A List Of The Best Ages To Get A Facelift
The face is often the most memorable part of a person and is how the public will see you.
It is also often the source of most physical judgment.
Ideally, that wouldn't be the case, but we're in this world and we deal with what we've got.
A cranky looking person, unfortunately enough, might be passed over for choice assignments and promotions simply because they don't look nice or energetic enough to look like they'll do well.
It's just how things are.
Now, when should someone get a face lift? It really depends on their face.
Someone in their twenties and up to their thirties might find themselves starting to show some wrinkles.
That's easy enough to deal with - they probably won't want to commit to a face lift just yet.
There are other methods of cleaning your face up, such as a laser peel or good old skin tightening masks.
Now, when you hit your forties, you may want to start hitting some of the heavier facial stuff.
Resurfacing and rejuvenation remain important tools and Botox becomes invaluable in attacking crows' feet.
A mini-face lift might even be necessary.
Once you hit the ages of sixty to eighty, you'll find that it's the best time to get a lift.
A face lift does its best work at those ages, able to target most of the face for improvement.
The jaw line, jowls and cheeks, among other things, all improve in appearance after a face-lift.
Once you've hit your eighties, the skin has actually become stiffer, losing most of its elasticity.
At this point, there's really little most surgeons can do.
Very few people elect to go under the knife as the benefits are minimal at best.
It is at this point that they just deal with being aged.