Younger Looking Skin
Sticking a Needle
in Your Face is Invasive
Do you want to
learn how to easily have younger looking skin without sticking
Looking younger is the mantra of Baby Boomers. This generation and the
subsequent generations have greatly contributed to the gold-filled
pockets of plastic surgeons everywhere.
in your face?
The Botox and Restylane
craze has never been more evident than in today's society.
Aging just isn't what it used to be; now there is a plethora of
anti-aging products for every price range that make lots of promises.
What happened to aging gracefully?
Over and over again, the phrase "non-invasive" is
touted but having injections, whether they're in your arm, your
buttocks or your face is invasive.
An injection requires a needle and when it is shoved into your skin, it
is an invasion.
Do you need a needle in your face to have younger
Yes, having an injection rather than a full-blown
surgical procedure is non-surgical. There are many, many doctors and
other practitioners who want consumers to believe that little doses of
cadaver material or botulism injected in the forehead, the outer eye
area and around the mouth, is not invasive but let's tell it like it
The quest for slowing down the aging process and achieving younger
looking skin has become a multi-billion dollar business and in 2004,
over 9 million cosmetic procedures were performed.
On a recent network morning show, two women, moms in their 40's, were
willing to undergo "non-invasive
procedures" to look younger.
While the noted dermatologist took her black marker and began drawing
on the faces to demonstrate how Botox and other material would be
injected into certain areas to fill out and alleviate visible signs of
aging, it was striking to see just how desperate these housewives have
The effects of injections
are gone in a short amount of
time and plastic surgery requires updating every 3 to 6 months
depending on the type of treatment.
Patients, particularly women, may have fallen into a trap believing
that these procedures are
the only avenue of attaining younger looking skin and preserving their
There are other ways to turn back the clock
without surgery or invasive injections and one is exercise, facial
Crow's feet are a major concern because
eyes look tired when these pesky little lines are apparent.
The reason they form is because the forehead muscle has elongated due
to gravity and life; when this happens, the muscles surrounding the
eyes become compressed by the gravitational weight on them.
There is an easy remedy to alleviate the look of
crow's feet. . .
Place the three middle fingers of each hand
each eye brow. Push the eyebrows up and slightly outward. Hold your
eyebrows high and begin to use your forehead muscle to push down into
your fingertips. (Make certain you are not creating lines between your
eyebrows; push outward towards the temple area after pushing up). Count
slowly to five.
Next. . .
Remove your hands, take a deep breath, and again
position your fingertips underneath your brows. Push the eyebrows up
and slightly outward.