Crow’s feet are wrinkles that radiate from the corners of the eye. They are caused by repeated contraction of the muscle that encircles the eye. They are usually accented by squinting or smiling. Easily treated with Botox injections around the eye, typically 10-15 units are injected per eye in 3-4 areas. Finer lines that give a crepe like appearance under the eye are usually due to loss of collagen and thinning of the skin. These lines respond better to collagen stimulation and fillers.