I have tried the Olay and it seems to work "some". I don't know about the L'Oreal. I just know that putting makeup on over the fillers don't go on very well. I must be doing something wrong.Kelly referred to an Aloette product; the name is "line freeze". I used it on a fairly deep frown line and it does plump out lines and wrinkles. The "wrinkle" here is that it is fairly expensive and you have to reapply at least every 3-4 hours -- that is -- if you're going somewhere and want to impress the group how young you look.
I tried Strivectin HS which is supposed to give you instant gratification and with use of about a month and a half permanent results -- I didn't see any results even on minute wrinkles.
On the lower end of the price scale, Olay and L'Oreal are supposed to have wrinkle fillers -- -- commercials say they work ....
Martha,Has anyone tried products that have fillers that temporarily reduce the look of fine wrinkles?
I wasn't sure if this topic would go under skin care or make up.