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Q: "wrinkles between eyebrows" ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: "wrinkles between eyebrows"
Category: Health > Beauty
Asked by: winterwind-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 07 Nov 2002 16:09 PST
Expires: 07 Dec 2002 16:09 PST
Question ID: 102269
How to get rid of vertical wrinkles between eyebrows without a
surgery, bottox, and pills?

Request for Question Clarification by tar_heel_v-ga on 07 Nov 2002 16:19 PST
Do you consider laser treatment as a form of surgery?


Clarification of Question by winterwind-ga on 07 Nov 2002 17:46 PST
I wouldn’t like to use laser treatment. I would like to use a cream,
or a massage, or a special diet, or something simple.
But I don’t knot what cream, if there is any.
If there is a massage, could I do it by myself, and how?

Request for Question Clarification by tar_heel_v-ga on 07 Nov 2002 17:55 PST
There are creams and various other methods that claim to get rid of
wrinkles, but I am hesitant to post them as guaranteed ways to remove
wrinkles as there isn't much, if any, medical proof.


Clarification of Question by winterwind-ga on 07 Nov 2002 18:30 PST
I am not that old to use a surgery, and I wouldn’t like to harm my health. 
Could you name creams and methods you know that claim to get rid of wrinkles?
I can try them. Maybe they will help me.
Subject: Re: "wrinkles between eyebrows"
Answered By: tox-ga on 07 Nov 2002 19:20 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
"    Vertical wrinkles appearing in this region(very common among
modern people)are a sign of accumulation of mucus and fat in the
liver, and expansion or hardening of the liver. The deeper and longer
the wrinkles are, the worse the condition is. There may be only one
wrinkle, or several. If only one or two, the liver is harder and more
rigid, with stagnation in its functions. These vertical lines have
been known as a sign of anger, and therefore the words for anger, kan
shaku , which have been used in Japan and China for centuries, are
written with two characters meaning "liver pains " , or acute disease
of the liver. These wrinkles represent not only physical disorders in
the liver and gallbladder, but also a mental tendency toward upset,
short temper and excitement  "  This may or may not apply to you but
it is an interesting quote.

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Cream is a popular choice for all
around facial anti-wrinkle treatment.  A Glycolic Acid Anti-Wrinkle
system is a popular choice these days, consisting of cleanser, toner,
eye gel, cream and bleach cream.  Another popular choice these days is
a natural ingredient treatment.  Pro-nature treatment people look for
vitamins C and E, oxygen and seed extracts (grapeseed, sunflower
seed), etc.  If you choose to take this treatment, you have to be
clear of your allergies before using the cream.

However, creams may only provide a temporary solution.  If you want a
non surgical treatment that gets to the root of the problem, you might
want to consider Collagen Replacement Therapy.  The lines are caused
by the wearing down of your skin’s natural collagen and this program
injects collagen under your skin to smooth it out.  It has been proven
to be safe but you must first take two skin tests to determine whether
you are sensitive to Collagen.  Approximately 97% of men and women
tested proved eligible for treatment.  The test takes few minutes and
the treatment takes approximately 30 minutes.
I would strongly recommend consulting a professional and asking about
the collagen program if you want an effective solution.
Best of luck,

Request for Answer Clarification by winterwind-ga on 07 Nov 2002 20:37 PST
Thank you very much for the answer.

I had hepatitis long time ago, but in a light form. So, it can be,
that I have some problem with my liver now. And also I fill upset and
unhappy often. Actually, I have not 2 wrinkles between my eyebrows.
They are 2 long deepening.

I would like to ask about Collagen Replacement Therapy, if it is a
safe procedure, and if I had a baby some day in a future, wouldn’t if
affect a baby in a future?

Clarification of Answer by tox-ga on 07 Nov 2002 21:02 PST
Since collagen is naturally occuring in your body to prevent facial
lines, it has been known to be one of the safe non-surgical procedures
and I have personally known several people who have had great success
with this procedure.
"Collagen, a naturally occurring fibrous protein found in both humans
and animals, provides structural support for bones, skin, tendons,
ligaments, and blood vessels and is the most abundant protein in the
Although it is widely known that collagen replacement therapy is safe,
you must be certain that the injection you are receiving is free of
contamination.  Over 1.5 million people have been using collagen
worldwide (bovine based collagen) and so far, there has been no cases
of things such as BSE among US cattles but is best to be safe to ask
your physician or healthcare professional which brand of injection
he/she recommends the most.  Highly purified form of bovine collagen
free of contamination is what you're looking for.  INAMED aesthetics
is a popular brand.
In the past, there has been no record of any issues with pregnancies
caused by collagen injection; once you pass the initial skin test, it
is a safe procedure.

However, ultimately, you should follow your physician/healthcare
professional's advice.

Thank you,

Request for Answer Clarification by winterwind-ga on 07 Nov 2002 21:04 PST
Could you clarify, please, about oxygen and seed extracts (grape seed,
sunflower seed). How can they be applied: externally or internally?
Are they creams?

Clarification of Answer by tox-ga on 07 Nov 2002 21:10 PST
They come in various forms such as oil, cream, etc.  Usually, they are
applied externally as oil/cream/lotion.  If you go to a spa, they will
most likely treat you with these natural creams (or you can buy
salon/spa packages that include these).  Generally, lupid extract for
lifting, wheat protein to stimulate oxygen, grapeseed for firmness and
avocado/almond for moisture.

Request for Answer Clarification by winterwind-ga on 07 Nov 2002 21:19 PST
Thank you very much.

Clarification of Answer by tox-ga on 07 Nov 2002 22:10 PST
No problem at all, glad to help.

winterwind-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $20.00
I am satisfied with the answer. Thank you.  I cannot pay more: I don’t work now.

Subject: Re: "wrinkles between eyebrows"
From: alex_p-ga on 07 Nov 2002 22:57 PST
Go to your local drugstore and purchase a product called "Frownies".
They are a packet of adhesive-backed paper that can be used
specifically for the deep wrinkles in between the eyebrows. They work
by helping train your muscles to relax.
They've been around for decades, and they really work (although it
takes a while to see results - just follow instructions on the

If you can't find them, you can order them online:


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