Great question but there isn’t a simple answer. It totally depends on what your 50-year-old face is like, and what is bothering you about your looks, and what you’re prepared to do about it. Some people hate their frown lines. Other people are more bothered by a sagging jawline, or a weak chin, or pigmentation marks. So you need to be a bit more specific. Have a look around on the site, see whether skincare could help you, and if you are up for tweakments, you are in the right place to start your research. Then, your best bet is to book in for a consultation with a great practitioner (lots of them on here) and discuss your concerns with them, and see what they suggest.
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