Concentrate! Serum! Amen!
At the age of 25, I have finally discovered the secret to normal and shallow looking nasalobial creases. Another thing, this year was also the realisation year that I have a side of chin dimple/dent thing. I think I know what you’re thinking: “WTF?” It’s okay, because upon looking at thyself in the mirror of all things – I thought the same. How had I not noticed this? Probably because I don’t smile at myself in the mirror like a demented person.
So, anyway, yeah – I found this out by looking at a year or two old image of myself. I was smiling alongside my work colleagues and there it was, very vague, but definitely a chin dimple/dent thingamajig. I know it’s nowhere near as noticeable as John Travolta’s bottom centre one but it’s still there… Weird, huh?
Back to Kiehl’s, I love Kiehl’s – they saved my skin’s life once (acne) and they did it again (nasalobial crease). I might not smile into mirrors, but I definitely smile in life – a lot. If there was a smile-ometre counting how many times I smiled per day, we’re looking at somewhere in the region of 24million (a mil for every hour). So, when I first laid eyes on this concentrated formula brought to us by Kiehl’s, I had to do that thing whereby I BUY IT!
I’m not going to lie, it isnt cheap… But, it’s cheaper and less painful than Botox, so I’ll take it. It’s also natural.
Wow. I can actually say that use after use, my nasalobials look reduced and filled in. To be honest, my nasalobials don’t bother me when I’m smiling because they aren’t noticeable. It’s just when I don’t. When I don’t smile, that’s when they look like a crack in the foundation of the cement of the pavement you walk on. Imagine that, but on my face. Nice.
Moving on (like Theresa May does in fields of Barley when she’s feeling like unleashing her inner #ThugLyf to them farmer lads), if you’re feeling self conscious about fine lines or wrinkles, buy yourself some Kiehl’s Powerful Strength Line Reducing Concentrate. It works.
The formula: white liquid, dries clear. The scent: fresh but medicinal-ish? The look: a cute brown bottle.
Size: 50mls cost me £50… That’s literally a pound a ml. Then again, Botox would cost you £300+ for a syringe… Choice is yours.