This primer will slightly smooth fine lines. I find that it does NOT settle into fine lines or accentuate them. However, I would first address the fine lines / wrinkles w/ proper skincare for dry or aging skin. This is the best way to assure the smoothest application possible & to prevent more lines.
If you're under 40, you could remedy fine lines fairly easily. I'm 50 & I haven't found any miracle cures (but I was lucky enough to have fairly good genes). I find the Kinerase & Dr. Peter Thomas Roth skincare lines to be pretty good. Exfoliate, cleanse, feed w/ serum, moisturize (more intense for overnight), and most importantly sun block. Overnight lip emolient is a must for lines around mouth & dry lips. I'm not sure how true it is, but I stick to one line at a time because the ingredients for various products (serum, creams, etc.) are suppose to work better together that way.
What makes this primer different is that it is not greasy, light weight & absorbs quickly. I don't count on it for skincare -- just to provide a smooth canvas for foundation. If you want to fill in lines, they do make wrinkle fillers & temporary skin tightening gel/cream, but this primer is not one of them. The fillers can rub off like eraser shavings if not applied/set correctly or if the quality is poor. I think quality skincare is the best solution. Hope this helps. :)
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
(San Gabriel, CA)