What works best for forehead wrinkles?

  • buddy1095
  • ohio
  • 4 years ago

what works best for forehead wrinkles only. i am 33.

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try Jarvis cosmetics. It's a very effective cream for fine lines and wrinkles.
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Thanks for all this very useful information this resource is just what I was looking for google must love this site as my search for this information brought me right here.
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You can also try Frownies. They are little gummed strips of card that you wet and place on your head at night to stop you moving your brows. Supose you could think of it as a cheaper botox!
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Have you tried those?  I've always wondered how well they work, I'm pretty skeptical.

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I was too but I move my face during sleep and used to have both crows feet and forehead lines and NL's. I do massage regularly but these really helped them lessen for me personally. Its worth trying and doesn't cost thousands of dollars!
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You can always try stop and pose laser treatment
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try natureleyes. I tried almost eveyrhting but my skin is pretty sensitive so some even burned a little and in the end i found natureleyes. cant remember what site it was on but im sure a search engine will help you. i got it online, i remember that much but its natural so no more burning and it lifts instantly. works for me, hope this helped. good luck and works on smile lines as well and other fine lines and wrinkles and puffiness
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you can try NeuCell anti-wrinkle cream. it's for face and neck. you can read more about it, if you're interested, on their website.
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Hello Buddy, Botox or Dysport is best for treating wrinkles on the forehead. Botox and Dysport are similar in price and effectiveness, yet I have noticed that younger patients prefer Dysport over Botox because Dysport seems to have a softer effect on the muscles rather than the stronger hold Botox tends to give. Also, now is the time to invest in some topical physician grade products such as Glytone, or Avene, to minimize the depth of lines and wrinkles. Good Luck
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Hi Buddy, Botox or Dysport work best for forehead wrinkles. Good luck and be well. Dr. P

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