In your 20s, you may be crabby about a full, fat face and how it makes you look portly in pictures. But when in your 40s, you'll be among the lucky few who are still enjoying voluminous cheeks. For at this age, most of those who enjoyed a shapely face with defined cheekbones are having troubles with volume loss and a hollow and sagging appearance. When the inevitable volume depletion kicks in, those with a plump and round face are likely to get defined cheekbones, but most others are finding ways to make the face pretty and firm like before.
WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR FACE OVER THE YEARS?
Facial volume loss occurs from the time we lose our baby fat, which is usually in the twenties, but in most people, it only begins to become evident during middle age. And gravity alone is not to blame.
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