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Old 12-19-2013, 04:43 AM   #16
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Re: Anti-aging creams

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Are they not the biggest fraud of all time. I've tried "Time delay" Rolling back the years" blah, blah, blah None of them REALLY work. Has anyone found one that they've used for a long time and they feel really works
I've never found any anti-aging cream that helps tremendously. Speaking for myself, the less make-up I wear, the younger I look. Dark red lipstick on women over a certain age is extremely aging. Of course, make-up is necessary, for example, if someone is going on a date or something, but heavy make-up is very aging.

 
Old 12-19-2013, 06:19 AM   #17
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Re: Anti-aging creams

There is no proven cream that will stave off age. If there were, it would be on the first page of the New York Times. Many dishonest companies are selling you a dream and taking your money.

The only thing you can do is have surgery ... that can take years off your face, or eyes ... depending.

Check any good medical site and you will see.

Creams are moisturizers ... and pretty much all the same. You can get as much bang for your buck using Vaseline as with items in the hundreds of dollars.

 
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:42 AM   #18
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Re: Anti-aging creams

I think I've kind of decided to just embrace the fact that I'm 46. I mean I am. Where's the hiding of it? Certainly not in my experiences, my personality, etc.

I don't have many wrinkles but have just recently started to get tiny ones above my lips. They have been bothering me horribly and I've been in a panic about them. They're really not noticeable...yet. But you know what? Geez, I'm pushing 50 here. I'm not supposed to have ANY wrinkles? I feel society is very unforgiving that way. How in the hell are you supposed to look 20 at 50?

If anyone doesn't like my lines, tough s---.

 
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