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Thread: What can I do about forehead wrinkles?

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    Default What can I do about forehead wrinkles?

    I'm 43 and I'm getting annoyed at my forehead wrinkles. They are the only wrinkles I have. They're expression lines. I raise my eyebrows a lot apparently. So the lines are not scowl type lines, there are about 4 lines straight across my forehead.

    I am considering Botox/Restylane/Juvederm...I'm not even sure which product is good for forehead wrinkles.

    So can you guys give me some information? I don't want to look like Nicole Kidman but it would be nice not to have forehead wrinkles!

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    I get Dysport (which is like Botox) in my forehead, for the furrow at my eyebrow and the couple of horizontal lines at the top. I've been doing it about 2 years, once every 4 months. I like it very much and if done properly you still have movement and expression. I've had no issues, like bat brows, and no side effects. I don't tell anyone IRL that I do it. It looks better, but it's not so drastic that my friends are like- oh, botox.

    I don't think fillers would be a good idea for the forehead. They work differently than Botox/Dysport. I don't really like the way fillers look in general. I think they're too obvious, and too often look odd.
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    Bangs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Bangs.
    LOL! But I look like shit in bangs. Had them for most of my life, then finally grew them out and I'm never going back.

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    You could try Frownies which help diminish movement on your forehead. You could also get a prescription for Retin-A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    I get Dysport (which is like Botox) in my forehead, for the furrow at my eyebrow and the couple of horizontal lines at the top. I've been doing it about 2 years, once every 4 months. I like it very much and if done properly you still have movement and expression. I've had no issues, like bat brows, and no side effects. I don't tell anyone IRL that I do it. It looks better, but it's not so drastic that my friends are like- oh, botox.

    I don't think fillers would be a good idea for the forehead. They work differently than Botox/Dysport. I don't really like the way fillers look in general. I think they're too obvious, and too often look odd.
    How much does this cost each time?

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    I pay about $500. Prices can vary widely depending on where you are. There are usually rebates on Dysport from the maker, for $50.

    I see a plastic surgeon for it. There are other type of doctors and non docs, like Physican's Assistants that do it, but you want to be careful with who you allow to do it, from an aesthetic standpoint.
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    The solution is to become really cynical and not so surprised by things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    The solution is to become really cynical and not so surprised by things.
    I think what's causing me to raise my eyebrows IS cynicism. As in a constant expression of disbelief like "Say what?" at the ridiculous things people believe.

    I wonder if a dermatologist would be a good choice to consult about this?

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    ^ Lots of derms do injectibles, you should be able to find one easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    The solution is to become really cynical and not so surprised by things.
    Also, people should stop pissing me off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Bangs.
    That's how I got rid of my forehead wrinkles.

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