Some women are willing to try anything if it means shaving a few years off their appearance. Pun intended.

Who would've thought that men held the key to anti-aging for all these shaving their face? Skin experts are suggesting that a daily shave is the secret to preventing the aging process. They say shaving is like a mild form of microdermabrasion, it exfoliates the top layer of the skin and encourages collagen production; which reduces wrinkles.

But doesn't your hair grow back thicker and darker when you shave? Great question. Doctors like Dr. Prager say, "The notion that shaving influences regrowth is wrong."  The peach fuzz you have on your face doesn't become dark and course because it's a different type of hair.

Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Cleopatra apparently shaved their faces back in the day and it’s now big business as new shaving products aimed at women become available.

You're probably going to laugh at me for telling you this, but I've shaved my face before. Ok, well, maybe not quite like how a guy shaves his face, but I've used my husband's electric razor to trim all my peach fuzz. It didn't make me look any younger, but I broke out pretty bad. Maybe I did it wrong?


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