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GIVE YOUR FACE A TREAT

Prevent WrinklesWorried about looking older? Aging everyday and getting more wrinkles than usual? I was in the park on a windy afternoon when I overheard a group of women talking about how stressful and rough it can get once you run past the ages of menopause. Married life starts to become a hassle and fears start to arise. Mid-age they say is when life starts, but what is life going to be if it hasn’t even started yet and you already look older than that. This group was talking about facial wrinkle treatments and how they could look their best, feel their best with saving their marriage by fixing their husband’s eyes on them. Continue reading

THE SECRET TO LESSER WRINKLES

wrinkle cureAll around the world, ladies and women have one problem in common. Wrinkles! When it starts happening, insecurity arises and we all get the feeling of being left out… of young age, that is. Well, personally, I don’t find it a problem, because I have got some ways on reducing wrinkles. It’s not that hard if you really have the heart to follow these tips I’m about to give you. I’ve had my share of lines but they’re eventually finding it hard to make way into my life.

Most of the researches regarding the topic about reducing wrinkles would most probably say “avoid the sun”. Being out in the sun during midday would lead to skin damage. So dermatologists would recommend the use of sunscreen though I would personally recommend not to use it all the time. The skin is capable of producing antigens that fight skin cancer so if we have plans of going out during the day, I would strongly recommend late afternoon or early sun exposure. (The sun is one out of the many sources of Vitamin D). Next, as the cigarette commercials would always say at the end of the ad. “Cigarette smoking is dangerous to your health.” Indeed, it is, not only to the internal organs but to your skin as well. Continue reading

FREAK OUT NO MORE

facial exercises“Aaaaahhhhh!” I was startled when I heard my mother screaming. It was 6 in the morning and so I ran upstairs and made my way to her room. She was looking in the mirror when I saw her, so I asked her what was wrong. She looked at me with this worried face and asked me, “Do I look old?” And then, I burst into laughter. I almost rolled on the floor because of what she asked me. I couldn’t believe I scrambled all my way up to her room just to be asked this question. But, I saw the source of her distress. She had a few lines here and there…Wait, what do they call that? Oh! Yeah! Wrinkles. So, that was how it started, we were talking about tips on wrinkle reducing the whole day.

“When you’re in your late 30s and mid 40s, you’ll start to understand why wrinkles are a problem. But as for now, dear, help me find ways to reduce my wrinkles.” Then, we both smiled at each other. I knew I had to face the “scary truth” sooner or later. But, I had to fix my mom’s truth first. Well, to start off, wrinkle reducing is one of the problems that most ladies and women usually encounter when they reach their late 30s, unluckily for some they get these lines at a very young age. (Glad to know I don’t belong.) Well, I researched and found one thing that kept recurring in wrinkle reducing researches. Continue reading