Forever -- Thank you for doing the research and going in for a consultation. I have wrinkles that just stay there "smiling" on my forehead as well...I'm looking forward to hearing the results of your consultation.
Thanks sempre -- Was wondering which one was for which problem...I don't have the "eleven lines" lucky me...I got a pitchfork...one line in the middle and one coming up from each eyebrow!!!static wrinkles require a filler- restylane, the most important thing about fillers is to use the correct one for the correct area- Restylane touch is for the forehead, restylane-or Restylane Lipp can be used on the lower face , and Perlane is for deep hollow checks or deep pitted scars.
Botox is great for the eleven lines, even static lines with use of a 15% saylcilic acid peel can make a dramatic improvement.
Hey pumi I have been getting needles poked around in me for a while now, it did take me while to get used to them! I dont even notice it now a days!Botox sounds scary to me too coz of the needles and all.
So your botoxing and using the patches just as maintence in between injections? Sounds like a great product, thanks.I agree, Botox is great if done well. I'm on my third injector so check around for a good one. She's done wonders even lifting my lids! My contribution here addresses the static lines that Botox can't fix. I use DermaGen Anti-Wrinkle Patches. They are soft, sticky, rubber-like patches that you place over your wrinkles when you sleep. They keep wrinkles flat all night so over time (1 week!) they lessen dramatically. I hated how the lines between my forehead made me look angry all the time. The patches really helped. Ladies Home Journal had a "just pay shipping" special last April. $5. You have to call them and ask about the special - I couldn't find it on their website.