Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Wrinkles? A Temporary Fix
It's rare that I try a "wrinkle-remover" product, or really any product that affects my complexion since the skin on my face is extremely sensitive and prone to what some doctors have called dermatitis and others have referred to as eczema. However, I've read so very much about Dr. Patricia Wexler and what a marvel she is where skincare is concerned that I decided it was worth a chance. While I am going to give some of her other products a whirl, I decided to try her Advanced No-Injection Wrinkle Smoother first since I had just washed my face (with my Purpose soap) and you are supposed to apply it before moisturizer (my regular Aveeno lotion). Guess what? It works. The little lines (well, maybe one is not so little) at the top of my lips virtually disappeared once my makeup was on, and my face did look smoother. Of course, by the end of the day, I had a scattering of little "bumps", the kind that have been referred to as dermatitis. But that's me. Super-sensitive. And I am going to try it again to make sure I can attribute the bumps to Wexler's formula and not heat rash from spending a good part of the day in the pool with the temperature in the upper 90's (30SPF facial sunblock from Clinique and a hat, but it was hot). I bought the Wexler products at the Bath and Body Works online. I can't wait to try the lip plumper!
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