Keep Facial Lines At Bay

In watching TV commercials and reading articles on how to minimize all facial lines, I've found a solution. Just use a commercial paper-like medical tape that comes in its own dispenser. Then just tear off enough to cover certain areas; i.e. frown lines, crows feet and the parenthesis on each side of your mouth.


Do this after you wash your face, and get ready to slip into bed. This method is pretty much fool proof, and sure beats buying pricey cosmetics. The above dispenser can be found with different types of medical tapes in your store's pharmacy section.

Source: Came from a good friend who is in her 80's, and doesn't look it!

By Jane Price from Lawrenceville, GA

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October 28, 20110 found this helpful

Please explain how tape can minimize wrinkles because I find it a little hard to believe. There is no quick fix for wrinkles and the best way to prevent in the first place is daily use of sunscreen. Genetics play a part probably more than anythings.

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October 29, 20110 found this helpful

I put a piece of tape on my forehead every night before going to bed. If I forget to do this, I'll wake up with a deep crease in my forehead which makes me look like I am frowning. It takes several days to smooth it out. I wish I had started doing this when I was much younger before the crease ever started. I call it a sleep crease.


I use First Aid cloth tape and tear off a square and put it over the crease line. Before putting the tape on, I put a little Olay moisturizer on my face. This makes the tape more comfortable yet it's not enough to keep the tape from sticking. I use a damp bath cloth in the morning to remove the tape.

I give this tip a thumbs up. It does work for creases that come from sleeping.

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December 30, 20150 found this helpful

I've heard people used to use tape to lift your eyebrows and face at night before going to bed.

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