkles in a bathroom mirror
Treatment for crow’s feet include Botox or Azzalure

Treating wrinkles at the side of your eyes

In order to combat these we use safe, injectable treaments to relax the muscles causing these lines and encourage them to fade over time.

To smooth out unwanted crow’s feet, a syringe and fine needle is used for treatment. After applying anaesthetic cream or an ice pack the solution is gently and precisely injected into the appropriate muscles.

Treatment effects

These muscle relaxing injections are not permanent, but do generate results that can last initially for 3/ 4  months.

Treatment results are natural-looking, and besides a more wide-eyed and rested appearance, continued treatment will result in younger and smoother looking skin.

However, it is very important for this treatment to be performed by a well-trained medical professional because it requires much knowledge, skill and precision.

Harley Court patient before Botox treatment
Harley Court patient before Botox treatment

Harley Court patient after Botox treatment: visibly reduced crow's feet lines
Harley Court patient after her anti-wrinkle injectable treatment: visibly reduced crow’s feet lines

Areas suitable for anti-wrinkle injectable treaments include:

  • Crows feet
  • Forehead lines
  • Frown lines (between the brows)
  • Chin creases
  • Downturned mouth corners
  • Early lip lines


  • Botox costs start from £210.
  • Prices are determined by the areas that you wish to be treated


  • None. You can go back to your daily activities immediately.
  • The effects of the treatment will be seen within a couple of weeks.

You will be invited back for a complementary review 2/ 3 weeks later.

Book Treatment for Crow’s Feet:

Call us on 01202 572727 and make an appointment to discuss your treatment options