Growing old is a guarantee, so how one ages is dependant on genes, lifestyle, and ones environment. No one person can stop the aging process, but nowadays one can slow it down. There is a wide array of products sold over the counter, on the television, and even on the internet, yet which one does a person choose? Does one buy it, and does it really work? Aging occurs in almost every aspect of one’s life, and to some skin aging is most important. The impact of print ads, individual responsibility and accountability, and the ethical approach were all researched over a period of five weeks. The findings foolish as it may seem are that millions of people buy anti-aging products everyday in the belief it will one help look young. Impact of print advertisements on aging skin
Aging skin print advertisements in magazines and catalogs have a big impact on society. There are hundreds of advertisements for aging skin care products. Many of which can be found while looking through men’s and women’s magazines like Maxim, Glamour, Allure, and Elle. Catalogs like Avon and Mary Kay also have advertisements for aging skin care products. Most aging skin care magazine advertisements are promoting products that will help the fight against fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, dullness of the skin, and dry skin. The ads will also have a picture of a women or man with smooth, flawless looking skin. These aging skin care ads also may say that there aging skin care product is the best on the shelves, trying to convince the consumer’s to purchase that exact product. The consumer’s, being people in society, should be cautious in choosing an aging skin care product. People should research the products themselves. People in society almost seem to be obsessed with having youthful looking skin. Advertisements feed off of society’s need to look younger. Individual responsibility and accountability
When a person grows up it is expected that he or she has become responsible. To be...
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