Positive Ageing Series

Part 4: Cosmetic Medicine - Your Options.

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What woman over 40 hasn't at least entertained the idea of a nip and tuck? Putting in time before the mirror, pulling back our sagging skin around the mouth and eyes, tugging our cheeks skyward to recreate the cheekbones we remember from a more youthful time.  But for most of us, it’s a fantasy. Too many horror stories and overdone faces leap out from the pages of celebrity magazines. The pain. The price.
Is it really worth it? Put simply, cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery scares us as much as it fascinates us.

Part 3: The Makeup Dilemma

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So far we’ve talked about how the skin ages and how we can adapt our skincare by introducing clever cell communicating ingredients that make a positive impact to our skin.

In this, the third of the Positive Ageing Series, it’s time to take a look at how our makeup ages our skin and diminishes any chance of achieving luminosity. 

Part 2: Luminosity At Any Age

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Luminous skin is youthful. And achievable. At any age!

Last week we looked at how and why our skin ages. We also discussed the idea of making a few small changes to shift our beliefs from the inevitability of ageing to something more positive.

This week, it’s time to take action!

Part 1: What Ages Us?

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You know your skin is going to age, but why? Is it just good luck and good genes? Is there really anything we can do to fight what appears to be a natural process? Can we be truly happy in the skin we’re in at every age?

Meet Julie Lardner

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Julie Lardner is the Founder of The Beauty Issue; a website dedicated to providing women with a proactive approach to skincare and ageing. Julie is a skin therapist with over 20 years' industry experience.

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