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Last week, I bought surgical tape at Walmart for less than $3. It's called Nexcare Flexible Clear, and the package looks like scotch tape.

It does seem to help, even if it's temporary.
Originally Posted by alacurl
With Frownies, you're supposed to massage the area you're applying it to a little to relax the line, then put it on. It's supposed eventually soften the line by sorta retraining the area - as long as you use them regularly. That's always been my problem, not to mention the fact that I evidently pull them off in my sleep half the time, LOL.

I got mine at Ulta, but I'm told they don't have them any more. Sephora has them on-line if not in their stores.
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I'm so sick of my huge frown lines - I'm 36 and look at least 46 because of it. I tried the surgical tape and had the same sort of reaction as I did to the Frownies. Anyone found anything else that works that's non-surgical?
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Last week, I bought surgical tape at Walmart for less than $3. It's called Nexcare Flexible Clear, and the package looks like scotch tape.

It does seem to help, even if it's temporary.
Originally Posted by alacurl
I tried this last night. This morning, I have a huge red rectangular where the tape was, and somehow, an extra vertical line in my skin. Not a success.
I'm so sick of my huge frown lines - I'm 36 and look at least 46 because of it. I tried the surgical tape and had the same sort of reaction as I did to the Frownies. Anyone found anything else that works that's non-surgical?
Originally Posted by pelicano
And what, may I ask, is so awful about 46???
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I'm not done complaining.

After using my usual oil cleansing method in the shower, I got out to find that despite it, I had tape GOO left all over the area between my brows, and even in my eyebrows.

Okay, I think I'm done now.
After using my usual oil cleansing method in the shower, I got out to find that despite it, I had tape GOO left all over the area between my brows, and even in my eyebrows.
Originally Posted by ninja dog
I got the goo, too, but only once. I think it was because of the product I used underneath it that particular time. But my oil cleanser took the goo right off.

FWIW for anyone else who might be interested, I use two pieces of tape in an X shape. I don't think one piece would do the trick for me. And, like auntnett said, I massage the area a little to relax the line, then apply the tape.
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And what, may I ask, is so awful about 46???
Originally Posted by rudeechick
It's pretty awful when you're 36!
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I hate looking my actual age much less 10 years older.
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