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Horizontal lines between eyebrows and forehead?????????

Started 1275074252.253 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1277516459.34 by SuzyBailey

Anyone have a problem solver for these lines between brows and on the forehead? They seem to be more annoying to me then "11"s.

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viva9231275074836.0237085 PostsRegistered 4/5/2008Delaware

Estee Lauder makes the best spackle for this problem.It comes in a small purple tube.It is called Perfectionist Targeted Deep Wrinkle cream.It comes out in a very,small cream.Looks like it would do nothing,but OH MY GOSH,it fills in beautifully.It also helps to smooth the lines the more u use the cream.It works,have been using this for about a month on my forehead and around the mouth and OH my gosh,it just smooth the whole area out,makes me look younger.Costs is $39.50 but worth it,and it does last a long time,you only need a small amt for each application.

jessam1275075046.18174 PostsRegistered 9/28/2006Florida
On 5/28/2010 viva92 said:

Estee Lauder makes the best spackle for this problem.It comes in a small purple tube.It is called Perfectionist Targeted Deep Wrinkle cream.It comes out in a very,small cream.Looks like it would do nothing,but OH MY GOSH,it fills in beautifully.It also helps to smooth the lines the more u use the cream.It works,have been using this for about a month on my forehead and around the mouth and OH my gosh,it just smooth the whole area out,makes me look younger.Costs is $39.50 but worth it,and it does last a long time,you only need a small amt for each application.

Thanks viva92. I wil try it!

JustWantBe­autifulSkinn1275093735.2071404 PostsRegistered 11/13/2005

one word - BOTOX!!!

otherwise a cosmetic filler like the ones Adrien sells ?

BASTET1275100527.26221 PostsRegistered 7/10/2007

I use botox for this from a reputable plastic surgeon. You can get a half dose if you want.

KathyPet1275100586.9278433 PostsRegistered 1/25/2006Beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

Botox


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UMDTerpFan1275142834.2871820 PostsRegistered 3/26/2010

Try Peter Thomas Roth's Unwrinkle serum or Perricone's Neuropeptide Deep wrinkle serum if you aren't willing to spend the money botox costs for the short period of time it is effective (4 to 6 months). By the way, a co-worker recently had botox and her results were terrible! I have a hard time looking at her now. The brow is puffed up and makes it look like she is frowning all the time and one side is puffier than the other so the eyes look lopsided and this is now 6 weeks afterwards! Beware!

nmrainbow1275190320.283395 PostsRegistered 12/8/2005

Just read an article online that said people who get botox are now developing horizontal lines at the top of the nose. Apparently it is quite noticeable on several Hollywood types.

Brabls1275190495.7214740 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007

6 weeks of Avalon Organic's Co Q 10 Serum vanished mine, along with the 11's & crows feet. Didn't do a thing for wrinkles around the mouth. 3 out of 4 ain't bad.

JustWantBe­autifulSkinn1275222024.9171404 PostsRegistered 11/13/2005
On 5/29/2010 nmrainbow said:

Just read an article online that said people who get botox are now developing horizontal lines at the top of the nose. Apparently it is quite noticeable on several Hollywood types.

Lines at the TOP of their nose...??? hummmmmmmmmmmmmm MAYBE -

But look at HOW VERY botox'd they are. They have a TON injected in the forehead AND between the eyes AND laugh lines A TON!!! AND often -

I have botox 2 times a year - she doesn't OVER dilute, actually she UNDER dilutes AND injects a bit NOT a TON between the brows

Last time I had between the brows done, I had her do - for the first time, the laugh lines ONLY a liitle bit AND that was nice

This time I am doing between the brow and forehead JUSt a bit in the forehead to see how I like that -

ANYWAY - I think if you have a TON injected, ALL over AND very often that MAYBE it could do some damage ?

This time I am

quinn51401275230357.533239 PostsRegistered 4/16/2007MI

When I was at the BB in April I noticed that one of the very beloved vendors had the upper nose crinkle from botox. The forehead was absolutely smooth, but the nose wrinkles gave it away. I guess you have to trade off. Our faces are expresssive, so if your face can only move up to a certain point you will create new lines.

lyn in MI1275232274.68324655 PostsRegistered 4/29/2007SW Michigan
On 5/30/2010 quinn5140 said:

When I was at the BB in April I noticed that one of the very beloved vendors had the upper nose crinkle from botox. The forehead was absolutely smooth, but the nose wrinkles gave it away. I guess you have to trade off. Our faces are expresssive, so if your face can only move up to a certain point you will create new lines.

It was on the news recently that a study was published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology which stated that very finding. According to the study, our continued use of Botox will cause other muscles to work over-time. The end result is new lines/wrinkles in other areas.

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Visaqueen1275233791.0139245 PostsRegistered 1/29/2007Suffragette City

I have been using botox on those areas for 8 years, and I don't have nose crinkles! But my dermatologist does NOT overdo it. My face is not frozen, I actually have some movement in those areas. Extreme us of botox is NOT a good look, IMO. But artful use of it? Fab!

On top of that, good skin care is really important. I find that the Clarisonic really helps with fine lines, especially the laugh line area. I can only use it 2-3X a week, but it has made a big difference.

Viva, I have to check out that cream!

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Feldspar1275245548.7493 PostsRegistered 5/11/2010AZ

I feel like a rep. for DERMAdoctor, but I'm honestly not! However, the Poetry in Lotion, and her wrinkle fillers are excellent. The wrinkle fillers are temporary, and work under makeup, but the Poetry in Lotion actually changes your skin. I cannot say enough about it. I've use lots of different retinol products over the years, but Poetry in Lotion has been remarkable. I've used it for about six months, and I'm Auto-reordering because it's helped so much. I also like the fact that I don't need moisturizer at night in addition to the PiL. I've heard good things about the Peter Thomas Roth Retinol PM, but I haven't had the chance to try it yet. That may help, too. I don't think any topical product can eliminate those lines, but the retinols help make them less defined, and the daytime wrinkle fillers really work to hide them! I have a wrinkle filler from Kohl's, called Tri-Aktilene (by Good Skin), and it's surprisingly effective. It doesn't turn white like many wrinkle fillers, and it's a lot less costly than others. However, it doesn't last as long as DERMAdoctor Immobile Lines or DERMAdoctor Faux Fillment.

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Skylands1275254948.6776622 PostsRegistered 5/30/2010

One word: BOTOX!! Don't waste your $$$ on cosmetics that claim they can do this!! Go to a reputable dermatologist, put down $400 + in cash and you'll get rid of these lines

BeachParkB­abe1277489235.707538 PostsRegistered 5/27/2010

I have the bunny wrinkles on the bridge of my nose and have never used botox. I do have a really smooth, unwrinkled forehead. Would the Estee Lauder product work for the horizontal lines at the bridge of the nose Thanks.

patheticco­smetics1277515746.4131033 PostsRegistered 3/11/2009
On 6/25/2010 BeachParkBabe said:

I have the bunny wrinkles on the bridge of my nose and have never used botox. I do have a really smooth, unwrinkled forehead. Would the Estee Lauder product work for the horizontal lines at the bridge of the nose Thanks.

That's too funny. I was reading about the nose wrinkles and thinking, I have these and I've never had Botox. Wonder if it's from blowing my nose due to allergies. My forehead is wrinkle free as well.

SuzyBailey1277516459.345350 PostsRegistered 6/17/2007NEW YORK, NEW YORK

It was depends on your dermatologist and how he injects the botox so you won't get the bunny wrinkles. i agreee the Dermadoctor "Poetry In Lotion" is superb for these lines and the entire face. Love it!

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