I can tell instantly if you are a side sleeper by those wrinkles. My Grandmother, who is in her late 70s, says not to sleep on her side and she has NO wrinkles there to prove it. I wish I had listened to her!
My wrinkles made me incredibly self-conscious, so I tried creams and all sorts of things. Nothing worked. I finally found some solutions that actually worked to get "rid" of chest wrinkles that might interest you (or someone you know).
You use the cleansing discs, then apply the Sio SkinPad, which you wear overnight, and then after removing the pad in the morning, you apply the serum to rehydrate the skin. The pad can be used over and over for about a month. You get 2 pads in each box. The skin appears smoother and it really looks like the wrinkles are gone.
Here's the system in action:
But wait! There's more! I've got another option:I also tried the Silcskin Decollette pad, which I purchased. This is one pad per pack for $28. While the Sio pad is a bit sturdier, this one is very flexible and very sticky, but a bit more comfortable to wear. The pad is clear--the backing is pink and it is reusable as well. This one seemed to not last as long as the Sio before the stickiness started to wear off. It lasted for about a month before getting losing stickiness. You wear this one overnight and then peel off in the morning.
Here's a before/after. I took an actual before picture, but I must have deleted it. I did crop this one from another picture off of my phone. The less-than-stellar phone quality doesn't blur the wrinkles, so you can imagine how bad it looked it person. And to be honest, I usually would avoid closeups in pics because of my chest, so there aren't many pictures of my décolleté to begin with. The after is an unaltered pic of my chest area. This is the shirt I am wearing in my Charleston recap post, just to prove it's me. ;)
I liked both systems for different reasons, and I really think it depends on your budget and the size of your chest. I think those with larger chests might like the Sio better. However, if you want just one step, the Silcskin might work better for you. I saw results overnight from wearing trying out these systems, and the results lasted about a month before those lines started creeping back in. I have repurchased them and continue to use them, but have been lazy about using them nightly. I had no reactions to the products. I would recommend either and am glad to have found solutions that worked for me. I'm SO happy to have that confidence back when it comes to wearing v-neck shirts or off-shoulder shirts.
Have you heard of these products before?