This style of Facial Patches will assist to soften and smooth the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth (smile lines) and corners of eyes (“crow’s feet”). Designed to provide lasting results with continued use. Safely used for decades, Frownies created the patch technology in 1889.
The muscles of the face cannot move under the patch, keeping you from frowning or expressing while you sleep or any time you have the patch on.
The paper patch allows the skin to breath promoting skin restoration and repair.
By holding the crease flat and relaxed while you sleep the body can relax muscle memory.
“Crow’s feet” wrinkles around the eyes and “marionette” lines around the mouth are caused by facial expressions and dehydrated skin.
Also helps keep skin taut if your face folds and creases while you sleep.
Gently smooth out the skin and apply a moistened patch over the smoothed skin. Leave the patch on at least three hours, overnight is best. Soak the patch with water to remove.
Store in a cool and dry environment to prevent product damage.
Do not apply the patch under the eyes or inside the eye socket on the soft tissues. Do not apply over brow or in hair line.
Natural Weighted Unbleached Craft Paper, Dextrin (Corn) based adhesive.
The paper is unbleached and colored to create a specific weight. Paper can also be cut and tailored to your specific shape and needs. We have tested a variety of materials and paper is the safest and healthiest for the skin on the face. Because silicone is a common allergen, we maintain no silicones.
Dextrin-based (corn) adhesive has been proven to be hypoallergenic by decades of faithful customers, and has been used by many gluten-sensitive people. If you have sensitive skin we recommend you test the patch on your inner wrist the first night to see if your skin reacts in any way.
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