No, it does not! Guinot has a lip care product that helps a little but it's not sold at Sephora.
I'm 47, was a smoker, have some deep creases and it only temporarily plumps my lip/area. I haven't noticed a significant change.
answered 8 months ago
(Baton Rouge, LA)
I am 60, have used this daily for 2 years, and have seen a great improvement in the lines. I smoked for 20 years, so I have my share of wrinkles.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
I am using this product twice a day and think it helped the finer vertical lip line closer to my nose over the past month of use. What has helped me the most is 2 weeks ago I started dermarolling w/1.5 mm (will repeat once every 6 weeks w/1.5 mm). While my skin was a blotchy red for 3 days after, my lips and upper lips were so plump and smoothed out, it looked like they had been injected with filler! Dermarolling causes microinjuries which stimulate your own collagen regeneration. The peptides in this product also stimulate collagen, but not as deep as w/dermarolling (I waited a few days after the 1.5mm rolling before re-starting this product). I am going to start rolling w/0.5mm between the 6 week 1.5mm rolling. Go to owndoc dot com for instructions. I feel like I can do something about these awful lip lines that make me feel bad about my appearance. I am not associated with owndoc, just a happy customer and follower! Good luck!
P.S. I am 53 and wrinkles started getting bad around age 50, and got worse more recently.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
No. This product will not take care of those lines. I would recommend the Firm X line by Peter Thomas Roth, Cliniques firming serum, a product suited for that from the SK- line and definately buy a mask that has Glycolic or some other acid in it, and a daily exfoliant. A good serum, exfolliater, and once a week mask will help those lines tremendously.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
(White Pine, Mi)
I just listed a more detailed 4 star comment for the lines above the lips. The un-wrinkle lip does a really good job of diminishing the lines above the lips.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
I am 64. It is worth trying - the small size isn't too expensive. My lines seem a little less definite after using one bottle.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
(Pierce City, MO)
No, sorry! I would recommend trying something else, this did absolutely nothing for me. An expensive lip balm (and not even a very good one)