Does it bother you when someone tells you that you look good “for your age” …? It’s never bothered me that much, but a recent survey came out that shows that most women would rather not have a compliment at all, rather than have “for your age” tacked to the end of one. I think it’s a good place to start discussing how we talk about aging in our culture!
This post was sponsored by RoC skincare. I agreed to do it because I wanted to get my readers’ opinion about the language we use to discuss aging. Also, I respect that RoC doesn’t promise miracles for a fortune, but rather just healthy sensible skincare that leaves skin brighter and smoother.
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