I Tried These SiO Beauty Wrinkle Patches to Ban Fine Lines From My Face and Neck

I put these reusable SiO Beauty wrinkle patches to the test to help minimize the fine lines and wrinkles on my face, neck and chest.

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I’m a woman of a certain age—43, to be exact—and I’ve definitely started noticing some wrinkles where none existed before. We’re talking the 11s (well, more like a 1 right now, but still), plus my forehead, eyes and neck. I have stayed away from Botox up until this point. Not because I’m against it, but because I’m trying to wait until I turn 45 to start. In the meantime, I’m after any product or device that may help diminish the appearance of my lines, be it serum, moisturizer or, in this case, wrinkle patches from SiO Beauty.

Anything that makes it look like I’m drinking from the Fountain of Youth is OK by me, so trying out different wrinkle patches is definitely right up my alley. Since SiO Beauty has a myriad of wrinkle patches available to tackle different wrinkle areas, I was beyond excited to check them out. My grooves aren’t super deep, but they are still noticeable, especially when I compare photos of myself from now to about ten years ago. I put a few different SiO Beauty anti-wrinkle patches to the test over multiple days to see whether they would do the trick.

What are the SiO Beauty wrinkle patches?

Sio Beauty Wrinkle PatchesCourtesy Jamie Allison Sanders

First, let’s start with what wrinkle patches are in general. “Wrinkle patches are similar to pimple patches. They are much larger in size and designed to restrict muscle movement in areas where expression lines form,” says Dr. Geeta Yadav, board-certified dermatologist and founder of FACET Dermatology.

The SiO Beauty wrinkle patches are one such form of these patches, which work to help reduce the look of fine lines and creases. They’re made out of reusable silicone that sticks onto various areas of the skin. They help visibly smooth wrinkles and leave behind a fresh, glowing appearance. They should be used on clean, dry skin, so be sure to use them before applying any face serum, lotion, neck cream, eye cream or mask.

Each wrinkle patch is designed in a unique silhouette that’s meant to fit the feature it’s working toward anti-wrinkling, as it were. For example, the Mid-BrowLift Patch is designed in a T-shape that fits over the middle of the brow and down between the brows onto the top of the nose.

Subsequently, the ChestLift Patch features a larger circle at the top that narrows through the cleavage and attaches below the breasts with a smaller circle. I like that each patch has such a different design, which makes me feel like they really are made for the wrinkle areas they’re working to diminish whether that be your face or neck.


SiO Beauty Wrinkle Patches

These range from chest patches to eyebrow patches and minimize fine lines.

SiO wrinkle patches features

Each SiO Beauty wrinkle patch is designed in soft, sleek, medical-grade silicone. These dermatologist-approved anti-wrinkle patches are also hypoallergenic, which I appreciate since I have very sensitive skin. They help to hydrate the skin (which, as a moisturizer-obsessed beauty writer, I absolutely love), while also working to remove the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

SiO Beauty recommends wearing them for a few hours during the day or even overnight while sleeping. You decide the length of time while using them. “When worn overnight, silicone patches have an occlusive effect that helps trap in moisture, revealing a more hydrated skin texture after usage,” says Melanie Palm, MD, board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon at Art of Skin MD.

The most interesting feature of these patches, though, is the fact that they’re reusable. Each package contains one or two reusable patches for each body part. As someone who has more than a mild obsession with sheet masks, I’m used to putting one on my face for 15-20 minutes and then tossing it in the trash. I love that these wrinkle patches are reusable up to 10 times and will continue sticking to the skin each time.

I must admit I was curious to see if the patches stuck not only the first time I used them but also on subsequent uses, especially since you store them in between applications by sticking them to an included paper card. Well, color me surprised because no matter which patch I tried, it stuck on just fine every time I took it off its card and placed it on my skin. You can also wet them down with water and then stick them onto the skin on subsequent uses, but I never needed to do that.

  • Medical-grade silicone
  • Dermatologist-approved
  • Every wrinkle patch is clinically tested
  • Designed in unique silhouettes that fit each body part
  • Packages contain 1-2 patches
  • Reusable up to 10 times
  • Easily stored between uses
  • Wear for a few hours at a time or overnight

How I tested them

Sio Beauty Wrinkle Patches Before and After ResultsCourtesy Jamie Allison Sanders

For my review of the SiO Beauty wrinkle patches, I wore them over multiple days. Because of my aforementioned sensitive skin, I was wary of wearing them overnight or even for more than two or three hours at a time. The last thing I want is to develop a rash or other sensitivity. I tested the 11s (glabellar lines between the brows), chest, brow and neck patches, all during long stretches at home.

I usually paired my testing time with bingeing a show, like “Below Deck Down Under”—a few episodes of that, and I was ready to remove the patches and see whether they’d worked any wrinkle-removing miracles. On subsequent uses, it was a bit tough to remove them from their cards, but I appreciated that they never lost their stick.

I assumed I would be extremely conscious of these patches on my skin the entire time I wore them, but that wasn’t the case at all. Aside from the eye patches, which I could feel underneath my glasses, the other ones felt like they were part of my skin. I also did not experience any irritation from the patches, aside from the neck patch—which, if I’m being honest, was difficult to wear without feeling like I was choking. They also somehow made my wrinkles look more noticeable after being removed than they had before. (Luckily, this side effect was pretty brief.)

