It never comes as a surprise to hear people complain about or show some dissatisfaction with their God-given features. One young lady wishes she had blue eyes rather than brown or a young man complains that he would prefer to have straight hair not the curly version he was born with, which his friends and family admire. Even those of us in our 30s, 40s and beyond express some annoyance about a personal attribute that is not distinctive enough for our liking. Such a negative approach to life leads to depression. Accept what you are blessed with and make a positive effort to improve it.
How does one improve looks, appearance and attitude? Not without some discomfort and being human, few of us take kindly to that. It requires effort on our part. It is true that there is no gain without pain. Everything we achieve in life is gained only by sustained and earnest endeavour. Even the most slovenly members of society try to smarten their appearance on occasions. What therefore, drives people to improve and show off their presentation to the rest of the human race?
In most cases people are driven by pride, knowing that the way they look affects them. You know that you want to react with others in a way that makes you feel accepted. You find you attract people to you when you are well groomed. Having a clean appearance, meaning not only your dress but your well-looked-after features, says much about you.
You will from time to time be congratulated on your looks, your dress and your figure but nobody will tell you directly if you are dirty and untidy. Several times daily everyone is making judgments on one thing or another without ever communicating. Because nobody tells you, it does not mean that everything about you is alright. You must take stock yourself and do something positive about it.
The way you look after your skin shows you have self-respect and in return people, including friends and family will respect you for it. That should increase your self-confidence and will undoubtedly influence others. You create an image that makes you stand in a crowd. Your influence will encourage others to follow your good example. In effect you are creating a better environment for all humanity.
The way you dress and how you care for your skin and health in general brings into play many personal traits of character. Outside influences exert their power over you but it is your decisions, and only yours that have the final say.
It boils down to personal choice and as far as dress is concerned only you know what suits you comfortably. My only suggestion is that before you make a decision on skin care treatments, give some thought to the products that can improve your looks beyond your expectations. They are all on my website.