In the quest for perfect skin that seems to be immune to aging, there’s almost always a little help needed to achieve it. Often, assistance comes in the form of a needle or scalpel, which helps to turn back the hands of time. For years, women (and men) have looked to the wrinkle-reducing and age-reversing effects of Botox simply because it works.
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We recently caught wind of a super lightweight cream from Sothys that claims to draw out the length of Botox. Its Bx Wrinkle Corrector ($120), which the company says keeps flying off shelves, contains a peptide solution that helps to limit the muscle contractions that cause lines to appear in the first place—kind of like how Botox works. When used in conjunction with Botox (you can apply it the day of your injections), the cream purportedly improves the effect of the toxin and prolongs it, too so that your skin stays smoother for longer.