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How Much Do You Know about Wrinkles?

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-EHFAR-

3/12/2015 7:29:13 PM

I did learn a little something. I also chuckled when I saw the tanning bed guy wearing walking shorts and socks! Cracked me u=)

IQBALBADAR

2/26/2015 5:51:21 AM

I will continue laughing

ANIRISHPUP

9/3/2014 8:32:13 AM

Wow. I spend a disgusting amount of money on RoC products for my face - which has wrinkles - and it's disappointing to know that they don't correct except for the amount of time the cream/serum is being used. I would have liked to know if there is a way to reverse the signs of aging and correct wrinkles once they appear.

KHALIA2

6/28/2014 11:54:04 AM

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Even though smiling causes wrinkles, it is so much nicer to smile.

RENIESSPARKIN

5/31/2014 4:28:33 PM

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I learned a lot. Thanks for sharing. I think I'll keep smiling anyway! :D

GADGETCC

5/19/2014 6:24:08 AM

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Ouch! I didn't do so good. I learned a lot from that video. Although don't forget to get your vitamin D in before putting on the sunscreen!

Thanks for the great video!

SIOL55

5/13/2014 10:13:43 AM

Thanks for the info.

MATTALMOM

5/9/2014 10:15:24 PM

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I'm proud of my laugh lines!

LINDSAYTM

5/7/2014 3:08:16 PM

I got some of the questions right, but not all of them

SIOL55

4/6/2014 8:53:35 AM

Going to go out and buy a hat today.

GENESIS2012

4/4/2014 12:17:32 PM

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Wow - I'm doomed! Live in AZ, sleep on my side and laugh and smile all the time! Oh well, I'll be wrinkled but happy!

KHALIA2

3/11/2014 3:03:29 PM

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I did learn something new. I was surprised to learn that smiling causes more wrinkles.
For years, I thought that it was the other way around. Smiling is much more nicer than frowning.

POBOX360

2/18/2014 12:09:46 AM

Being form AZ, I have learned to use sunscreen everyday. I also have found some plus sized shirts at Columbia Sports that are long sleeved and have SPF of 35 + built into the fabric. They fit well and are flattering. Wide brimmed hats are also a must!

Love Oil of Olay 15 SPF creme for work days, child's sport SPF's work well on sensitive skin when out all day.

Learned some new things to try!

DESERTDREAMERS

2/17/2014 9:50:30 PM

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I live in a sunny, dry state (New Mexico). Unfortunately, I'm allergic to most of the sun blocks out there. I've found a few of SPF 15 to 20, but if I try an SPF 30 of the same brand, I get an itchy strawberry rash wherever I put it - and it takes 3 days to develop the rash. I generally just wear a big floppy gardener's hat, a T and short with sandals - and after showering, I grease up with coconut oil mixed with shea butter. So far, so good. Don't smoke, use tanning beds, and am a back sleeper.

AMINACHRISTINA

2/11/2014 4:30:35 PM

Born in Australia in the early 1950s, I spent most of my teenage summers lying on the sand on beaches trying to get as deep a tan as possible, as did everyone else in those times. It wasn't public knowledge that sun is a major cause of skin cancer way back then, and as for wrinkles, well, I never thought so far into the future.. unfortunately.

To date I've been blessed not to have skin cancer, but I can't say the same about wrinkles.

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