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    Default Surgical tape for wrinkles

    have anyone used surgical tape for wrinkles treatment ? i had some wrinkle lines on my face and i would like to try this surgical tape but how it is done..any suggestions

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    its an non surgical,non-invasive methods where Perforated surgical tape is used.It is directly applied to wrinkles area of your face or to lift up eyebrow or smile lines.Its not a permanent solution thought,you might need several treatment if you want to maintain regular beautiful skin.

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    How long do you need to use the tape everyday? It sounds like a plan. I might try this but I don't need any wrinkle removal products yet. I've heard of how some people put a tape on their eye lids to deepen the crease and it works! I think both procedures are based on the same scientific foundations so the surgical tape approach should work as well.

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    The adhesive on the duct tape can rip your skin off especially if you leave it overnight! be aware of it.

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    i think they mean surgical tape like paper or hyper allergenic tape. i don't think i would want to put duct tape on any part of my body. but even the adhesive on paper tape can sometimes irritate some types of skin so i would try a test patch first.

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    There are a number of surgical procedures that can treat wrinkles.

    1.Tissue augmentation uses fillers to plump out wrinkles.

    2.Botox and other anti-wrinkle injections are toxins that are injected into the facial muscles to relax wrinkles.

    Other than these some of the nutritional supplements that are thought to be good in the prevention and treatment of wrinkles.

    1.Vitamin E.
    2.Green tea.
    3.Folic acid.

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    What?! You mean that you use surgical tape to pull your wrinkles flat?!? That sounds crazy to me. Or am I totally missing the point?

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    yea many peoples use surgical tape to remove wrinkle i'm not sure how it works cause i haven't applied. just asking for suggestion with those peoples that have used.

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    I use surgical tape it works! Was starting to get lines in between my brows and now they are gone

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    i don't think it will tear off your face if you use it wisely.Many peoples are using.
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