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Don’t Tell Women They Look Good for Their Age

Let’s talk about the message behind the message.

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I’m Italian. I have inherited my dad’s good skin. I wear a hat in the sun. I smear a whole myriad of things on my face every day that include vitamin C, collagen peptides, hyaluronic acid, retinol, niacinamide, and rosehip oil. I spend 30 minutes a day on a rowing machine while watching Ted Lasso.




For women in their 30s & 40s or whatever. If the internet doesn’t think you’re cool anymore, we do.

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Vanessa Torre

Vanessa Torre

Writer, editor, plant junkie, music fan, and host of 🎙 I Hadn’t Considered That, a podcast about perspectives.

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