So do we go for surgery, turn to the beauty products or just opt for a balaclava and hide it when we having our bad days?
Personally, surgery such as botox is not on my "wish list" (right now) only being 21, but then I can't afford to buy beauty products that nearly cost as much as having the de-wrinkle procedure done!
For example The Regenerating Serum by Creme De Le Mer, £375 for a 75ml bottle. Ouch.
|Creme De Le Mer|
But if I could afford to buy such products, perhaps I would treat myself to them every then again...
Alas, I can't.
And do we even need it anyway? I believe good skin runs in genes and taking good care of yourself, we all hope we won't have the face of prune we turn into OAP's.
My Grandmother, 84, kept her face out of the sun from the age of 20 and has looked after her skin since a young age. And not a wrinkle in sight!
|My Grandmother 84. Wrinkle free.|
The following are obvious - smoking, sun, over indulgence and no cleansing routine are not going to give you peachy smooth skin and a plump face.
But we are young and live for the day and these things cannot be helped.
What we can do to help though is take 5 or less minutes out of our days to cleanse, tone and moisturise. Simple things that all help our skin.