CHARLESTON, S.C. – It’s human nature that as people grow older, they want to look younger. The tendencies of aging can make that desire an uphill climb for many people. Even if they feel energetic and healthy, they may look old and tired.
“Women and men ages 45 to 65 really start to notice a difference in their skin when they look in the mirror,” Dr. Dennis Schimpf, author of “Finding Beauty: Think, See and Feel Beautiful” and founder of Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery, said. “Healthy living makes them feel great on the inside, but on the outside, the years can take a toll. They look for ways to turn back the clock, for their face to more closely reflect what they feel like. And there are indeed minimally invasive ways to stave off some of the effects of aging.”