I had one surgery and that was for a overbite when I was a teenager that was enough pain to never want to ever go back under the knife.
No. I think wrinkles and signs of aging give a man's face character. Why erase what's naturally there? I wouldn't dye my hair either, really. I think a touch of gray at the temples looks dignified. And men don't go fully gray in my family until their late 60s so it's all good.
My insurance covers skin removal after weight loss once in your lifetime. When I get to my goal, I'm getting it done. I'm hoping they can lift the boobs, too, but now that I am in regular bra sizes, I've been able to get better support than the crap they sell at The Avenue.
I don't want to have any surgery on my face, except if there is excess skin there, too-so far, this hasn't happened during the weight loss. I have pretty youthful skin, with only a few lines. I don't want to look fake.
I thought I'd get the eye baggage that my mom had at my age, but so far, so good. I think the Aveda products are helping in that regard. My mom wears glasses, now, so she doesn't complain about her eye bagage anymore.
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