|Hope in a bottle, a syringe, a scalpel, a diet. . .?|
Truly, that is always paramount on my mind which brings me to today's subject. The idea grew out of your comments about arms, Botox, scary skinny versus healthy, re-worked faces and so on.
|The late, "you can never be too rich or too thin," Duchess of Windsor.|
While sitting in her waiting room, playing word games on my Kindle, I watched a parade of women ranging in age from their teens to their 70s pass in and out of her office. Some were there no doubt for their annual total body check-ups, others for various problems and the teens for acne. Most, however, were waiting for their turns under the magic hands of Dr. Gallais for their Botox and/or filler injections. Her reputation is stellar.
Why can't we simply look the best we can for our ages, always and ever fighting the good fight, but at the end of the day, when we slather on our anti-age serums and night creams, we recognize the woman reflected back at us in the unkind light of our bathroom mirror?
How about a beauty tip?
Neither Dr. Gallais nor her assistant use eye cream.