How Not To Look Old

Did you ever wonder how that one trendy friend always seems to look chic? She never seems to look her age and she always looks great!

Now you can learn the secret! Check out the new book “How Not To Look Old.” After reading this wonderful book by veteran beauty and style editor, Charla Krupp, you’ll have so many new ideas for how to look younger I probably won’t recognize you when you come in for your next appointment!

The thing I love about this book is that it addresses everything. You would expect a self-help book for the 40+ set to give fashion, beauty and anti-wrinkle skin care advice. But Krupp’s book goes far beyond that, giving specific tips and products for virtually every aspect of a woman’s lifestyle.

You start by learning if you are high, medium or low maintenance. Hint: if you’re one of my patients you may not fall into the low maintenance category. As each chapter unfolds, Krupp takes you (as she explains with her clever abbreviations) from looking OL (Old Lady) to Y&H (Young and Hip.)

In the pages of “How Not To Look Old” you will learn everything from why you should be wearing pink lipstick and high heels, to how the right length of bangs can take years off your face. If you don’t believe in the power of pink lipstick, turn to page 83 and see for yourself. And by the way, Krupp believes lip hair removal is a must for looking Y&H – regardless of your lipstick color.

Krupp devotes an entire chapter on how to manage wrinkles with non-invasive procedures. She does a great job explaining lasers, peels, injectables and more. What I love is that she takes each potential problem (crows feet, smile lines, dark spots, etc) and gives examples of procedures to ask your doctor about. This is a great way to educate yourself about your options before you meet with your doctor. If you have any questions about these or other options for looking Y&H please send an email to me.

Whether you are high or low maintenance, by the end of the book you realize that looking younger is not about drastically changing your looks or trying to look like you’re 20 again. It’s about taking care of yourself and maintaining what you have — and wearing some pink lipstick can’t hurt!


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