Is there a solution for lines on the chest?

Hi, I have vertical lines on my chest from sleeping on my side. My question is how to prevent this from continuing on and how to fix what has been caused from sleeping like that in the past. Thanks so much! karen

Okay so I have to do a bit of guessing here.  I’m guessing you’re over 40 and have some sun damage on your chest.  Without seeing you, it’s a bit tough.  You’ll need to have a good cosmetic dermatologist look at you.  (Okay, I promise to update and add more names to our dermatologist recommendations by region soon!)  Sometimes a few drops of Botox in them will help.  Sometimes more extensive laser work is needed either with multiple Fraxels or 1 or 2 fractionated carbon dioxide treatments – for example the SmartXide DOT would be good.  Dr. I

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