When was the last time you…
Laughed ‘til you had tears in your eyes
Opened your eyes in wonder
Went all-out for a “wacky” photo
Got so angry you screamed into a pillow
Smiled ‘til your cheeks hurt
Furrowed your brows in determination
Wrinkled your nose to make your kid laugh
Weren’t worried that doing any of these would damage your skin?
A recent global study by face care brand, Pond’s, shows that 78% of women “hold their facial expressions back” for fear of being stereotyped and of their lines and wrinkles showing. That’s almost 8 out of every 10 women not being able to express themselves fully and give in to the joy of sharing what’s in your heart to the world.
But is this fear justified? Sadly, it is.
Dra. Anna Palabyab, Pond’s resident skincare expert shares that our skin loses elasticity as we age, and wrinkles “form in the areas of the face that we usually use the most,” referring to muscles around the eyes, between the brows, on the forehead, and surrounding the mouth.
But this fear can be defeated.
Click next to find out how
“With the right kind of prevention,” Dra. Palabyab shares, “women can express as much as they want and not worry about the lines.” She recommends choosing products that have Retinol, as it delays sagging and keeps skin elastic as it stimulates collagen production.
Pond’s Age Miracle is a range of skin care products with Retinol plus Retinol Boosters to prolong the effectiveness of this powerful anti-aging ingredient. It also has CLA and AHA to exfoliate old skin cells and stimulate the production of newer, younger ones.
In the words of the brand’s newest ambassador, “There is nothing more liberating than being able to express your emotions with authenticity,” shares 33-year-old award-winning actress and TV host Iza Calzado. No stranger to expressing all sorts of emotions, Iza urges women to “be glad and grateful that we are able to feel, and to express ourselves.” So stop worrying, and leave the lines to Pond’s Age Miracle.
“There is nothing more liberating than being able to express your emotions with authenticity”
Laugh. Cry. Get angry. Smile. Wrinkle your nose. As much as you want to.