Everyone seems to be looking for the fountain of youth, and if they can’t keep their bodies young on the inside then they at least want to look youthful on the outside. In fact, there are plenty of people who put beauty ahead of wellbeing and risk their health by having surgeries to look younger. Some of us go a less drastic route and just sink a bunch of cash into ‘miracle’ creams that claim to restore the look that our skin had in the teenage years (minus the zits). You would think that by now there would be a better way!
From Japan comes another option that may be worth investigating, if not for the results, then at least for the amusement factor. Mejikara Anti-Wrinkle Glasses are supposed to be a pre-emptive strike against the signs of aging. The massaging ridges on the inside of the frames are meant to stimulate and lift the area around the eyes and keep it from sagging as well as help improve the issues that have already developed. They only have to be worn for 5 minutes a day, so you can probably keep this unconventional beauty regimen under wraps pretty easily.
It is an interesting idea and at least is only a onetime cost and does not involve any needles or cutting. They are reportedly very popular in Japan.
Source: ChipChick.com and Amazon.com