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Has anyone ever found a product that truly reduces wrinkles (not just the appearance of wrinkles)?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 19, 2009
    • Sorry to say, no. I’m still looking for that miracle. I honestly don’t believe that short of some sort of a procedure, the product exists.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Mar 20, 2009
    • I use Mary Kay day solution, night solution and moisturizer. someone actually came up to me this past Saturday & asked me what I use. That was awesome b/c lately I’ve been noticing laughlines & I hate ‘em.
      I also don’t believe though that there is anything instant outside of seeing a dermatologist or surgeon. I thought I found a miracle line filler a few weeks ago, which fills up lines but the crap comes off when u apply your makeup. So, if you do choose a linefiller, be sure to purchase mineral powder foundation that you can ‘tap’ on with a brush. It works well but you have to pay close attention to it.
      I refuse to grow old gracefully. lol




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      3sa wrote Mar 20, 2009
    • Botulinum Toxin Type A




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      Denise Herich wrote Mar 20, 2009
    • I’ve been using Principal Secret Reclaim products for about a year now.  Who would think that I’m really 94 years old?  haha.

      Love them immensely.  Your face feels moist all day long and although it may be my own imagination and wishful thinking, I believe the ingredient in there, argireline, actually does work to fill wrinkles and cause them to diminish.  Love that product!

      (suggestion: buy it on eBay instead of directly from the web site.  Much less expensive and you won’t be tied down to a ‘subscription’ type of sale)




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      Tish08 wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • yes, any product with a good amount of argireline in it. I had fine wrinkles under my eyes and this product makes them disappear by relaxing the spasm or muscle contraction that causes them. no miracle just chemical. I would never do botox.




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      Pam Koppel wrote Mar 26, 2009
    • Yes, I use a fabulous skin care line that does reduce wrinkles.  My sister who is 6 years younger than me has reduced the wrinkles around her eyes by just using the eye product but can’t get herself to use the whole line so I look younger than her!




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      Polly W wrote Mar 28, 2009
    • I use Beauticontrol microdermabrasion which resurfaces the skin followed by Beauticontrol tight firm and fill, and moisturizer. There are honestly some lines that have disappeared—after 3 weeks, and have not come back. So yes, you can lessen fine lines and wrinkles with the correct procedure at home. It will not give you the same results as botox, but sure is a heck of a lot cheaper. Cheaper than going to a spa too!




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      Doreen XoXo wrote Mar 28, 2009
    • I think I have actually.  Very pricy but I definately see a difference.  IQDerma essentials skintensive xCel —high potency antiwrinkle serum.....  $120 for 1.7 oz  along with
      RestorEyes...firming eye cream $85.00  

      I signed up for free samples for just $3.95 shipping.  Turns out the samples are full size and you have 30 days to send back.  If you dont,  they charge your card $96 and change (discounted off full price) for the items they sent.  Im telling you, I definately see a difference and feel a difference.  Ive used the stuff for a about 3 weeks so far.

      xoxo




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      Polly W wrote Mar 28, 2009
    • I get very upset when I see deceptive advertising of “free trials and free samples”—then having a “catch” which means, literally—-you are going to buy the product, because we have your credit card info.
      Acai berry websites are now doing this and literally cleaning out people’s bank accounts. I will not order anything with a free trial due to this issue.
      Any company that is associated with deception such as this is a huge turnoff for me...I wouldn’t waste my time/
      JMHO




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      Sheila Mitchell wrote Mar 29, 2009
    • I believe keeping your face hydrated is the key to keeping wrinkles away. I’ve been using Oil of Olay Original for 30 years. It’s cheap too...




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      Fashionista101 wrote Apr 14, 2009
    • I switch off between two products made by Lauren Hutton, I mean she’s over 60 and looks great, so she’s gotta be doing something right.  

      The two products I use are the AquaPress Complete and the Phyto Face Firming Cream.

      They are great, I couldn’t be happier.  Ever since I have been using both these products, I get compliments on my skin all the time, and the best part about it is that you get results fast.  In a matter of about two weeks you can really see a difference!




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      Mamagretch wrote Apr 19, 2009
    • LOL!!  Love that sense of humour!!!




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