CBS2 New York: August 2, 2015
Women and some men will try just about anything that promises younger looking skin. The latest craze targets problem spots and promises a youthful glow — with a simple beauty patch.
– By Dana Tyler.
Diane Walder MD Blog: August 26, 2014
There are a lot of so-called “secrets” to preventing wrinkles, most of which have no chance of actually working. Face-taping is not a new anti-aging technique, but it persists as a theoretically possible way to help treat wrinkles temporarily. So what’s the story? Should you forget the Botox and stick some Scotch Tape on your frown lines?
– By Diane Walder MD.
New York Magazine: April 9, 2013
Using adhesive to temporarily smooth, tighten, and lift the skin is one of Hollywood’s oldest secrets. Marlene Dietrich and Joan Crawford both used surgical tape (deftly hidden under wigs) to pull their faces taut, both on film and in real life.
– By Gina Way
Yahoo Beauty News: February 5, 2015
Even guys don’t like wrinkles. The latex-free, hypoallergenic, and non-invasive face patches are made to fight crow’s feet and nose-to-mouth lines within a few hours.
– By Yahoo Beauty
Alternet: August 24, 2015
Cosmetic surgeons are reporting that more women are developing the dreaded “computer face,” a combination of permanent frown lines, wrinkles around the eyes from squinting, jowls (jowls!) and double necks from looking down for long periods of time.
– By Janet Allon
Toute Nuit Press Releases
Press Release December 3, 2015
Can long-term use of concentrating and squinting at small electronic screens be a cause of facial wrinkles? Ms. Mimiko, a trained skin care products professional, not only believes this is true, but has developed an anti-wrinkle defense system to help prevent and reverse the effects of this harmful trend.