When I look at my face in the morning I usually can gauge if I got enough sleep or not pretty easily. My right eye tends to sag a lot if I am tired and otherwise my skin texture looks kind of blah.
Or I feel if I lose a little too much weight, my face starts to look kind of skeleton-like – bony. Some people think this is a good look, but I just think I could eat more potato chips and slather on some butter.
After visiting Melanie Tantisira, a physician of ophthmalogy and aesthetic specialist – I now know some of blame can just be put on old age and aging and gravity.
And the fact that I sleep on my right-side and the tissue on the right temple is more flattened as a result.
But then, when my side of the bed was the left-side, I always slept on my left side – so does that mean I could even out eventually?
Knowing that most people are territorial about what side of the bed they claim–that ain’t gonna happen.
So – what’s the antidote?
Gain a pound or two?
Look at those firming – volume enhancing products? Just can’t see how a product can plump up your face.
Next step would be to add a little dermal filler.
Getting old is a bitch. Can’t lose weight without looking older, can’t gain weight that doesn’t go to my gut.