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Inflammation/Red Skin on Laugh Lines

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Old 07-01-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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Inflammation/Red Skin on Laugh Lines

So lucky me at the young age of 21 not only do I have deep laugh lines, they are also always very red and irritated looking. I mean the laugh lines really brother me because I've never seen anyone my age or even close to my age with the type of lines ive got. They extremely noticable and the fact there red makes them 100s times worse.

Ive tried everything I can thing of, using a gentle cleanser, use olay regenerist moisturizer with spf 50, use bio oil, use aloe vera, use a vitamin c and e serum. Nothing helps, they just seem to get redder and deeper every day. I've pretty much given up all hope possible unless something has a miracle. Also I take fish oil and a multivitamin daily, exercise, drink lots of water, and eat healthy.

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Old 07-16-2012, 11:37 AM   #2
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Re: Inflammation/Red Skin on Laugh Lines

I've used Equate Aloe Vera + Vitamin E cream and also used aloe vera straight from a plant (but not very consistently). As for the face wash I use a product called Pure Life Facial Wash, its a blend of natural ingredients like almond extract, oat extract, and other natural exfoliants. I won't mind changing my face wash though, and also wanted to let you know I'm acne-prone.

Also I've started using emu oil which seems to help, but anytime I smile and talk a lot I really notice the lines get deeper and redder. I've tried Olay Regenerist moisturizer too.

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Old 07-08-2013, 07:13 AM   #3
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Re: Inflammation/Red Skin on Laugh Lines

Hello, I have the same issue and was wondering if you ended up finding a solution.

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