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    Old 04-12-2007, 04:38 AM   #1
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    Deep wrinkles...Saggy jaw

    Hi all..........I have pretty good skin for being min my 50's. A couple of very fine crows feet that don't bother me but I have noticed a deep wrinkle in between my brows. Also I feel my jaw line and neck could use a bit of an uplift. I have a closet full of creams and cosmetics that I don't like or use. Would like to use one product line but haven't found anything I like. My foundation ( I have tried BE and just bought a cream) and they both seem to land in this deep crease. Is there a product line out there for aging skin that has a good moistuizer, foundation, and maybe even a deep wrinkle filler? All idea will be appreciated. Even if i have to buy from different product lines it's not a biggie but would like some recommendation for the 3 products I am having no luck with. Thanks to all.


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    Old 04-12-2007, 09:57 AM   #2
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    Re: Deep wrinkles...Saggy jaw

    Creams won't solve these problems. You would be looking at Fraxel laser as your least invasive fix and a face life as your most invasive one. Fillers would plump the line, but do nothing for the sagging.

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    thanks eve.......I actually have a skin care place 5 minutes away that is starting a non-invasive procedure for saggy skin. It's not bad yet but I see the difference. I guess I'll give them a call.


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    For that deep wrinkle between the eyebrows: Botox.
    Personally I don't like the idea of injecting a paralizying agent into my face but I have heard many stories of success for your type of wrinkle.

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    Old 04-13-2007, 01:55 AM   #5
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    Do you know of any good doctors in So. Cal who do the skin tightening procedure?

    Old 04-13-2007, 05:26 AM   #6
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    Re: Deep wrinkles...Saggy jaw

    Thanks for posting this question!

    That's exactly where the only noticeable wrinkles are on my face- right between the brows.

    Keep posting, everyone- I want to use these too!


    Old 04-13-2007, 09:51 AM   #7
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    Wouldn't it be better to go to a plastic surgeon for any kind of tightening procedure or any type of laser? We have alot of places here like Dermacare,etc, but I don't think a physician does the procedure. I recently saw some horror stories with pics showing botched treatments. But those can come from drs. also. I'm saving money to have something done, but I don't know what yet. I have the jowls and wrinkles around my upper lip and crows feet. Age 55. kj

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    My doctor that I go to for Botox feels that thermage is kind of risky. It really hasn't been around that long and there are not many clinics that have mastered it. I don't know that I would trust it. I think gentle, consistent facial exercises are the way I want to go for now. Really when I tighten my jaw and the sides of my mouth and massage kind of making my face resist the strokes, it does help. If I have soap on my face or something oily/slippery it works best because then I don't stretch my skin.

    When that no longer does the job I will have a full face lift.

    Do you ever work out or exercise? When I don't my face seems slacker and looks older than when I do it regularly.

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