I was most impressed by the Brow and Mid-Brow patches. I really could see a difference after using these two different forehead wrinkle patches. My lines seemed less noticeable, and the results lasted longer each time. My 11s were so significantly reduced even after the first application, I actually said “Wow” out loud to my reflection.

Sio Beauty Wrinkle Patches TestingCourtesy Jamie Allison Sanders


  • Reusable
  • Comfortable
  • Reduced the appearance of wrinkles
  • No irritation
  • Affordable


  • Each patch is only designed in one size, so they might not fit the face or body correctly. (The brow patch is on the larger side for me and hits my hairline on either side.)
  • Results are temporary. I noticed a reduction in my wrinkles for a few hours at a time, but definitely needed to keep using the patches.


Sio Beauty Wrinkle PatchesCourtesy Jamie Allison Sanders

Do wrinkle patches actually work?

In my experience, yes. I had more success with some parts of my body than others—the 11s and brow had the best results. Overall, the SiO Beauty wrinkle patches make a difference in the appearance of wrinkles. While you may also incorporate other ways to reduce wrinkles into your routine, wrinkle patches are one way to help. However, according to Yadav, results may be temporary.

“Silicone patches are most effective because they help the skin hold water, which plumps up lines. But because you do remove them, they won’t have a lasting effect,” she says. “Since you are only wearing wrinkle patches for several hours a day, skin is still able to crease and fold. The wrinkles will not fade significantly, only minimally.”

How long does it take for wrinkle patches to work?

SiO Beauty says their patches work on the first try. While I did notice some immediate reduction in wrinkles, this was not the case for every area I tested. “Most people see a pretty immediate improvement in skin hydration after using silicone patches overnight, which is why they’re excellent for using the night before or several days leading up to a big event,” Palm says. “Keep in mind wrinkle patches only do so much in the short-term, so don’t expect these to minimize the appearance of other signs of aging, like discoloration or sagging skin.”

If you do choose to use wrinkle patches, incorporate them into your skincare routine frequently to continue to see results.

How often should you use wrinkle patches?

Use SiO Beauty wrinkle patches daily. However, it depends on your specific fine lines and wrinkles and the results you are hoping to achieve. “Of the wrinkle patches available, I would say that SiO is the most promising because of the material from which they’re made,” says Yadav.

Palm also cautions that while silicone patches are safe to use nightly, their occlusive nature may increase breakouts. “It’s important to patch test wrinkle patches first before using them overnight, as the adhesive on the back of the patch sometimes causes an allergic reaction,” she recommends.

What other reviewers have to say

“I’ve had one of my two 11 lines for years now. The second one is starting to creep through this year,” begins reviewer Briana of the Mid-BrowLift patches. “Sunscreen, hats, moisturizing, gua sha—I’ve been trying everything to reduce the appearance of the lines but have really only been maintaining where they currently are rather than seeing them less. I was skeptical but decided to try these patches and my goodness. Two nights wearing them to sleep and there’s a definite visible reduction in the lines. My jaw dropped when I saw them this morning. 100% adding this to my nightly routine.”

Another reviewer tested the chest patches with similar results. “I’m a 42-year-old side sleeper and out of nowhere noticed my chest changing (darkening and leather looking and bumpy when at the beach, and wrinkles every morning),” says Susie J. “After the first night of using, huge difference. No wrinkles, more plump and skin is even starting the lighten up from the sun damage.”

Reviewer Glenda R. loves wearing the patches overnight. She loves “how smooth my frown and smile lines look the next morning,” she says.

Final verdict

I was pleasantly surprised by these SiO Beauty wrinkle patches. While I thought some worked better than others, overall, I saw some encouraging results, especially on my 11s and forehead. I liked that the patches were easy to apply and that I got multiple uses out of each one. They also weren’t irritating while I wore them. I would definitely incorporate them into my regular skincare routine like a serum or moisturizer to see if the results continue to lengthen over time.

Where to buy the SiO Beauty wrinkle patches


SiO Beauty Wrinkle Patches

These range from chest patches to eyebrow patches and minimize fine lines.

Buy the SiO Beauty wrinkle patches on SiO Beauty’s website. The SiO FaceLift is $49.99, SiO ChestLift is $34.99 and SiO Mid-BrowLift is $29.99. Also, find them on Amazon and other retailers. If, like me, you’re looking for a way to stave off Botox for a few more years, these wrinkle patches are about to be your new best friend.

About the experts

  • Dr. Geeta Yadav: Dr. Geeta Yadav, MD is a board-certified dermatologist in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She trained at the University of Toronto, Johns Hopkins and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. She is the founder of Facet Dermatology, and she has been quoted in numerous publications including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Allure, Vanity Fair and Cosmopolitan.
  • Dr. Melanie Palm: Dr. Melanie Palm, MD is a board-certified dermatologist in San Diego. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She also graduated with high distinction from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and the Booth Graduate School of Business. Palm is the founder of Art of Skin MD, an affiliate staff physician at Scripps Encinitas Memorial Hospital and an assistant clinical professor at the University of California, San Diego.

Jamie Allison Sanders
I'm an LA-based writer specializing in fashion, beauty and lifestyle content. My work has appeared in InStyle, Well+Good, StyleCaster, PopSugar, Allure, Shape, Insider, Today.com, MindBodyGreen and The Kitchn. I'm also the Founder of The Beauty of Life, which I started in January 2007. When I'm not working, you can find me exploring LA's bar and restaurant scene, cultivating my obsessions of bold nail polish and skincare products, and traveling.