Skip to comments.What TWO glasses of wine a day can do to your face in ten years
Posted on 10/20/2011 4:23:35 AM PDT by Daffynition
Despite the warnings, I never used to worry too much that my lifestyle might one day show on my face. After all, there was always make-up, moisturiser, even a touch of Botox as the years advanced. Surely my guilty habits couldnt make that much difference to my looks, could they?
And what habits would those be? Well, like most women, I crave chocolate and have been known to scoff three bars of Galaxy in one go if I desperately need a sugar fix. I smoked in my 20s and, although I officially quit at 30, I still succumb to the odd puff after a night on the merlot.
But now, at the age of 42, a fascinating experiment has made me rethink the whole way I live. For I have seen the future of my face. Or, rather, I have been given a glimpse of how it would look in ten years if I continue to ply my body with alcohol and excess sugar, or take up smoking again. The results were not a pretty sight and will serve as a stark warning to women who regularly enjoy a couple of glasses of wine a night or the odd sugary doughnut, and think it wont do them any harm.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Time definitely has nothing to do with it...
Also, note the caption typo/wording error "how she will love..." instead of "how she will look..." Do they not have editors at international news agencies?
Wake-up call: Anna now, left, and how she will love in ten years time if she keeps drinking alcohol frequently
LOL...it’s the daily-Fail....what can I say ... it’s not science, it’s art.
I think they over exaggerated.
Oh, pish tosh. Just stay out of the sun, Anna, and try not to get that heavy-duty hair-dye on your skin.
**Acute smoking significantly impairs vessels' natural ability to relax, or vasodilate. Red wine, with or without alcohol, decreases the harmful effect of smoking on the endothelium - layer of cells that provide a friction-reducing lining in lymph vessels, blood vessels, and the heart.**
Drink red wine for the Polyphenols and Resveratrol. Cheers!
The top ad on the “Daily Mail” site with this article was, “Best creams to treat rosacea”!
And the stress-reduction.
What’s with the red eyes?
Red wine is good for you, btw.
Its quite apparent, the author did no authentic research for this article.
LOL...I saw that.... good promotion for the site.
Early symptom of the zombie plague.
Or maybe it's the late nights with her lawyer, since she now knows her husband plans to divorce her if she shows any signs of aging.
This author is in denial. People, including women, age..get *over* it...or decide to have a face like Joan Rivers.
So, does she still have all of her clothes from 10 years ago?
Jack started to see the light and asked the doctor: "Will I live longer?"
The doctor replied: "No, but it will feel like an eternity."
Exactly. Many of my friends are in their 60s and 70s, and - since they're pleasant women with good character - there is nothing wrong with their faces.
It's only those who try to defeat nature, or those who have been awful people for 60+ years, who end up looking Undead.
She’s 42 years old and shocked to see she will look older in ten years?
Says she’s glad she save up smoking 12 years ago, but she still smokes after being out drinking.
Typical puff piece (literally).
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