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Has anybody had any success with it?
 

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Originally Posted by Young Scrappy
Has anybody had any success with it?

My wife loves the stuff. It really did fill in her wrinkles, and it avoids more invasive procedures (ie, scalpel). Of course, she looked bruised and swollen for a week and it does wear off after a year or two. I only got bruised from the bill!
 

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Yes, I like it. I used it in between my brows because Botox wouldn't do what I needed it too. I don't have a line in the middle of them, but more like 2 'dents' and the restylane filled them in perfectly. I've had it only about 6 weeks, they say it lasts 6 months to a year, I'll keep u posted. If you have it placed where there is very little movement (or combined w/ Botox), you will have longer lasting results. I had no bruising.
 

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Did you ever need a touch up or did the nurse suggest a touch-up after a few weeks?
 

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Yes, they told me to come back in 2 weeks (from the time I had it initially) to check out the smoothness; we agreed that it looked good at the time and left it as is. With all the money I saved, I had another little procedure instead
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! I'll probably get a little touch-up in my glabella after Christmas with the Restylane.
 

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RestyLane:
Sounds like a "Retirement Community" of seniors in mobile homes somewhere in the deep unexplored heart of Florida
 

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