My wrinkles and fine lines make me look very tired, would collagen injections help?

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Published on Feb 01, 2017

Collagen injections and other fillers can help with fine lines and give you a more refreshed and youthful look. I would recommend setting up a consultation with your local cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist.

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Collagen injections and other fillers can help with fine lines and give you a more refreshed and youthful look. I would recommend setting up a consultation with your local cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Forever Young MedSpa

Published on Dec 17, 2014

Collagen does help with fine lines and wrinkles. Fillers made from hyaluronic acid contain something your body naturally produces, which is used for producing your natural collagen and also plump the skin up. This makes fine lines and wrinkles diminish.

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Answered by Forever Young MedSpa

Collagen does help with fine lines and wrinkles. Fillers made from hyaluronic acid contain something your body naturally produces, which is used for producing your natural collagen and also plump the skin up. This makes fine lines and wrinkles diminish.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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