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Ultra lift product test, wrinkle guide doesn't fit my wrinkles ....

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QOD Fri 18-May-12 22:40:16

You're supposed to mark the picture your wrinkles most closely match, 1 to 8 (8 being the worst)

I'm less than a 1 (43) - what shall I do mumsnet! Don't want to take photo prooof to plaster on the Internet

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starlingsintheslipstream Fri 18-May-12 22:49:39

Me too! Even my 70 year old Mum is only about a 4 grin.

QOD Sat 19-May-12 15:17:06

Lol! I've managed to take a photo of my crow area without it making me identifiable so I guess I'll have to email that!
Not sure if I should be flattered I'm so unwrinkly at 43 or worried that a make up firm would think you would be

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SuzysZoo Sat 19-May-12 21:50:08

Hi all. I am also 43 and don't have the wrinkles (yet!) when I don't smile. I decided to measure doing a big eye wrinkling smile (which does produce wrinkles)!

QOD Sat 19-May-12 22:30:52

I'm no 4 with a big fake grin but that's not likely to change surely?

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SuzysZoo Sun 20-May-12 21:35:11

BTW I am not gloating about the no wrinkles thing. Basically I am quite fat and the fat tends to plump up the wrinkles!

QOD Mon 21-May-12 17:23:14

ha me either. I have lost 7stone 8lb so my fat has slipped away but my eyes havent neck is a bit though

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Alicadabra Mon 21-May-12 18:31:45

Oh that's such a relief that I'm not the only one! Mine weren't on the scale either - I have lines under my eyes (which is where I've been using the cream) rather than crow's feet but even those would only be equivalent to about a 1 on the scale. Rather pleased to have volunteered for this product test actually as it's done my ego no end of good grin Alas, I'm probably not going to be able to provide very helpful feedback to Ultralift...

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 21-May-12 18:50:52

Am checking for you - client is very envy of your lack of crows feet though!

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 21-May-12 18:51:09

envy in a nice way of course...

QOD Mon 21-May-12 20:52:25

I have taken a photo on my mobile. But jeez they have some wrinklies on the card

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Alicadabra Mon 21-May-12 23:27:28

[mumbled apology emoticon] ...but in my defence I never claimed to have crow's feet, I said I was "starting to get lines" which is true. I'm still slapping on the cream each day though which is somewhat remarkable given my usual beauty 'regime' (or lack thereof!)

Mouseface Fri 25-May-12 09:52:37

Me too, less than a 1 that is. I'm 37 and a 1/2 (the half is very important according to DD grin)

Whoops, best not grin in case I jinx myself!

The cream is lush though. smile

Dawnywoo Sat 26-May-12 08:47:06

Another one here (41 years old) with no crows feet but am scrutinising some fine lines under the eyes every day. Have been using for a week and think I can see a difference. Skin certainly feels nicer. Am also massaging it into forehead and at sides of nose / mouth where I also have fine lines - can't harm eh?

Hands have never felt so soft too!

fanoftheinvisibleman Sat 26-May-12 08:52:42

I'm less than a 1 too and have to do a manic grin to get crows feet! I'm doing the same as suzyzoo. I'm at the very fine line stage and I think it is helping there.

fanoftheinvisibleman Sat 26-May-12 08:52:42

I'm less than a 1 too and have to do a manic grin to get crows feet! I'm doing the same as suzyzoo. I'm at the very fine line stage and I think it is helping there.

mirai Sat 26-May-12 08:56:34

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Dawnywoo Sat 26-May-12 13:43:52

Never got the glass jar with this product test so at least I won't 'miss it' if I continue to use it.

Pleased to notice it's actually cheaper than was told (£9.99 ish)

Wish they had given us the version with the SPF in it though!

OracleInACoracleocus Mon 28-May-12 13:59:24

mine hasnt arrived yet!!

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 06-Jun-12 14:43:46

Hello - a response on this issue for non crow's feet testers:

1- For those who can’t find themselves on the chart:
Garnier’s UltraLift Wrinkle Reader is endorsed by the British Skin Foundation and was developed to enable women to see the results on the appearance of their wrinkles for themselves as part of the UltraLift Challenge. If you don’t find yourself on the chart, Ultralift has also been shown to leave skin feeling firmer, smoother and soft to the touch.

2- Can the wrinkle reader be used to see the improvement of wrinkles on other areas of the face?

The UltraLift wrinkle reader was specifically developed for the crow’s feet area rather than other areas of the face. However, UltraLift anti-wrinkle cream can be applied onto the whole face and has been shown to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and leave skin feeling firmer and smoother.


Bossybritches22 Wed 06-Jun-12 14:48:13

Yep not the crows feet that's the problem here either so don't know if the wrinkle-ometer is going to be accurate.

Not sure if my skin is any better but it's got be back into a better night routine so can't be bad!

(& free cream is always welcome-whats next??! grin )

pennnn Sat 09-Jun-12 17:31:08

wrinkles 4 now 2, but hard to judge really. Cream was very rich and felt as tho it sat on top of skin for quite a while

klaxon Sat 09-Jun-12 17:34:32

My cat ate the wrinkle-ometer. But before that I was under a one too. Perhaps they should have done this trial on granshagsnet? grin

Doobydoo Sat 09-Jun-12 17:37:37

I was under 1 too.But am angry as at nearly 43 thought I must be doing wellgrin

annh Tue 12-Jun-12 09:51:54

Isn't the feedback thread for this supposed to be live now? Am I looking in the wrong place?

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