April 14, 2013

BioBliss AntiWrinkle Patch for Forehead - pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

You may be looking at the photos below and thinking "what does she have on her forehead?!!". I recently tested out the BioBliss Anti-Wrinkle Patch System, this one being for the forehead. I don't have a lot of wrinkles at all, but I do have some lines on my forehead that bother me so I wanted to give it a go. This is a one-time use treatment. Did it work? What did I think? Read my review after the photos.

Check out my pics, info, and review... click on pics to view them larger.

BioBliss Anti-Wrinkle Patch for Forehead

 




BioBliss Anti-Wrinkle Patch for Forehead Info & Review:
Cost/Availability: $25.00 (1 treatment patch) or $80 (pack of 4 treatment patches) or $120.00 (pack of 8 treatment patches). Available on the BioBliss website. They also ship these free!
My Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Kisses

Clinically proven as a safe and effective solution to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, these lightweight, ultra-thin, comfortable patches are loaded with dermatologist recommended anti-wrinkle ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, powerful peptides, essential vitamins and advanced antioxidants. Activation of this patch gently drives these ingredients from the patch to the skin.

Gentle micro-current infuses ingredients deeper into skin. Comfortable 30-minute treatment. The forehead patch targets fine lines and pesky 11's between brows.

Available for the forehead (which is featured in this blog post) and for the eyes to target crows feet and under-eye areas.

Seeing as how I'm only going on 29 years old, I don't have a ton of wrinkles but on my forehead I do have one or two fine lines that stand out to me going across my forehead; I call them the bacon lines, lol. You are supposed to use these weekly, but I only tried it once and not sure this is a product for me but it may be something wonderful for you. Let me explain my experience with it.

First, the patch didn't fit my forehead properly. I couldn't get all the edges flat, like you're supposed to do, so I used a headband/headwrap to put around it to make it tighter to my skin. I felt that made the difference it making the most contact with my skin. You don't really feel anything from the micro current, which I was a little worried about before using this but honestly it doesn't feel like anything at all.

I left this on for 30 minutes and took it off. I had two huge red marks where the circle parts are (I guess the micro current conductors or whatever you want to call them), and I could still see the lines in my forehead that I had wanted to target - HOWEVER - they deep appear reduced in size so I will say it worked but on me it didn't make a huge difference after just one treatment. I feel these would work better if you use them regularly.

To sum it up, I think this is a neat product to use to target fine lines and wrinkles but I don't think it's a product specifically for me - at least not the forehead patch. I may give the eye patches a try and see how they work. I do think these would be a great addition to do as a skin prep before a big event - like a wedding or if you're going on vacation and just want to look your best - just use the night before or a few hours before you do your makeup so any red marks or redness you may experience will go away.

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of this product? Is this something you would try out? Discuss in the comments below.

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