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suestew123 Sat 01-Aug-15 23:34:28

Hi all, I have bad chest creases from sleeping on my side, do any of you suffer with this and if so any recommendations other than the silcskin chest pads, they do help but I am after a more permanent solution.


Hoolit Sat 01-Aug-15 23:38:31

Watching with interest, it stops me sleeping properly when I keep rousing and adjust myself grin trying to help!!

suestew123 Sat 01-Aug-15 23:53:37

Well I am off to bed now, but hopefully we will have some answers by morning Hoolit :-)

NoYoureGrumpy Sat 01-Aug-15 23:56:01


isn't this just what bodies do as we get older, get creases?

Do you want chest botox or something?

ouryve Sat 01-Aug-15 23:57:28

Is this a thing, then?

GobblersKnob Sun 02-Aug-15 00:00:22

Is it from side sleeping or sun? I don't have any and have slept on my side always, sleep in an UW bra though, and generally stay out of the sun, so no help really smile

BestIsWest Sun 02-Aug-15 00:01:09

How does it stop you sleeping?

Hoolit Sun 02-Aug-15 09:24:07

Cos whenever I turn etc your kind of awake, well then I consciously try and lie so I don't have creases. If I lie on my side without putting my under shoulder back I get creases that take hours to disappear in the morning.

dexter73 Sun 02-Aug-15 09:27:37

Sleep on your back?

bigglesgoggles Sun 02-Aug-15 09:43:41

Also watching in hope for a solution/reduction in creases!
Yes, it's a thing.
But maybe only for those of a certain age who's breasts are perhaps of an ample size with a degree of age-related-movement!

Used to like wearing v-neck tops and shirts but now pair them up with scarves to hide the creases.

MamaLazarou Sun 02-Aug-15 09:50:22

You can get little foam sausagey things for putting between your breasts when you sleep. Never actually tried them, though.

suestew123 Sun 02-Aug-15 10:20:13

It is a thing unfortunately, I have tried the padded chest bra as well, but my boobs are not ample and it rides over them so doesn't really work :-)

I am 47 by the way and have had them for quite a few years but now they seem a permanent thing.

I wish I could sleep on my back but it's not something I have ever done

cosytoaster Sun 02-Aug-15 10:34:00

I always meant to get something like this, but never got round to it. I've just accepted the chest wrinkles now but I do wish I'd nipped them in the bud earlier

TheHappinessTrap Sun 02-Aug-15 10:46:25

I've just moved away from V-necked things, it's all crew necks or scarves here!

ToFringeOrNotTooFringe Sun 02-Aug-15 10:47:15

Does anyone sleep in a bra? Not thought to do that before but would be a lot more comfortable.

knackeredknitter Sun 02-Aug-15 10:57:14

resolves to check for chest creases.........

knackeredknitter Sun 02-Aug-15 10:57:48

Luckily my age spots detract from them quite nicely

burnishedsilver Sun 02-Aug-15 11:03:14

I'm in my mid forties and never heard of chest creases before. I'm off to check my chest.

lurkingaround Sun 02-Aug-15 11:12:33

God all that breast pillow thing and bra wearing in bed sounds so uncomfortable. And I'm not sure how they would stop wrinkles developing. Surely the wrinkles are from loss of collagen and elasticity within the skin? Not from a muscle contraction, which theoretically might be stopped with a pillow, bra, etc. Not sure a pillow would delay the onset of those type of wrinkles.

Maybe I'm wrong and I'll be crying into my wrinkled chest soon....grin

burnishedsilver Sun 02-Aug-15 11:21:45

Ok. So I've done a Google image seach for chest creases. I know what your taking about. There are lots of articles about how to get rid of them. It seems lasers are the way to go.

suestew123 Sun 02-Aug-15 11:46:29

Thanks burnishedsilver, I expect that is expensive but worth it if it works

Pupsiecola Sun 02-Aug-15 12:20:58

So are they more common in women with larger busts?

suestew123 Sun 02-Aug-15 12:36:45

I don't think so Pupsiecola, I am quite small and have the creases. It's because I sleep in the foetal position

Hoolit Sun 02-Aug-15 14:14:32

Don't know about you but sleeping on my back makes me want to pee!

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 02-Aug-15 14:22:04

Grumpy is right, it's just a thing that happens as we get older.

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