I have never been obsessed with cosmetic surgery. Well, let me back track, a long time ago I would have had a nose job, but I've never been eager to get my first face lift. Believe me, I have at least two friends who are counting on a little nip and tuck when they turn 50. I often wonder to myself, why that would be? What's the point of a taught face with a wrinkly neck? To me, it's a tell tale sign that someone has had 'work' done. Oh, and I learned to live with my nose.
So over the years my only 'cosmetic' improvement has been my green contact lenses, and my push-up bra, but that's another story. Considering my natural eye color is hazel, this improvement is not a huge stretch.
I'm still not considering any drastic measures, but I have noticed the signs of time marching across my face. As in I have a few more lines, yes wrinkles, on my forehead, and maybe my skin isn't as firm as it used to be so I'm considering my anti-aging product options. I'm not in a full blown panic, but the situation does require my attention. Fortunately, I can rule out products for, ahem, 50 and over, so that narrows things down a bit. But still, the options are overwhelming, and there's a product out there for everything.
For now, I've settled on a pretty good eye cream, ANEW Reversalist Illuminating Eye System by Avon, and have gone the extra mile for the lines with Clinique Repairwair Laser Focus. This maybe overkill but when is it to early? I will let you know whether or not I see any improvements. In as much as I'm willing to age 'gracefully,' I don't want to look old before my time, whenever that time maybe?