At what point should you start thinking about age-combatting tools? Probably at birth, really.
Facelifts aren’t something that are awarded to you after you reach a certain milestone, like a gold watch at a retirement party. They’re procedures designed to combat visible signs of the aging process. If you’re 70 and have a face like porcelain, why would you want a facelift? Conversely, if you’re 40, and you’re beginning to look more like an accordion than a human, then maybe you should think about having that corrected.
If you aren’t entirely satisfied with how your face and neck are beginning to age, you have quite a wide assortment of cosmetic options to choose from. One of these is, of course, the full facelift, but remember you can always start small.
- A photofacial can help with a fairly wide variety of issues, including sun spots, acne pitting and fine lines and wrinkles.
- A committed regimen of regular chemical peels, microdermabrasion and medical-grade skin care can help you age more gracefully.
- A smaller surgery, like an eye lift, can brighten the entire face and make you look significantly younger.
It’s really not relevant to think in terms of numerical age when considering cosmetic surgery. The important factor is only how you feel about your appearance, not how old you think you should be before booking that consultation. If you’re only 40 and thinking about getting med spa treatments, eyelid surgery or even a full facelift, just go for it! Unlike a fine wine, sagging skin doesn’t improve with age.