I do have a few around the eyes,but these are 'Laughter Lines' as my darling mum always used to say about her own!!!
I have never been concerned about wrinkles as I just see them as part of the journey of life. I think that there is nothing worse than seeing photos of perfectly smooth and expressionless faces such as Nicole Kidman,who at her age SHOULD have some character lines to show that she has lived!!! I would NEVER undergo plastic surgery unless it was vital to my health to have it done.I have had so many major operations in my life and know the pain of the healing process so well.Why would I put myself through any more just because of a wrinkle or 50?!!!! No!!! When I smile,I know that others can see I mean it!!
What about going Ayurvedic? 100 times washed Ghee is fabulous. I make my own Ghee and then I take a couple of tablespoons out and wash it over and over in filtered water . . . I cheat and use electric beaters . . . . in Ayurveda you are supposed to use your hands or a spoon and chant. (not sure what the chant is) I keep mine in the fridge (but not necessary) and on a hot day it is magic. I usually apply it at night and find it very soothing for sleep. Plus, it is the best thing I have ever used for chapped/sore lips.
Yes I do have wrinkles. I am fighting obesity and diabetes, and the fight involves losing a large amount of weight. The less fat I have on my face, the more wrinkles present themselves. Each new wrinkle means I am getting closer to a healthy weight range and more control over my diabetes. I love my wrinkles!
No. At my age younger people don't believe the age I am because I don't look my age. I put this down to daily moisturising my face with non expensive lotions or creams, never using soap on my face, and taking any makeup off before going to bed. That said, it wouldn't bother me if they do appear.
Hah! I've got 'laughter lines', & a slight 'turkey neck', but NO 'crows' feet!
Have used moisturiser, & good quality sunglasses since I was 10yo. Always have moisturised my face, & neck in an upwards movement.
I've not worn make-up for over 30 years', only lipstick, UNLESS I'm going to a Formal Dinner, or some other very 'high society' function, once in a 'blue moon'!
Have never gone to bed with make-up on. Always cleansed face & neck beforehand.
Have always worn an 'Akubra' in the sun, even hanging-out the washing! Long sleeved shirts, & leather gloves, when horse-riding, as well.
For my age, I 'scrub-up' pretty well. But that's thanks to a lifetime regimen looking after my skin.
Yes, I have some. No I do not care. I do not even look in the mirror much as my hair is short and only gets brushed into place. They are my wrinkles and I would never deny them - I worked hard to get them. LOL
Yes I have a few & know they are pretty much inevitable. But once this begins to happen to a woman, she starts to become invisible to others! It is a fact of our society unfortunately, wether she accepts herself or not. Now I understand why some 'don't go quietly into the night.' Wrinkles or not, I will continue to 'be counted' & tough for any who don't like it! lol