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ELASTIderm Offers Hope, Results for Treating Crows Feet

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on November 10, 2008

elastidermFine lines and wrinkles around the eyes (crows feet) are one of the many telltale signs of aging that few women can cover up with makeup alone.

Dermal fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane are popular choices for treating crows feet, a set of injectables that fill out the facial lines with compounds that help create a smooth and natural appearance.

However, resorting to these popular injectables or even facelift surgery may not be the only options; a recent study by Obagi Medical Products, a company that specializes in topical aesthetic and therapeutic skin rejuvenation systems announced its ELASTIderm treatment, an eye treatment that helps tighten and tone up the delicate skin around the eyes to create a more youthful look.

ELASTIderm is now clinically proven to restore skin elasticity around the eyes and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  It’s different from other skincare products because the compounds are readily absorbed by the body and penetrate deep into the skin. (Source: Medical News Today)

Many facial products simply sit on the surface of the skin and fail to produce results because the ingredients do not go deep enough to stimulate collagen production, the essential compound that makes skin look taut and more resilient. ELASTIderm is made with a powerful concentration of rapidly-absorbing ingredients that can help create a marked improvement in the skin.

ELASTIderm may be a valuable alternative for those considering the ‘Liquid Facelift‘ or facelift surgery to tighten up the upper facial area and reduce teh appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  However, the product is still relatively new and may only be a semi-permanent solution for treating crows feet.

(Photo credit: Elastiderm.com)

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