Janice Lewis is the perfect example of what retirement really looks like in this day and age. She became eligible for retirement and social security at the age of 65 but realized that she couldn't lead the lifestyle she was used to on such a low income. Faced with the decision of retiring or remaining a professional hairstylist, she picked the latter.
She knew that remaining in this line of work meant she had to focus on the way she looked and ensure she remained as youthful looking as possible. Nowadays clients are more likely to flock to younger "edgier" looking stylists than to the older stylist's chair. Determined to remain successful in the industry, she began to do research on surgery-free ways to give her aging skin a boost of youth.
After spending countless amounts of hours researching this topic, she reached a point where she just wanted to give up. Almost everywhere she looked, people were telling her that facelifts and injections were her only hope. It wasn't until one day when she found herself in her dentist's waiting room watching a celebrity doctor's television program that she realized there was still hope.
The doctor revealed that the secret to the reversal of wrinkles and sagging skin consisted of a scientific cocktail of youth preserving ingredients that had undergone years of clinical and government testing that dermatologists don't want the public to know about.
Meeting Janice was shocking to say the least. She was nothing like what he expected. Her skin was smooth, her hair was cut into a youthful style, yet she hadn't died her gray hairs. The room smelled of jasmine and clean linens and open windows.
“It’s almost embarrassing, how simple it is,” she said in low tones. “It’s just one easy secret.” She waved her hand in a formless gesture. She looked almost embarrassed.
Well. She looked almost embarrassed, and she looked around 40-45 years old. That was why I had come.
“Of course,” I said. “I’ve heard that.”
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