French Women Don't Get Facelifts: The Secret of Aging with Style & Attitude

French Women Don't Get Facelifts: The Secret of Aging with Style & Attitude

Mireille Guiliano

Language: English

Pages: 272

ISBN: 1455524115

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The author of the bestselling French Women Don't Get Fat shares the secrets and strategies of aging with attitude, joy, and no surgery.

With her signature blend of wit, no-nonsense advice, and storytelling flair, Mireille Guiliano returns with a delightful, encouraging take on beauty and aging for our times. For anyone who has ever spent the equivalent of a mortgage payment on anti-aging lotions or procedures, dressed inappropriate for their age, gained a little too much in the middle, or accidentally forgot how to flirt, here is a proactive way to stay looking and feeling great, without resorting to "the knife"-a French woman's most guarded beauty secrets revealed for the benefit of us all!

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“twice-a-year Botox sessions.” He looks at it like getting a massage to feel better and tried to convince the three of us that we should go for it. “It’s quick, convenient, affordable…” That philosophy applies more in New York than in France, even though some French women do Botox (none of the remaining three of us have, or are contemplating doing so, but you never know. I know I never would have imagined this conversation a decade ago). We got into a heated discussion about the possible side

possibly four times a year—treatments usually last three to four months—and that’s just the first year). As with any treatment, Botox comes with some risks, such as pain and bruising at the injection site, headache, and temporary muscle weakness. And though it’s very unlikely, it’s possible to experience botulism-like signs and symptoms such as nausea, shortness of breath, body pain, and weakness. But for me, I think the greatest risk would be that you can become dependent on a procedure that

electricity. Turn off the computer and TV at least a half hour, but preferably an hour, before bedtime. Both tend to keep our minds active, the last thing we want before bedtime. Ever think the lights from computers can confuse our sleep patterns, suggesting day when it is night? It’s true. I know turning the TV and the computer off is hard, but recognize that you need a little prep time for sleep. Now, foreplay is another thing. If you can’t sleep for a full half hour, get up and read a book

seven kilos) between the ages of forty and fifty-five. It doesn’t happen overnight, of course, but gradually, though five pounds gained while on vacation or during the holidays and not lost can fast-track the gain. And it is easy to blame untamed menopausal emotions and missed sleep (from hot flashes) for eating chocolate or chips or afternoon snacking. It is well established that being overweight correlates to poor health and a shortened life. So, adapting the right food and lifestyle balance is

it been studied much as an anti-aging treatment for mature adults. HGH is controversial. The claims are that it reduces body fat and enhances muscle tone and bulk, boosts sexual performance, firms one’s skin, and heightens one’s mood. The evidence among athletes and black market sales bear some witness to this. However, the long-term effects are severely suspect and include heart disease and diabetes, and the medical community is clear that short-term risks of carpal tunnel syndrome, joint and

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