Thursday, February 24, 2011

is it time to start attempting to look younger?

There comes a time in one's life when suddenly one realizes that one is not a young girl anymore, one spots stray gray strands, wrinkle or two, and starts thinking maybe the advertisers of anti-aging products have something valid to say. So you log on and search for the best anti wrinkle cream and wonder if it'll do the trick by using it for a week or two like they profess, or will it be another one of those jars sitting on your counter never used. Yes, I've started to ponder about all these things lately. And the more advertisements I see on the telly and in magazines, the more I think, yes maybe it's time.


Suma Das said...
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Suma Das said...

I bought my first hydrating moisturising cream recently, accepting the fact I need to look after my skin. But, I'm certainly not going to fall into the trap, that many women (particularly) find themselves by becoming a slave to the anti-ageing industry. I say be proud of your age!

Shalini said...

Yes, I think it's more about looking after one's skin, instead of thinking of it as a miracle cream that's going to make you look 20 again.