Choosing Between Your Figure or Your Face?

Weight Changes Skin Changes

 

It’s been said that when a woman gets to a certain age, she has to choose between her figure and her face, but do you really?  Can you lose weight or maintain a healthy weight while still maintaining your skin’s youthful texture?

 

Effect of Weight Loss 

As you age, your skin naturally begins to lose collagen and elasticity. If you lose a significant amount of weight as you get older, you may notice the skin is more lax and may sag or appear more wrinkled. People who hold more weight in their face may appear younger because the plumpness under the skin holds it more taught.

Luckily, you can counterbalance some of the negative skin effects of weight loss with a skin care regime like Christie’s Bio-Clock Activation System. This system works with your skin’s natural rejuvenation process, making skin appear firmer, reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and counteracting some of those negative effects.

 

A Healthy Balance

When it comes to a healthy weight and a healthy glow, remember that balance is important as you age. Your “ideal weight” when you are 20 needs to be adjusted when you are in your forties or fifties. You may find that a few pounds can actually improve your appearance – as you age, being too thin can actually cause you to look (and be) unhealthy. Consult with your doctor about a healthy weight range for your age.

 

 

 

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