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5 Healthy Habits That Fight the Signs of Aging

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  • I have been told I don't look my age either. I look younger. - 6/12/2013 9:34:37 PM
  • I can not read the article for the ads. Never had this trouble befor What the heck - 6/22/2012 5:23:56 PM
  • MARTY32M
    OK except for the bit about sunscreen. Some people need it more than others. The author (according to the picture) is a redhead, implying fair skin with little or no melanin to protect it. I have a Mediterranean complexion. I will never have a rosy complexion; it's more like olive. I have never used sunscreen. I'm 80 years old, and I have a few creases in my face, but no fine wrinkles. - 6/21/2012 8:58:10 PM
  • There was a show on Dr. Oz a few years ago that research that found that" Drinking water " doesn't do anything for the skin............nothing at all ...just a myth

    Just sayin....

    Some of these notions need to be updated before publishing here - 6/21/2012 8:43:20 PM
  • JILL1129
    Re: Plastic surgery & dermatologic treatments and fillers. 1. These procedures are expensive. 2. They are not guaranteed to produce results (e.g., thermage). 3. They are temporary solutions. Eventually, people just, well...age. No amount of cream or fillers or toxins will reduce those jowels, I just wish that rather than avoiding growing older, we might as a society, if not embrace it, at least get used to that notion. - 6/21/2012 7:57:24 PM
    My thought to the author is, really?
    It's not good to cook our skin in the sun, eat junk, drink alcohol, smoke, and be dehydrated?
    Not ground breaking news. - 6/20/2012 12:05:25 PM
  • Best anti-aging product you can put on your face.... a SMILE

    Look at all those adverts that use before and after photos closely and you'll see that the before model isn't and the after model is.

    I'm 56, my sister is 52 and my sister in law is 60. They use every expensive moisturiser under the sun, and guess what, SIL scowls all the time and has hardly anything to do all day - she looks older than she is. Sis and me smile most of the time and are always busy and engaged - everyone thinks we're younger than our years. - 6/20/2012 2:25:56 AM
  • Is she kidding?

    Leeann, darling, at some point, one misses the boat. Please, never imply the impossible. People beyond 40 just may click on the piece. - 6/19/2012 11:31:32 PM
    Good recommendations, but I'd also put in that ATTITUDE is a great way to stay young! - 6/19/2012 3:31:35 PM
  • As an RN who has had experience with plastic surgeous and dermotologists the way to
    look younger and prevent the loss of collagen, fatty tissue from the cheeks traveling downward to create deep smile lines and jowls, droopy eyelids has to do with:

    1. Facelifts.


    3. Laser treatements.
    A. Thermage which tightens the skin and helps with collagen production which is the layer that supports the outer skin.

    4. Fine lines and deeper wrinkles can be treated with fillers which last from 6 months to a year.

    There are many other options which a plastic surgeon or dermatologist can provide.
    Although I agree with most of the information in this article they won't cure the signs of aging that I have descibed. Living a healthy lifestyle will enhance the procedures descibed but not eliminate the underlying reasons for facial aging.
    I don't think that any studies have been dne to support the claims in the article.

    Elizabeth - 6/19/2012 10:37:11 AM
  • My Father's side is blessed with genetics that age very well. That being said my Paternal Grandfather barely seemed 70 when he was well into his 90's. He was active his whole life, walked miles, continuously puttered about gardening, fixing, would play soccer with the great grandkids, swim at the beach, he did not smoke or drink. He ate moderate portions, would often pick fruit and yogurt for dessert. He also was rarely ever sick. Sadly he passed away from bone cancer at 94. His body fought hard for 3 years and the doc said his heart was extremely strong and healthy. (he did backroad cycle races in Ireland as a young man, with big heavy grass stuffed tires) I will also add he kept a good attitude, he was never bitter, got over issues quickly, forgave, and made the best out of everything. - 6/19/2012 9:30:23 AM
    I went into the jewelry store to pick up my ring a few weeks ago. I told the sales girl I was anxious to get it back because I hadn't been able to wear it for years. After I had a hysterechtomy, I couldn't wear jewelry or make-up, but about a year ago, I was able to start wearing jewelry again without breaking out. The sales girl was astonished that I wasn't wearing make-up. She said I had such a nice glow to my skin. Thank you SP for helping me get healthy!! - 4/13/2012 9:56:19 PM
  • i don't smoke or drink i drink 9 glasses of water every day i use suncreen every morning before walkin i wear moisturise and @ night wash my face with cold cream and nice warm water .once q week i exfoliate. im 65 and everyone thinks i'm 50. i'm
    kinde of proud of that. - 11/17/2011 9:36:12 PM
  • I am going to be 42 in a few days and I still get asked are you 30 31? and Laugh and say I must have had my kids when I was 11 then lol.. then they find out i have a 19yr old and a 16 yr old and are like omg how old are you LOL.. they almost die when they hear forty one come out of my mouth lol... I believe eating right exercising does help in the aging process but seriously Look at your genes.. If you mother father granpartents look good then you will too... same as if they look there age then you will too.. might be better if theysmoke and you dont but.. look at your family and you will know what you will look like at any age... I am lucky wil my gene pool.. but I dont bank on that I eating right and exercise and tan with sunscreen... and enjoy life :) Be Happy and smiles and laugh alot! - 6/9/2011 8:51:57 PM
    I'm 59 but am told I look younger. I've never smoked, rarely drink alcohol, but I do drink a lot of water. I live in the Southwest in a very sunny, dry climate so keeping hydrated is a necessity of life, not just to keep the wrinkles away.

    I do have wrinkles, but I regard them as part of aging. I would never, never, never have botox or plastic surgery. I'm not that vain or narcissistic. I know women who've had botox treatments and/or facelifts, and while their faces look younger, the rest of them, from the neck down, looks old. Their necks are crepey, their arms & hands are wrinkly and have age spots, their legs aren't toned and sag a little. You are only fooling yourself if you think that a facelift or botox is going to make you look that much better.

    And, botox, collagen injections and facelifts can go wrong. Just think about celebrities like Joan Rivers, who looks awful, Lissa Rinna with her lumpy lips, and countless other celebrities who have that "deer in the headlights" look (constantly surprised), or can no longer smile or make any kind of facial expressions. The only people who think they look better/younger are themselves.

    Personally, I admire women who accept their age and are able to age gracefully without resorting to artificial ways of looking younger. I'd rather see Susan Sarandon or Judi Dench than the likes of Pamela Anderson, Janice Dickenson, Priscilla Presley, and others like them. - 6/9/2011 3:19:19 PM

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