Aging faces are everywhere and if you want to keep your job, maintain a positive earning power and remain confident in your appearance you might want to immediately begin a facial exercise regime.
It is the truth: Age discrimination is a fact of life in the corporate world.
The once handsome and debonair faces are drooping and that double chin is winning. The once beautiful face is amassing jowls and the resemblance to mother is developing.
This can be the poison pill in the corporate world because old faces can equate to old ideas. For more than twenty years psychologists and HR personnel studies demonstrate that appearance has a great deal to do with making more money and maintaining the status quo.
If you have experienced age discrimination, it's all about the face because no one looks at your knees and tells you you're too old, you may want to consider making simple lifestyle changes now before one or two incidents escalate into a serious matter.
There are only a few options when someone doesn’t like your face or your face does not support who you are:
• You can take your two or three week vacation, schedule a surgical procedure in hopes that by the time you are needed back at work, the healing of tissue and bruising will not be tell-tale evidence of your surgery.
• Fill your face with fillers to prop up lines and wrinkles and paralyze your forehead and the region around your eyes.
• Have strings inserted to temporarily hold up heavy cheeks and jowls.
Surgery and non-invasive procedures that involve injecting substances into your face, near your eyes and mouth may initially produce a younger looking face but you must ask yourself, "How many years do I have to do this?"
Is there sufficient testing of the substances to allay your fears of self-poisoning? What if these substances go the way of Vioxx, Rezulin or Seldane? These are only three of numerous drugs that have been removed after years of use when detrimental side-effects are known. This could indeed happen to injectable cosmetic fluids. Scary indeed. It is a fact that about half of new drugs are removed from the market or have significant warnings added to their labels within seven years of release.
The nip/tuck mentality has permeated the airwaves, slick publications and now the internet. Years past only those who were affected by accident or disease would consider having face work and that was in a medical capacity; now, even teenagers are targeted and marketed so they will adopt ideas into their psyche and words into their vocabulary that somehow makes it all okay for them to use plastic surgery and injections to alter themselves.
The irony is that even though surgeries and injections are on the rise, there are no guarantees that the procedures you choose will be successful. Even the most well-intentioned surgeries can go awry as evidenced at awfulplasticsurgery.com.
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