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Hi- Been using retin A (recently bought the highest dose from CA. but it itches badly) suncreen (constantly when I'm out)lots of good foods/vitamn, exercise-peoplethink I'm much younger-great:) Now Im in my late forties and noticing a slight crepiness under neck/tiny bit of loose skin under chin (also eye area is hollowing a little (also hands- skin is thinner) Without going under the knife is there anything I can do? Tried Thermage and have had fillers in nasial folds. Thanks- Lola K.

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Claremont, CA
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January 4, 2010 3:19 PM

How did the Thermage work for you? It should help with sagging. It won't do much for crepey skin though. Retin A can be irritating if used in higher doses, be careful with that, that (more)
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