Out of Forehead Experience: The Dark Side of Botox

Ok, I admit it.  I’ve had Botox - once.  I had it done to the lines on my forehead.  The shots were basically painless, which is a good thing (but, we’re women, pain is irrelevant) And, the Botox did work in pretty much eliminating the lines.  Temporarily, of course.  The results lasted maybe 6 weeks.  But, here’s the kicker: I could not raise my eyebrows, at all, period.  It was like my forehead no longer belonged to me.  It wasn’t really numb to the touch, but I had absolutely no muscle control of the area.  It freaked me out!...more

Mall Madness

Mall Madness I was so angry, absolutely livid, with myself.  I went to the mall to buy some new shoes.  As I’m walking through the mall, I allowed myself to get pulled in by a slick-talking, kiosk salesman and he sold me $300 worth of “magical” anti-aging face products.  All I wanted to do was go to the mal­­­l and buy a new pair of shoes.  Is that so wrong? On my walk to the shoe store, this dude sucked me in....more

Plastic Surgery: Going Under the Knife to Always Look 36

Ladies, if you're 36, you're perfect. Everyone else? Listen up. At least, that's what an article by Eva Wiseman in the GUARDIAN's Observer Magazine would have you believe. I think. My British isn't great, so it's possible that Wiseman was being facetious, and I missed it in the language nuance... ...more

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What No One Likes to Say, but Everyone Thinks About

No, not sex. Everyone talks about that.   I was talking about aging, especially for women. Women in their fifties and sixties are torn between feeling young, looking old and thinking they should accept that situation and not bitch. Talking points: ...more

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Is trying to turn the clock back wrong?

Two days ago I had some freckles lasered off my face and hands. I also get a bit of botox every three or four months and have done for about a year and a half now. I also eat well most of the time and exercise to stay healthy and strong, but also to look better....more

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Help Fine Lines with Our Anti-Aging Mask

With typical use, our Anti-Aging Cover assists fine lines and includes a cumulative impact about the youthfulness of your skin color. Many of us are on the never-ending quest to locate the Fountain of Youth. While it is risk-free to say that it may in no way be uncovered, we can nonetheless bring steps to make sure our pores and skin appears youthful, smooth, and glowing. You can find rather a few anti-aging skincare goods to select from, like moisturizers, exfoliating scrubs and creams, but let’s talk in regards to the Anti-Aging Face mask....more

The Best Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients

This post aims to offer general guidelines about how to care for your skin so it can look as young as possible.  Certainly I have nothing against looking your age, if that is what you want.  I think you need to look the way you think you look best so if you want t...more

How to Look 10 Years Younger: Rethink Your Jewelry

Jewelry isn't just adornment. When you look at a woman's jewelry, you're seeing who she is. And it's not just her socio-economic status. A woman's jewelry is where her age and hipness intersect. While jewelry can't literally make you look younger, it can certainly make you look very less than hip.This is not the look to emulate....more

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