This Skincare Ingredient Is Most Effective at Getting Rid of Under-Eye Wrinkles

Whatever you call them—under-eye wrinkles, crow's feet, or something else entirely—they're much like my iced coffee habit. That is, incredibly easy to acquire and equally as difficult to ditch. I, for one, am only in my 20s, yet I'm already starting to notice subtle lines and tiny wrinkles that stay behind after I laugh, squint, or furrow my brow. It's the curse that comes along with having an exceptionally expressive face.

While it certainly isn't making me lose sleep at night (wrinkles appear quite naturally as people age, you know), I will admit that I'm slightly concerned that they will stretch and deepen, making me look older or more tired than I actually am. That begs the question, what can one do to prevent eye wrinkles from forming and treat those that are already existing? Dermatologist Lily Talakoub, MD, FAAD, of McLean Dermatology Center has the answers. Keep scrolling to learn everything you'd ever need to know about under-eye wrinkles.