A little baby fat goes a long way as you age

       
February 16th, 2011 | Contributed by:

A little baby fat goes a long way as you ageAfter spending so many of our younger years focusing exclusively on slimming down, it can come as somewhat of a surprise to women that a little plumpness can do a world of good as aging begins. Sofia Vergara certainly knows this, and she made sure to mention it during an interview with Shape magazine.

"I don't ever want to get super skinny. I think when women reach a certain age, they look better with a little fat in their face. I'm lucky I'm Latin because people expect me to be a bit more plump," she told the news outlet.

Latin or not, women who are approaching their 40s begin to lose critical moisture and fat in their faces, which, if taken to an extreme, can make you look withered and old. What used to be baby fat in your 20s can be your greatest beauty antidote in a few years, but even if you don't have a lot in terms of natural defenses, there are products you can use to boost your collagen levels.

Peter Thomas Roth Mega Rich Intensive Anti-Aging Cellular Creme comes with active peptides to promote collagen and elastin synthesis to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

If you're looking for a boost to tired-looking skin, opt for a vitamin C serum you can apply before bed.

       

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