I have been having dermaroller treatments for over two years now. Having dabbled in nearly all related treatments out there this is the only one I stick to, and see real benefits from. Other than my annual botox (I know that lots of you don't want
I have been boring you all with my (fairly) constant complaining about the rapid collapse of my jaw line! I always had a bit of a double chin but one morning I looked in the mirror and the skin under my chin had definitely headed south, and I looked
'nature gives you the face you have at twenty,
life shapes the face you have at thirty,
at fifty you get the face you deserve'
I love this Coco Chanel quote.
Ageing is a leveller. As you get older there are no short cuts and even those
Middle Aged Hair Syndrome, is that dull lifeless look that a lot of women, me included tend to suffer from after years of colouring and blow drying. It is exacerbated by the onslaught of grey hair as the hair itself becomes a lot coarser .
I am turning 46 soon and had held off having botox, until a couple of weeks ago. I am blessed to see a fabulous dermatologist Dr Lynette Yong and when I saw her last, she felt like I did, that it was time. Not that I have a problem with botox, I think