Problem: Thinning lips; turned down mouth:
While your lips do lose moisture and collagen over time, there is hope: Primers and balms containing
ingredients like menthol and vitamin C, supposedly make lips look more luscious. There are no studies
showing whether these products really work, but they may provide a subtle, temporary benefit.
The color and texture of your lipstick can also fatten a skimpy mouth.
Glossy or creamy colors in light to medium shades always make your lips look fuller.
Choose subtle brownbased hues, like pinky-brown or reddish brown.
For definition, line lips after applying lipstick or gloss with a pencil that matches your lips exactly.
As for that grumpy look, blame gravity. Around the late 40s or early 50s, there is a noticeable loss
of volume or fullness in the cheek area. This tends to make the nasolabial folds
(the creases that run from the edges of your nose to the corners of your mouth)
look deeper and more pronounced. The only way to significantly minimize these folds
(once they are formed) is with injections of a soft-tissue filler, like Restylane.
The natural deterioration of the skin begins in your twenties, when the outward
signs are absent and you still look great. The best solution is to prevent the signs before they start.
That is the objective of Age Reversal. This e-book includes all the topics about skin care
and anti-age program with detailed explanations.