So you can't get to your derm for some much-needed, wrinkle-relaxing, stinging shots of Botox. Those fine lines and creases are really bugging you. Is there a quick-fix solution? Can you smooth out your wrinkles at home?!
Yes. You won't get as good a result as a typical Botox session, but you can stimulate some of the wonderful effects of Botox and fillers for a few hours, with a fast trip to the corner drugstore.
There are 2 new wrinkle erasers on the market for you to try:
Olay Regenerist Filling + Sealing wrinkle treatment ($19).
24.7 Skincare Smooth & Go Immediate Skin Perfector ($30).
Try and think of these wrinkle erasers as spackle. Yup. Spackle. The stuff works the same way---filling in small cracks and plumping up the texture. That's exactly what these topical line fillers do. Your face will look a lot smoother and younger and a bit plumper. The fine lines and wrinkles will be softened, at least temporarily.
And the price is quite affordable with these 2 new beauty products by Olay and 24.7 Skincare. The formulas feature advanced and concentrated ingredients like GABA, vitamin C, and herbal extracts. These all help to diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, undereye circles, large pores, laugh lines, etc. You end up with a more flawless complexion.
New York dermatologist, Jeanette Graf, gives these wrinkle erasers her seal of approval.
"You'll see an immediate 30 to 50 percent reduction in lines," Graf explains. But the effects don't last for weeks. It only works as long as it's on. But, as Graf says, "Who cares?"
So if you have that important place to be and really wish to put your best face forward, why not try these budget friendly wrinkle erasers?