Debra Lynn Dadd

Natural Face Lifts


I saw in your recent email Q&A Blog the reference to the natural face lift offering from The Face Wrap.

This got me wondering regarding what other natural, non-surgical face lift options were available on the market.

This is the year that the fine lines seem to be surfacing on my face. It is time for me to do something about it and I really want to pursue natural options.

Unfortunately, the products I have tried so far are not working.

I would love to hear from the readers regarding their successful experiences and recommendations regarding natural face lift products or services.

Many thanks in advance!



OK. I already shared my experience at HEALTH, HOME & HABITAT #153. Readers?

Debra :-)


I use the Face Wraps and have done for years and LOVE IT! At 57, I too was experiencing fine lines, wrinkles around my mouth and what I call chipmunk cheeks, that pouch that seems to grown on either side of one's jaw. After my girl friends saw how it worked on me, they all wanted a kit. It makes my skin glow and look moist. It's like giving my skin a drink of pure health. It feels better, the wrinkles around my eyes are gone and the ones around my mouth have reduces and are almost gone. I love it and recommend it every chance I get.

As a side note - I hand a swollen check from a tooth infection and I used it very day for a week along with some immune boosting supplements - the swelling went away and I still have the tooth and it's in good shape. It's very nutritious.

POSTED BY JEANNINE :: FLORIDA USA :: 09/30/2008 10:31 AM

Hello...I'm the woman who developed The Face Wrap and thought I'd take this opportunity to provide an answer to the question. The reason I came up with this product is I couldn't find what I needed for my own skin. I tried so many products and spent quite a bit of money on natural skin care. I felt my skin needed more repair than it was getting from any of the products I had tried.

I was familiar with body wraps. I had used the mineral body wrap with success to tighten my after-baby tummy, but I wanted something I could use at home in the evening. After all, I am a working mom and with kids and business I didn't (and still don't) take the time to go get a facial or visit the day spa, so a home kit fit my financial and personal time budget.

Eventually I packaged it up for resale, which is The Face Wrap kit. And I get many letters of thanks with success stories.


I have been an aesthetician for over 20 years and have tried just about everthing on the market at least once.

I have used The Facewrap on myself as well as my clients and it definitley works.

Some people are more dramatic than others. Some poeple do get a lift and it really reduces puffiness which a big problem for some. And at the very least they look refreshed and rested. Something I really need being in my 40's.

Sometimes I look tired for no real reason. Nice to be able to just throw on the face wrap to handle this if I need to look my best.

POSTED BY AMY :: FLORIDA USA :: 10/06/2008 9:20 AM

Another natural thing to try in addition to the face wrap, is Acupucnture. I've heard Acupuncturists offer natural "Facials or Facelifts" therapy. Sounds interesting to me :-). Since Acupuncture works by balancing your internal body and cleansing (like the face wrap) it might help!


I am now seriously considering using a Retin-A based product to help manage my fine lines and wrinkles. I am wondering what others experiences have been using these types of products? Should I seek full strength prescription products available from Dermatologists or the lesser strength options available from Estheticians? What other considerations should I be aware of before making this decision?


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