Rather than fighting the aging process, more women seem to be coming to terms with it. They are redefining what it means to be beautiful -- at age 50, 60 and beyond -- and are wearing that new definition proudly on their faces.
While advances in science no doubt help us in countless ways, and in no way am I suggesting we impede the development of medicines that improve the quality of our lives, we need to keep a watchful eye on the cultural pressures some unwittingly create.
Why was this teen thinking about facial lines and wrinkles? How early does this all start? Were fine lines indications of imperfections that needed fixing? Or did these changes foreshadow the inevitable vulnerability that comes with age?