Anti-Aging Talk

I’ve been doing research into the anti-aging remedies that are available. This is only because the cosmetic/anti-aging industry has ads plastered all over. After reading the details of some methods….I’ll take my wrinkles and scars, thank you.

Sanding my skin? Gag me. Or.. Having my skin vacuumed? Spare me. Or, the worse (in my opinion)…having injections of botox to puff up my face? Have you seen some of those puffer fish lips? Or, faces unable to smile? (I don’t like needles, no way shape or form).

Cosmetic remedies are not usually medically necessary. They are more than likely vanity oriented. They work quite well for some people. Whatever floats their boat. My question: What’s wrong with growing old? It’s better than the alternative. Why have we become such an anti-aging culture?

Oh wait…who was that wrinkled lady looking back at me in the makeup mirror? Where’d those wrinkles come from? Those “elevens” between the eyebrows? And others…They snuck up on her. Where did the time go? (P.S. Don’t ever use a magnified makeup mirror).

More research needed.

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  4. Thanks for the great post. I am 50 and I believe in aging gracefully.I am not bothered about my wrinkles or my graying hair though I did use hair colour a few years ago, when I had a 9-5 job. But the sad part is that I have a teenage daughter who feels that when all her friends’ mothers are looking young with black colored hair and make up why shouldn’t I do the same thing? I am in a dilemma. So for a few special occasions, I color my hair, but then I feel so dishonest with myself. What do I do?

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