How much Botox would I need to lose my crow's feet?

I've had Botox for the frown lines between my eyebrows two times and both times, I was given 25 units. I'm tossing around the idea of getting Botox for my crow's feet but, as is often the case, money is a concern. Can you give me an idea of how many units of Botox I'd need to get a handle on my crow's feet? I don't even mind if I'm left with a few very fine wrinkles so it looks more natural and less like I've had work done.

l-forrest

F, 39, Florida

Hi, I have used Botox and the other neurotoxins (once approved) for over 30 years.  I typically use about 30 units split between both Crow's Feet area.

Hope this helps.

 In order to effectively eliminate  crows feet each side should get about 10 to 12 units.   Obviously  less but you may not be assatisfied with the results. 

25 units in my experience is a reasonable amount for the area between the eyebrows. 

In our practice, I will start patients with 5 units of Botox on each side of crow's feet if the lines are mild, but most patients need 10-12 units per side.  For severe crow's feet, I often give 20 units a size.  You will need to be seen in person to say how much.

Just guessing, another 10 units, total, if you've been getting 25 for the glabella.