An article was recently published in US Weekly about how Courteney Cox is scared of aging and is doing everything she can to combat what nature is throwing her way and on her fear of turning 50.
Courteney Cox says she grew up in a home that looks and aesthetics were on top of the list of family values. Her parents look good and take care of themselves. Courtney is going one-step further than eating well and exercising she is trying out new treatments to scare the aging monster away.
Now I ask you, do you have to become addicted to invasive and expensive treatments to take care of yourself, your skin and to look beautiful? The answer is no.
Over the last decade, major advancements have been made in laser treatments. In the early years continuous wave carbon dioxide laser was used to resurface skin, while results are positive many patients suffered from redness and swelling. Innovation has brought about a new generation in lasers, however the price is still high and it is still considered an invasive treatment.
Surgical facelifts are often the route that “aging” women go down to rejuvenate their looks. Yes, facelifts are invasive – very! Surgery. Let me remind you it might change the way you look but it doesn’t stop the aging process.
There are fillers that you can have injected into your skin to make your skin look plumper and fill in the lines and wrinkles but those also come back, and you have to sit through many sessions of needles being injected into you.
Today with the advancement in aesthetics, you can give your skin with the nourishment it needs, rejuvenation, lifting, filling and peeling, with the right combination of non-invasive technology and advanced formulas of ingredients.
Surgically changing your face does not change the long-term quality of your skin or permanently fight aging, however taking care of your skin and using the right products can slow down the effects of aging. Yes, either way it takes a commitment to see results. It is just like changing your diet so that your body will be healthier – you make it part of your lifestyle.
Which way are you going to go? Are you afraid of aging?
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