This is a skintervention

THIS IS A SKINTERVENTION

There’s something to be said for looking like a distinguished gentleman. Be warned, though, as there’s a fine line between “distinguished gentleman” and “derelict.” We’ve devised an interactive map to highlight the five most common signs of aging and show you how to stop them dead in their tracks.

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FROWN LINES

When you frown, there are lines that form across your forehead and just between your brows (glabellar lines). Constant contracting of facial muscles over many years makes these frown lines permanent. Use a multitasking anti-aging formula to help reduce their appearance.

CROW’S FEET

Small creases at the sides of the eyes are normal if you squint or smile a lot. Smokers and people who spend too much time in the sun without sunscreen are also likely to get crow’s feet. This is because the skin around the eyes is paper thin and more susceptible to wear and tear than any other area on the face. A targeted anti-aging eye gel can help protect this sensitive skin and help any lines look less obvious.

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SAGGING JAW

A sharp, manly jawline is a good-looking feature to have. Unfortunately, the more you age, the more likely it is to soften. Keep your face sharp with facial exercises that combat the look of getting older. Also try a high-tech anti-aging formula with firming ingredients to restore elasticity to your skin.

SMILE LINES

Everyone has a line that runs from their nose to the corner of their mouth. These smile lines get deeper with age, but you can definitely help fight them off with skin creams containing firming ingredients. If you take care of your face, you can keep it as fresh as your pickup lines (fresher even). By the way, did you know that some guys still use that “I think I know you from somewhere” line?. Hasn’t worked since 1994.

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