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Wrinkles on Forehead

My dad has been very impressed with the affects homeopathy is having on my acne, and he has asked me if I could get any suggestions for his wrinkles on his forehead. He has some pretty significant wrinkles. When he was younger, he was out in the sun basically all the time without sunscreen, so the wrinkles are probably "sun induced" wrinkles. Just let me know if you have any suggestions.
Sally Lue
  Sally Lue on 2006-04-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Sally Lue, my "suggestion" is to tell your dad that if he disappears his wrinkles you won't respect him any more! LOL
Daisy43 last decade
That's a great suggestion!
I'll definitely tell him that!
Thanks Daisy!
Sally Lue last decade
There are almost 32 medicines for the said problem,unless you give the details,medicine cannot be suggested.Unfortunately there is no medicine that covers the wrinkles produced by the direct sun light.Daisy43 suggestion is also good one.

sajjadakram635 last decade
What details do you need? I can give any details you want, just let me know!
Sally Lue last decade
I have already suggested Arnica 6c in the wet dose for you dad on another post in response to your query.

You may also like to request him to drink plenty of water.

Does he have dry skin ? If so a Fish oil capsule daily will help.
Joe De Livera last decade
He actually has pretty oily skin.
Sally Lue last decade
Microdermx helps acne and wrinkles.
nicole last decade

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