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is there a 'magic' cream out there to help me with the horrible lines I have either side of my mouth please?

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mckenzie Tue 15-Jul-08 18:48:20

I use Presciptives and have done for the last 18 months (having been told I was a tad too old for Clarins shock). I drink lots of water, don't smoke and eat a healthy diet and stay fit and active.

I tried the Prescriptives line filler for about 6 months when I first started using their products but I didn't see any difference to that part of my face (although I did see a positive difference to my skin in general).

My local beauty therapist has suggested a course of CACI although she can't guarantee it will solcev my problem but I'm not ready to go the Botox/collagen route just yet.

Can anyone recommend a cream/lotion that has worked for them. I will temporarily post a photo to show exactly what i mean if necessary but I'm sure you can imagine what I am talking about. They start either side of my nostrils and run right down to below my mouth in a banana shape and are much worse when i smile.

Fingers crossed someone knows a miracle cure!
TIA

MrsTiddles Tue 15-Jul-08 19:43:05

moisture surge by clinique but with temporary effects and regular use.

cornsilk Tue 15-Jul-08 19:46:56

elemis pro collage marine cream is good. They also do a 'pen' thing which you can use for lines to plump them out but it's expensive.

girlnextdoor Tue 15-Jul-08 19:54:58

no just Botox smile

mckenzie Tue 15-Jul-08 21:05:34

thanks for the replies.
I think someone else has mentioned a Clinique product. I'm going to check out if it's the same one.
How expensive is expensive cornsilk? Have you used the 'pen'?

drowninginlaundry Tue 15-Jul-08 21:25:28

another clinique fan here - turnaround cream is magic

but i'm still going to get botoxed next year

cornsilk Wed 16-Jul-08 00:27:42

I think it's about £60ish. Haven't used it - seen it on QVC. Used their pro collagen marine cream and eye cream, which is the best moisturiser I've ever used.

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