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Does a new “crease release” product get rid of the vertical lines on your face in just minutes? The Doctors put it to the test!
Michele and Jennifer, who are both frustrated with the lines in their faces, meet with dermatologist Dr. William Schweitzer. He gives them injections that he says will soften lines and improve the skin's texture. He performs approximately 100 to 120 microdroplet injections into each cheek. Dr. Schweitzer says the results will last for a few months.
So was the procedure effective according to Michele and Jennifer? They both say they like the results and would get the injections again in the future. As for the cost of the procedure, Dr. Schweitzer says it can range from $900 to $1400.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra says this procedure should only be performed by a board-certified dermatologist.