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Skin Care Review: L'Oreal Collagen Filler

by Anonymous


I use it primarily on my lips. It smoothes out the wrinkles and my lips appear fuller.

The effect doesn't last long if food is eaten.

I have been using L'Oreal's wrinkle de-crease collagen filler to improve the skin texture and the appearance of fullness on my lips. A small amount of the product seems to change the appearance of wrinkles/lines on my lips almost immediately. the product does not really have a flavor so it is easy to use. I often apply it to my lips before using any other lip product. I think it was designed to use any where on the face but I saw most of the benefits on my lips. To keep the illusion one would have to apply it throughout the day.

I would recommend this product for immediate but not long lasting results.

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