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How Much Do You Know about Wrinkles?

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  • 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. - 9/3/2014 8:32:13 AM
  • Even though smiling causes wrinkles, it is so much nicer to smile. - 6/28/2014 11:54:04 AM
  • I learned a lot. Thanks for sharing. I think I'll keep smiling anyway! :D
    - 5/31/2014 4:28:33 PM
  • 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! - 5/19/2014 6:24:08 AM
  • Thanks for the info. - 5/13/2014 10:13:43 AM
  • I'm proud of my laugh lines! - 5/9/2014 10:15:24 PM
  • I got some of the questions right, but not all of them - 5/7/2014 3:08:16 PM
  • Going to go out and buy a hat today. - 4/6/2014 8:53:35 AM
  • 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! - 4/4/2014 12:17:32 PM
  • 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. - 3/11/2014 3:03:29 PM
  • 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!

    - 2/18/2014 12:09:46 AM
  • 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. - 2/17/2014 9:50:30 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. - 2/11/2014 4:30:35 PM
  • My 89 year old mother has always been progressively ahead of time, minimal sun on your face, and never wash your face with soap, use warm, then cold water with hands only, don't sleep with makeup on, and get enough sleep...to this I have added an eye cream since age 20. My mother is a homemaker with limited formal education. Her wisdom is amazing.
    She has no wrinkles, just a few smile creases, and 3 daughters who adore her.
    To this, I have added an eye cream, starting at age 20. - 1/21/2014 5:21:18 PM
  • I did learn a new fact but will keep smiling any way! - 9/17/2013 6:40:38 AM