Facial Feature That Ages Women. Do You Notice It When Looking At These Stars?

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February 7, 2019 08:03 By Fabiosa

There are probably no women in the world who wouldn't dream of looking younger. Ladies try to remove wrinkles in every way possible. Some do facial exercises, some resort to facelifts, and others apply various creams. However, it's not the wrinkles that really age women...

For a 2014 study, published in the medical journal Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, researchers selected 120 participants aged 41 to 49. The expert panel which consisted of 6 dermatologists made suggestions about the age of each woman and then compared the results.

The result of the study was surprising. It turned out that the features giving away the age were nasolabial folds, commonly known as "smile lines". Followed by reddening of the skin, eyebrow sagging, and hyperpigmentation. Eye wrinkles, or "crow's feet" as people call them, ended up on the bottom of the list.

By the way, it's another reason why plump women look younger. They have rounder faces, hence, the "smile lines" aren't that visible. Catherine Deneuve knew what she was talking about when she said that when you reach your forties you need to choose either your face or your body. Some of her colleagues have decided to stay slim.

Stars with significant "smile lines"

1. Demi Moore

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2. Whoopi Goldberg

3. Cameron Diaz

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4. Blake Lively

How to prevent the premature appearance of nasolabial folds

No cream or serum can help you prevent these vexing nasolabial folds from appearing. But you can do a facial massage. The brave ones can also try beauty injections done by a professional cosmetologist.

Do you do a face massage? If you're interested in this topic, let us know about it in the comment section!

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