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How do you (or think you) prevent wrinkles?

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So, this morning I noticed two 1.5 cm lines across the right side of my forehead for the first time. Faint, though.. :cry:

It's wrinkle four. Have two from old injuries.

What do you ladies (and gentlemen!) do for wrinkles?

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Lol how old are you ?

I'm not sure there's anything you can do about that.

Apart from that I find wrinkles rather hot but that is only my personal preference.

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dont smile ,dont talk, dont blink,dont move your ears,forehead,cheekbones,nose,eyebrows.voila. ull never get wrinkled! :laugh:

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I've always used cream and I stay out of the sun. I've only done 1 chemical peel and that was a bitch. Never done Botox either. I don't know if I ever will.

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Lol how old are you ?

I'm not sure there's anything you can do about that.

Apart from that I find wrinkles rather hot but that is only my personal preference.

Young, not even close to middle age.

My wrinkles are 'gray' lines, lol.

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dont smile ,dont talk, dont blink,dont move your ears,forehead,cheekbones,nose,eyebrows.voila. ull never get wrinkled! :laugh:

:laugh: hahaha!

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I've always used cream and I stay out of the sun. I've only done 1 chemical peel and that was a bitch. Never done Botox either. I don't know if I ever will.

I use Alpha Hydroxy acid and moisturizer..perhaps that makes it worse?! I don't know.

From what I've seen Botox isn't good for the long term. What kind of cream is it?

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Believe it or not Oil of Olay. Every single day I put it on, even on my neck. I know people who have used the creams that cost hundreds but from what I have seen there isn't much of a difference

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^ True :yes:

Btw, try collagen drink, drink more water, sleep more, eat fish maw, bird's nest, Sea cucumber, etc. ;)

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Believe it or not Oil of Olay. Every single day I put it on, even on my neck. I know people who have used the creams that cost hundreds but from what I have seen there isn't much of a difference

Thanks, Cop :wave:

^ True :yes:

Btw, try collagen drink, drink more water, sleep more, eat fish maw, bird's nest, Sea cucumber, etc. ;)

Wow, yummy :blush:

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*Wear sunscreen year round. Don't go outside for a long period of time during 10AM-4PM when the sun's rays are the strongest.

*MOISTURIZE!

*Avoid junk food. Sugar loaded food causes major wrinkles as does salt/sodium.

*Avoid caffeine.

*Don't eat too much red meat.

*Exercise and drink tons of water.

*Get your beauty sleep.

* DO NOT stress.

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*Avoid caffeine.

I think I consume about 450mg of caffeine everyday...that's my main vice. :morning: Stress is another one that's constant and unavoidable. :-/

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Recently, I eat fish maw once a week and my skin looks smoother but this is quite pricey and not good to ecosystem i guess :idk:

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Recently, I eat fish maw once a week and my skin looks smoother but this is quite pricey and not good to ecosystem i guess :idk:

My skin has actually been looking noticeably better now that I'm experiencing 90 degree weather. It seems to look a lot better in moist summers than the dry winters. I've also been moisturizing 3-4x a day rather than 2x a day. And the two new wrinkles seem to have receded noticeably since I've made post 1.!!!

I also take lots of vitamins every morning- Multivitamin, Zinc, Fish Oil, C, D, B-12. I've only been taking Zinc and Fish Oil recently so I can't comment on whether or not anything positive has occurred.

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Good to hear your skin is getting better :yes: But interesting that I have much better skin in dry winter :p

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Good to hear your skin is getting better :yes: But interesting that I have much better skin in dry winter :p

Thanks Lyon! :)

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Also my question :/ I have a serious problem about dark circle :/

I born with this problem and I've met tons of people with this question "Did u study/work overnight?" <_<

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Also my question :/ I have a serious problem about dark circle :/

I born with this problem and I've met tons of people with this question "Did u study/work overnight?" <_<

So you're Sasha Pivovarova? :evil:

Friend of mine gave me this eye cream today. She said it's "ok":

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It retails for $9 or for a tiny 0.5 oz.

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I didn't know she had this problem too :nicole: I just thought of my ex-dream man Jeremy Dufour =_=

And I don't think I can't buy that eye cream in my place :p

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avon?seriously? :yuckky: ..cheap product,which i dont trust!

i doubt it would help...its better u consult a dermatologist,if its that big of a problem,before u ruin your skin totally with some crappy cosmetics... :)

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Yea, I questioned that eye cream as well. It seems to be a high margin product- probably just modified conventional moisturizer.

The best moisturizer I've ever used is Jojobo oil and jojobo oil derived moisturizer. The glycerin based moisturizers- ie. Cetaphil, etc. irritate my skin.

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I didn't know she had this problem too :nicole: I just thought of my ex-dream man Jeremy Dufour =_=

And I don't think I can't buy that eye cream in my place :p

Do you use moisturizer for that area, Lyon?

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As for the eyes, it's not a big problem for me. Anyway, I tend to not trust dermatologists too much in general due to their low risk position and profit motive. They have a tendency to see a problem, and just prescribe something (or recommend a questionable procedure) that's totally predictable (if one uses the internet for due diligence beforehand.. :D .

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