I’m 46 and I reversed my forehead wrinkles without Botox


A woman claimed she was able to reverse the aging process simply by using duct tape.

Olga, 46, specializes in natural skincare and revealed her secrets in a TikTok video.

Olga shared before and after photos of her transformation and explained how she did it.

Sharing a photo of her when she was 34, you could see a few fine lines starting to develop along her forehead.

She then showed up now, 12 years older, to prove that her wrinkles were gone.

Olga said many people thought she had Botox, but said she never had the treatment, preferring natural methods.

Instead, she uses a beauty technique called taping. Olga said she used Kinesio Tape, which was specially designed for this method.

She places the strip strategically on her forehead at night and it has helped reduce her wrinkles.

The method works by restricting muscle movement and improving circulation, preventing wrinkles.

Olga warns you to carefully remove the tape to make sure you don’t damage your skin by pulling on it.

It is best to wear them at night, but you can also wear the ribbon during the day.

The method works by restricting muscle movement and improving circulation, preventing wrinkles.
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She wrote in a comment that it’s best to do it a few times a week, to start with, to see results.

After that, you can just use the tape a few times a month.

Many people were impressed with the video which went viral with over two million views.

One viewer wrote, “Been wearing duct tape over my face in bed for 10 years…no forehead wrinkles yet!”

“Is that all you do?” You look so young!” Another user exclaimed.

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At 48, Olga is wrinkle-free thanks to her taping method.
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Other users didn’t seem so impressed with Olga’s taping method, one wrote: “Botox is much easier.”

“Or just live your life…and accept a change.” Another user commented.

New York Post

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