Physical Health

5 best Facial Patches for Wrinkles

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words by: Natasha Marsh
Sep 15, 2020

I don’t know about you but with the increased downtime, I’ve been very aware of what my face looks like. I’ve been noticing the bags under my eyes and my laugh lines. To that extent, I’ve started a face regimen and what I’m learning is: it’s never too early to start caring for your face and taking preventative steps to aging poorly. Speaking of aging – wrinkles are something we must discuss. Wrinkles can sneak up on you, no matter your age. So it’s highly important to have items that can treat wrinkles and minimize the appearance of them from showing. To do this, we recommend wrinkle patches. The best part about these patches is they aren’t painful or expensive. 


Dr. Jart + Focuspot Line & Wrinkle Micro Tip Patch ($18)

Known to improve wrinkles within two hours, these patches are filled with Vitamin E and pesticides to absorb deep layers of the skin and soften stubborn fine lines. 


Peace Out Microneedling Anti-Wrinkle Retinol Patches ($28)

This one is a little more intense but can still be done at home. This six pack of patches punctures the skin to let the retinol, Vitamin C and peptides enter the skin and work their magic. It’s gluten free and helps with crow’s feet, smile lines, and forehead wrinkles. 


Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Ferulic + Retinol Wrinkle Recovery Peel ($88)

The recovery wrinkle peel works overnight and you’ll feel and see a noticeable decrease of wrinkles and fine lines. 


Frownies Facial Pads ($19.95)

Frownies has been around since 1888, it is the OG of the wrinkle industry. It targets the lines on the forehead and between the eyes for youthful-looking skin by morning. 


Men’s Eye Wrinkle Patches ($28.50)

Wrinkles Schminkles is a favorite of ours. Wrinkles under the eyes are caused by natural aging, tiredness or poor sleeping positions. The silicone patch hugs the skin under and around the eyes, preventing skin from creasing or wrinkling, while simultaneously hydrating the skin and stimulating blood flow.