Externally, there are topical line relaxers, the most effective target just the line you want to treat. The line fillers are meant to "fill in" your lines, but don't seem to work too well for me. I think regular consistent care of the skin is the most important thing you can do. Routinely moisturize your skin twice a day, face and neck. Shower and then follow with a good thick moisturizer that has vitamins C, E, A with hyaluronic acid and sunscreen. Avoid products with alcohol as an ingredient as this will dry and damage new skin. Clean skin at night and use a good night cream. Personally, I love the Olay Refinishing Night Cream, makes skin so soft and smells great. Internally, drink water and eat your berries & veggies. Take a B Vitamin complex with Biotin, fish oil, and a multivitamin. If your lines don't respond to a line relaxer and twice daily TLC, a precription for Retinol may do the trick.. I personally find these creams effective: Strivectin Lift cream really lifts! The newest Neutrogena Tone improving moisturizer is a nice effective cream that brightens skin well, The Olay refinishing line helps with surface problems such as large pores. I also use Vitamin E oil and Collagen(absorbed through skin) about once a week after a shower on wet skin. Allover. Then of course, there's always Botox.
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