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Has anyone tried Botox or use retin A (don’t know how to spell that)?




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      Msj wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • years ago my dermatologist recommended I use ROC product (for the pricing in my budget) and I loved it. It had retin A




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • Because it was free I tried Botox in my forehead a few times. I wouldn’t pay for it though!




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      Angelcart wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • I used RetinA for acne when I was younger.  I’ve had botox only twice.  I loved the results but geesh, it’s not affordable.  You have to keep it up.  I’d try the ROC.




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      Anonymous wrote Oct 23, 2011
    • Hi, before you go down the Botox route which is very expensive and doesn’t last that long, try Bee Venom Cream by Deborah Mitchell. It works as a natural alternative to Botox and is being used by lots of celebs and royalty. I discovered it as Kate Middleton and Michelle Pheiffer are fans. The cream fool the skin into thinking it has been stung so increases blood flow to the area increasing elastin and collagen to the area. So it’s your own body defense mechanism doing the work. All ingredients are organic and it really does work. You can use it to compliment Botox too as you can apply all over the face and neck. I put it on my hands too. You can get it from
      www.skincareorganics.co.uk and starts at £23.30




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      Trudeeblue wrote Sep 2, 2012
    • Amazon carries some bee venom face masks as well.  Will be looking into this option myself!




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