FROWNIES were created in 1889 to soften the appearance of expression lines. Margaret Kroesen discovered her daughter Alice, a concert pianist, had developed unsightly frown lines. FROWNIES, the ORIGINAL wrinkle-smoothing patch (sometimes called wrinkle tape, wrinkle stickers or wrinkle smoothers) have been worn at night to smooth and soften expression lines for generations!
The secret to smoothing wrinkles with facial patches was a well-kept beauty secret between Broadway + Hollywood stars and makeup artists for generations. From this rich history until today, FROWNIES stand the test of time by effectively reducing signs of aging by minimizing expression lines.
History of FROWNIES
Following in her mother and grandmother’s footsteps, Margaret Wright in the 1960's re-designed and updated packaging for FROWNIES, never altering the formula which had proven so effective and passed the wrinkle treatment legacy on to her family.
The current President, Kat Wright, of FROWNIES is a Naturopath, Yoga Instructor and wellness educator. Kat is the fourth generation to carry this family-owned and operated commitment to other women, the FROWNIES legacy continues with Kat’s three daughters Helen, Sally and Maggie and numerous women around the world who continue to share the secret of wrinkle-smoothing facial patches. The Wright family's goal is to inspire women to excellence and bring their commitment for well-being to every customer.
In its current inspiration, FROWNIES skincare line carries the energy and strength of Kat's commitment to natural and organic ingredients offering only the best for women. For more information, watch the family discuss the enduring success of FROWNIES Facial Patches and get other health and wellness tips on YouTube.
FROWNIES in the Media
Many trend-setting women’s magazine publications have endorsed FROWNIES!
Good Housekeeping magazine named FROWNIES “The Easiest Wrinkle Reducer” and notable actress Renee Russo uses FROWNIES to keep her forehead lines under control. Over the years FROWNIES wrinkle-reducing patches have been mentioned in numerous women’s magazines,
O,the Oprah Magazine
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