(THIS guy wasn't part of the study.........)
CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton said on an episode of "The Early Show" this is particularly the case around the mouth and nose for women. As women age, Ashton explained, the muscles pull in closer to the mouth, and cause wrinkles.
But what about shaving - does that make a difference? (Well, ya....if you're a woman!)
Ashton said the study didn't address hair, but added there are theories that hair follicles give more structure to the skin.(Well, I've got MANY more hair follicles now than I EVER did! Especially on my chinny-chin-chin!)
Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.- Mark Twain
Brooke Shields: Now here's a woman with good genes! Great looking skin. Could scads of money have anything to do with it?
What's a woman to do? There are more anti-aging, anti-wrinkle products on the market than there are wrinkles on our collective faces! And we're spending tons of money on these products!