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Old 09-29-2009, 05:59 PM   #1
 
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Question How To Get Rid of Marionette Lines?

Does anyone on this plastic surgery message board know the best ways to get rid of marionette lines? These are so embarrassing because I'm not even that old but I think drinking and smoking made them worse for me. Do any of the topical creams work or will I need to go a more drastic route and get injections and deep wrinkle filler instead? I have looked everywhere about marionette lines and how to treat them but I would love to hear opinions from a forum as to what has worked the best.


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Old 09-30-2009, 02:32 PM   #2
 
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I too, have the same issue, and yes, it is worsened due to drinking and smoking. A friend of mine got injections, which were both expensive and painful ... oh, and results were very temporary (less than four months). I got a cream called Freeze 24/7. They have a whole skin regimen (eyes, face, wash, etc.). It works for a few hours, but it's great if you're going out or planning on being in photos. It's expensive but a lot cheaper and less painful than injections! Good luck to you!!!

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