It was already 7 o’clock in the evening, and me and my hubby were running late for this special event that we were supposed to be attending at 6:30 in the evening. We were going to our grand alumni homecoming. It’s been 30 years already but it only seemed like yesterday. When we arrived at the location, I was glad to know that we weren’t the only ones running late. I bumped into my best friend as we were making our way through the lobby. I hardly recognized her though because of this problem she had. WRINKLES. So, she finally came into asking me how I maintained my looks up until now. She was desperate of finding ways on how to reduce wrinkles on face.
I did not have much time to discuss it with her since there was an ongoing program but what she asked me, urged me however to research about it on the net. I wasn’t getting any younger and believe it or not, I knew I had to go through the same dilemma, if not now, then definitely, someday. I just had to delay the “issue” and so I researched on how to reduce wrinkles on face. It’s the kind of a dilemma that not only I would be facing but all of us, so we better brace ourselves.
As I was researching, the prior reason that would come up regarding wrinkle prevention would be to stay away from the sun. This might be the simplest form of prevention so far. Regular washing of the face with the use of a mild soap, and last but not the least, regular facial exercise can also help. That was not part of the research though. I said that in behalf of my personal experience. Sagging of the face may be due to depression and frowning. So as the saying goes, smile and the world will smile back at you. Indeed! It is true.
So I mailed my friend and she got the answer to her problem. She got the solution to her question “how to reduce wrinkles on face”, just hoping that the next time we meet, we would share the same victory over a battle won against wrinkles. Prevention is always better than cure, so for all the ladies out there. Here’s an article that will make you celebrate life even in your 40s or late 30s. Cheers!