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Frown lines any magic solution?

(15 Posts)
bebesequin Tue 06-Oct-09 20:33:21

Getting really noticable vertical frown lines(drive a lot and frown when concentrating)Think they might be a family trait as my two much younger cousins have them too-is botox the only way to go?

CybilLiberty Tue 06-Oct-09 20:36:17

In a word, yes

AbricotsSecs Tue 06-Oct-09 20:37:04

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hormonstersnomore Tue 06-Oct-09 20:37:36

You could try these

Ronaldinhio Tue 06-Oct-09 20:37:42

or perhaps a really tight pony tail....

AbricotsSecs Tue 06-Oct-09 20:38:22

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seeyounexttues Tue 06-Oct-09 20:38:33

get a fringe cut if you don't have one already. it took at least 5 years off me!

hormonstersnomore Tue 06-Oct-09 20:40:25

I'm a miserable old git natural frowner too & a (young) colleague recently asked me what was the matter as I looked "really angry" shock

rosieposey Tue 06-Oct-09 20:40:49

Restylane or Botox i have a friend who swears by the 1st and it lasts longer than Botox.

CybilLiberty Tue 06-Oct-09 20:41:46

The shopping channel Ideal WOrld sell EYESENTIAL which does miraculously remove wrinkles and lines but only on a temp basis...and you can't really wear make up over the top.

works on bags and wrinkles

alypaly Tue 06-Oct-09 20:42:06

stop happygrin

bebesequin Tue 06-Oct-09 20:48:20

I'm 42- have thought about a fringe can't do a one really as I'm curly - injectables scare me a bit to be honest- will investigate frownies and continue with large sun glasses and touch eclat-

hormonstersnomore Thu 08-Oct-09 20:12:51

CybilLiberty, I've seen the ads for Eyesential on the shopping channel & it looks fab - doesn't your face all fall down when you wash it though? grin

Washersaurus Thu 08-Oct-09 20:22:23

Am watching this thread (whilst frowning) in the hope of a miracle cure for my deep vertical frown line.

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