Fine lines and wrinkles on our faces are inevitable as we age. And costly cosmetic procedures can lift, tuck and turn back the clock, but there are simple makeup tricks we can do at home that can improve our looks, as well.
There's a difference between simply living to extreme old age and living a healthy lifestyle at age 100 or beyond. Researchers continue to look for patterns in the habits of people who make it into a second century of life. So how can you get there?
Old age is all the rage these days, and the growing likelihood that we can live past 100 pushes scientists, sociologists and no small number of entrepreneurs to seek out the secrets behind longevity. Is where you live one of these secrets?
People don't care that wrinkles are merely indicators of past smiles, as Mark Twain once opined -- they'd like to get rid of them. Is anti-aging cream worth the money, or is it empty promises in fancy packaging?
You're probably not wearing the same clothes at 60 that you wore at 22, so why would you be wearing the same eyeliner? HowStuffWorks has five ideas to freshen up your routine and help you put your best face forward.
Skin changes as you get older -- just ask any adolescent whose baby-smooth exterior was transformed by the arrival of acne. What's the best way to care for skin once wrinkles and lines make an appearance?
Research confirms the health advantages of a positive state of mind, connection to others and belief in some sort of higher power. Learn how staying young at heart can benefit your health and longevity.
Cosmetic dentistry is catching on among those who want a big change in their looks without a big ordeal. A smile lift could make you look 10 years younger without the pain and invasiveness of cosmetic surgery.
If your aim is to be lively and robust in your 80s and 90s, you'll need to learn some anti-aging secrets that focus on the mind, body and spirit. These 10 anti-aging techniques will help you stay and feel young as you age.