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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 sidsmom said:

I mentioned this on the other thread....I think she has a boat load of make up & false eyelashes on...and maybe gained a little weight. If she 'did' her eyes, it can change everything. Who was that actress that recently had a change in look? It was the eyes...nothing else.

Her sweet personality is still the same...lovely.

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No ton-age of makeup is going to make her look like she is now.

Another snake oil salesperson.

Now is she sold a face lift....

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Sometimes hooded eyes affect the eyesight. My dh had his upper lids done on advice of his eye Dr. The insurance paid for it. It's a peripheral vision problem.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/29/2014 evelomaddict said:

i think she looks beautiful.

I do too and whatever she's doing... and whatever she's using... can I get some.

Skincare only goes so far, not hypocritical at all...


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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 raven-blackbird said:
On 12/29/2014 Buck-i-Nana said:
On 12/29/2014 birddrops said:

Posters are flipping out in the Beauty Forum. Personally, I don't think it is hypocritical of her at all. Her products are skincare products, enabling users to have nice and/or beautiful skin.

There is no product that will keep one's face from falling, due to gravity. Hence, a facelift. Two completely different issues, in my opinion.

Ah, but she markets many products that she claims help the skin to defy gravity, maintain elasticity and increase firmness. Obviously they don't work well enough for her to have avoided having plastic surgery!

I think the important word here is..................helps.............no one can claim to turn the clock back............no topical treatment can repair years of damage or neglect.........what some products CAN do is slow down the process or give a temporary reprieve and that's about it................................................................raven

Ahh, but the thing is, she has always stressed PREVENTION. She maintained that the sooner you start the better. Her message always seemed to be that while you can see reduction in the "appearance" of fine lines and wrinkles if you've not been a regular user and already have signs of age, you shouldn't wait until you see them as prevention is the key. She maintained that with her products you could PREVENT the signs of aging.

Now, obviously, she's been using her products for a very very long time, yet it didn't prevent aging enough to avoid plastic surgery. IMHO, it's primarily genetics plus adding moisture when needed.

She now looks like Cheryl Ladd, not Dr. Denese. That's fine, if that makes her happy. I prefer to always look like ME. I also think there is nothing more beautiful than an older lady who has aged gracefully and has a lovely face that shows she loved and continues to love life and embrace the changes.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 twopeas said:
On 12/29/2014 birddrops said:

Posters are flipping out in the Beauty Forum. Personally, I don't think it is hypocritical of her at all. Her products are skincare products, enabling users to have nice and/or beautiful skin.

There is no product that will keep one's face from falling, due to gravity. Hence, a facelift. Two completely different issues, in my opinion.

ITA.

This is my opinion as well.

I also think she looks great.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 BeckiWV said:
On 12/30/2014 twopeas said:
On 12/29/2014 birddrops said:

Posters are flipping out in the Beauty Forum. Personally, I don't think it is hypocritical of her at all. Her products are skincare products, enabling users to have nice and/or beautiful skin.

There is no product that will keep one's face from falling, due to gravity. Hence, a facelift. Two completely different issues, in my opinion.

ITA.

This is my opinion as well.

I also think she looks great.

She looks stunning...the eyes look a little tight but maybe they are like leather shoes they break in. She truly looks beautiful to my eyes.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 Buck-i-Nana said:
On 12/30/2014 raven-blackbird said:
On 12/29/2014 Buck-i-Nana said:
On 12/29/2014 birddrops said:

Posters are flipping out in the Beauty Forum. Personally, I don't think it is hypocritical of her at all. Her products are skincare products, enabling users to have nice and/or beautiful skin.

There is no product that will keep one's face from falling, due to gravity. Hence, a facelift. Two completely different issues, in my opinion.

Ah, but she markets many products that she claims help the skin to defy gravity, maintain elasticity and increase firmness. Obviously they don't work well enough for her to have avoided having plastic surgery!

I think the important word here is..................helps.............no one can claim to turn the clock back............no topical treatment can repair years of damage or neglect.........what some products CAN do is slow down the process or give a temporary reprieve and that's about it................................................................raven

Ahh, but the thing is, she has always stressed PREVENTION. She maintained that the sooner you start the better. Her message always seemed to be that while you can see reduction in the "appearance" of fine lines and wrinkles if you've not been a regular user and already have signs of age, you shouldn't wait until you see them as prevention is the key. She maintained that with her products you could PREVENT the signs of aging.

Now, obviously, she's been using her products for a very very long time, yet it didn't prevent aging enough to avoid plastic surgery. IMHO, it's primarily genetics plus adding moisture when needed.

She now looks like Cheryl Ladd, not Dr. Denese. That's fine, if that makes her happy. I prefer to always look like ME. I also think there is nothing more beautiful than an older lady who has aged gracefully and has a lovely face that shows she loved and continues to love life and embrace the changes.

I am glad you said Cheryl Ladd - I was trying to think of who she looks like in that picture and that's it. I think she looks kind of waxy and looks like every Real Housewife of the OC or Beverly Hills.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

On 12/30/2014 Its Better To Be Naughty said:
On 12/30/2014 BeckiWV said:
On 12/30/2014 twopeas said:
On 12/29/2014 birddrops said:

Posters are flipping out in the Beauty Forum. Personally, I don't think it is hypocritical of her at all. Her products are skincare products, enabling users to have nice and/or beautiful skin.

There is no product that will keep one's face from falling, due to gravity. Hence, a facelift. Two completely different issues, in my opinion.

ITA.

This is my opinion as well.

I also think she looks great.

She looks stunning...the eyes look a little tight but maybe they are like leather shoes they break in. She truly looks beautiful to my eyes.

Ok, I am glad you think she looks stunning. To me she looks more stunned than stunning but that's why I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Smile

She was always a lovely lady but now she looks desperate to turn back the clock and it really says nothing for her skin care products that she touted prevented lines, wrinkles and sagging.

I have been following her dietary program for years now (the one she discussed in her book) and that did help me to age more slowly. But putting the knife to my face so I can look like some housewife of whatever....never going to happen. Dr. Denese should have left well enough alone. Now she just looks like a shadow of herself.

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

Of course she hasn't had work done. Don't you believe it?

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Re: Dr. Denese has a new face

Is that why she's been gone for so long?