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#91 MrCrispr

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Posted 29 February 2020 - 03:44 PM

The Dasatinib concoction posted by sthira sounded promising.  Any updates on that or anyone else that has tried it? 


Just my take on facial aging, in the long run (past age 55), it boils down to facial structure.  The amount and integrity of connective tissue and fat in the face plus bone structure.  Gravity will take its toll on the supportive ligaments and the dramatic effect of an aged face becomes starkly evident.  Your lucky if you have good (like Swedes) bone structure, high cheek bones, prominent mandibular profile, as it offsets the deflated look of an older face.  Given that one could wear this from their teens to old age and probably look great:  http://www.jobst-usa...ight-garments. Further, check out some of the YouT videos on deep plane facelifts to see the reason why supplements and creams will do little for you in the end.

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#92 al3x

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Posted 29 February 2020 - 11:07 PM

I think face massage helps to not build lymph in certain parts of the face like above the eyes which would eventually lower them, or like in the cheeks which would make them drop. I found the one by Tanaka https://www.youtube....h?v=LrceQS7qdaI and the one by Lisa Eldridge https://www.youtube....h?v=CdkgqXBXprY most effective and complete. I found it very pleasant and helping to keep a mineral water like avene or la roche in the fridge and spray on the face - the skin tightens and feels more relaxed.

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#93 al3x

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Posted 29 February 2020 - 11:13 PM

Now reading about the deep plane face lift i think it helps keeping the face relaxed as much as possible.

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