The crow's feet is the wrinkles occurring around the eyes and especially under the eyes, manifesting themselves as fine lines and giving the person a sense of aging. The factors causing the crow's feet can be said to include squinting, laughing, mimics and skin dryness. The facts that the skin around the eyes is formed by a more sensitive and thinner skin compared to the other areas of the face, and that this area has more dryness than the other areas in the face cause wrinkles around the eye area, that is, it produces the crow's feet. Since all mimics we make with our face lead to contraction and relaxation of our facial muscles, they change the distribution direction of the subcutaneous fat cells. Thereby, the elasticity of this area is impaired.