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Facial Wrinkles

Gottagrow,

Where the fuck do you get HGH injections in the UK? Seems like everything the itsy-bitsyest bit controversial gets immediately banned.

Is this personal experience btw?


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How about botox or some of the other stuff (silicon and some other things I forgot the name of) injections?

I got some for the circles beneath the eyes and the wrinkles around the mouth and it’s amazing how dramatic the change is!


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As far as I know, the best single thing you can apply to your skin for it’s health and appearance is Retin-A or Differin. In fact, Differin is supposed to be every bit as effective as Retin-A but with less chance of irritation. I used to take the stuff for acne and I noticed it just made my skin look great in general too. Apparently, it’s verry close relation to pure vitamin A additionally gives is healing effects from things like sun exposure (believe it or not, despite the fact it is associated with increased sun sensitivity).

I have been looking for a good place to order it online for as cheap as possible. I’d really appreciate if someone could help me out if the know anything about this. So far what I’ve found looks kind of expensive.

Originally Posted by memento
There are a bunch of threads talking about baldness, and people’s regimens to counteract it but none on some of the other signs of aging.

So what do people here know about wrinkles and how to avoid them.

I scowl almost constantly and am getting some nice plough marks between my brows. When I’m not scowling I’m laughing and have the laughter lines to prove it. I also smoke (bad) and probably have a fair amount of sun damage. I just use a vitamin E cream on my face and bog standard soap. I’ve heard that vitamin C cream can be useful but I don’t know whether this it hokum.

So guys, please share what have you done to combat the spider lines of age. What works and what doesn’t?

Renova is the trademark name for retin-a cream by Johnson&Johnson. It works great for that purpose. Botox works wonders for that area - my wife had it done.

Wrinkle care

I am seeing the good product from England at www.mylookandfeel.com and a lot of people have been happy with the products

Pete

Originally Posted by memento
There are a bunch of threads talking about baldness, and people’s regimens to counteract it but none on some of the other signs of aging.

So what do people here know about wrinkles and how to avoid them.

I scowl almost constantly and am getting some nice plough marks between my brows. When I’m not scowling I’m laughing and have the laughter lines to prove it. I also smoke (bad) and probably have a fair amount of sun damage. I just use a vitamin E cream on my face and bog standard soap. I’ve heard that vitamin C cream can be useful but I don’t know whether this it hokum.

So guys, please share what have you done to combat the spider lines of age. What works and what doesn’t?

My wife uses Decleor products. I steal some of her moisturizer when she isn’t paying attention - it’s good. When I was buying Xmas presents at the big department store, the cosmetics girl pointed out that they made Decleor for men nowadays… the same stuff no doubt, with a different smell and a steely grey carton, I presume.

For really dry skin (wintertime dry spots and such) I use Locobase Repair - now my wife has gone over to that for the nightime face stuff, so I guess it must be at least as good as the Decleor night-whatever. I found this: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/…3&dopt=Abstract

If you really want to get serious about wrinkle restoration, you should look into this - NASHA, non-animal hyaluronic acid. Botox will simply paralyse tissue, restylane will “refill” them - until the body has washed out the hyaluronic acid, and the wrinkles appear again. http://www.q-med.com/DynPage.aspx?id=739&mn1=198

I guess it’s time for me too, to start using cleanser, scrubber and whatnot. I’ll stop by The Body Shop one of these days.


regards, mgus

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There was a review of anti-wrinkle creams in the last issue of Consumer Reports

Originally Posted by vkn1
There was a review of anti-wrinkle creams in the last issue of Consumer Reports

Saw that. They conclude none of them really work, although a few offer some improvement.

Here’s a trick that may work on those days when you get up for that 8 AM meeting after a dissipated evening and your upper eyelids look like they’ll flap on your chin by noon. Slather on some Clinique Anti-gravity. Not cheap. But it will hold, at least through the meeting and longer if you raise your eyebrows as high as you can and maintain a sort of “startled” look throughout the morning.

In this connection, Phyllis Diller always said, “After 50, NEVER have sex on your hands and knees.”


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Try supplementing with hyaluronic acid for a month or so.

Originally Posted by capernicus1
Try supplementing with hyaluronic acid for a month or so.

Did you have good results with it?

Originally Posted by kallea
Did you have good results with it?

Did seem to make a difference.

I take a collagen supplement and a

Copper supplement. I’m almost 39 and people always think I’m in my mid twenties.

Memento, how’s that horridly wrinkled face looking, almost a decade later? :D


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