Here you are, a confident 60-something and if you do say so yourself, you look pretty amazing. In fact, you’ve done all the right things to keep your body healthy and that includes your beautiful facial skin. No wonder everyone is agreeing that 60 is the new 40!
Ever wonder how you can minimize aging?
During this decade thoughts of retirement may be dominant. And, that may lead to a decision to take care of some minor cosmetic corrections or cosmetic surgery procedures you’d like to make so that you can enjoy your retirement years looking and feeling refreshed and more youthful. If retirement isn’t the motivating factor, it just might be that you want to refresh your overall appearance.
Either way, if you want to minimize aging, this is a great time to make some tweaks that will serve you well into the next decade and possibly beyond.
Even if you weren’t blessed with the best genetic structure or complexion, you’ve made the very best of your circumstances. And it shows. You may have been treating your skin to some of the advanced treatments and procedures over the years. Maybe you’ve had a corrective treatment for your ears or nose or chin. Now, though, it is time to make a few more permanent adjustments.
Many 60-somethings are looking to achieve a graceful renewal of the more youthful contours in the face.
To achieve this objective you may want to explore a brow lift, a full or mid-facelift, a neck lift, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) or a combination of these surgeries. To restore youthful fullness to the cheeks or lips, you may consider fat transfer, implants, or fillers.
Of course, you’ll continue to nourish your skin with products designed to improve the appearance of your skin, from encouraging gene activity to brightening photodamage. And sun protection will continually be a daily part of your skin care regimen. Here’s to your 60s. And congratulations for turning back the hands of the clock.