Crow’s feet

Laughter is apparently not the best medicine for the skin around the eyes—repeated muscle movement from smiling, laughing, and squinting creases the skin.

It’s probably no coincidence that a 2016 Aveeno study found that 84 percent of women notice the first signs of aging around their eyes. Part of the problem is that people frequently skip sunscreen there because they’re afraid it will be irritating.

Thankfully, there is a way to reduce these lines. Treatments with Botox, Bocouture of Dysport can cause the underlying muscles to relax, smoothing the crow’s feet.