Face it, you are cute. As my Mother used to say, “After looking at the same face in the mirror for so many years, you sort of get used to it, and it begins to grow on you.” It’s true. You have your certain something - your own cuteness factor. Studies may claim that it is possible to deduce universal cuteness down to a science: the size of the eyes, the distance between the eyes, etc. But why (pray tell) do some women think that an artificially puffed up upper lip looks good? Believe it or not, Kelly Lebrock was actually born with those lips! I was reminded the other day when I did a store training that many women call our Anti-Wrinkle Serum their “natural golden Botox,” (which I’m actually ok with). One woman named Jennifer swears that even after smoking for years, when she applies Duchess Marden’s Anti-Wrinkle Serum around her mouth, her lips are full and wonderful. A very young woman approached me at the tail end of the training and smiled sheepishly. “I’m just over 20, and I have this line across my forehead.” She swept her long fine brown hair away for a brief moment to share. “My Dad says it’s from moving my brows up and down,” she told me. I was told that your Anti-Wrinkle Serum could help. “Yes, it is healthy, and can certainly improve the texture of your skin,” I told her, but let me share something too.” I showed her my own forehead. “My Mom used to tell me the same thing, but I can’t help it, I’m simply very expressive with my face,” I told her. Amuse yourself. Next time you are extremely angry, and aware of your scowl, run to a mirror and look at your face, and especially at your exaggerated facial lines. Now smile. You are still cute, even when you try not to be. But yes, Anti-Wrinkle Serum helps!