Uhm, I don't think using creams with is is wise. I read somewhere that cream acts as a barrier and bounces the light off or something so the light won't be absorbed.
You can continue with the non HQ version Obagi also sells.
I guess the cheek area is more sensitive then as there is hardly any blood showing in the temple area after the procedure.
What? One of the uses is treating hollow eyes. Are you a doctor?
I think the collagen takes longer to form because of your age. It should be comforting that the reviewer above thought it did not work like you but saw results after 8 months and she is in her 70's like you. So try and be patient.
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