Well, I’ve taken the plunge and ordered Ultra Renew Ultrasonic LED. I’ll give it a chance to work and then post a review. Regrettably for my face, it is past time to acknowledge the necessity for a call to action with regards to the somewhat saggy skin and jowly stuff that’s going on. I can no longer deny its existence. In fact, my acerbic and snarky-mouthed child pointed out to me the very real similarity to his sister-in-law’s dog. Nice kid, huh?
What in the world has happened to my face? I’m melting! Gravity sucks. I remember laughing at my mom when she would bemoan the ravages of time, pointing out those same areas, laughing with the naivete of youth like it would never in a million years happen to me. Oh, but it did. It most certainly did. Combined with too much sun worship, there is someone in the mirror looking back at me that I don’t recognize. Poor me. It’s not that I’m depressed (well, sorta), actually, I’m more surprised than anything else. One day I looked just fine (I thought) and the next day I looked and my face had begun to morph and now there is only a vague resemblance to ME. All along, the clock was ticking and I blithely went about living my life–and then one day I caught a glimpse of myself and it was me but not me and it freaked me out, and when I took a closer look, it looked even worse! I don’t really want to talk facelift ‘cos I don’t like hospitals or anesthesia or anything invasive, not to mention the cost, but I will give most anything else a try. Not to recapture a lost youth, but to slow the clock just a bit from its inevitable inexorable slide.