This video from FoxNews.com called Futuristic Facelift (please watch!!) discusses a new way to eliminate wrinkles and signs of aging by using your own stem cells so that there are no nasty reactions that some people get from artificial fillers such as Botox.
It appears that over the past decade, society has become very anxious about signs of aging. Rather than embracing age, denying its signs and fighting for artificial youth is almost becoming a norm in American society. I postulate that hiding age could cause a vicious cycle of anxiety concerning older age and cause more harm than good for one's psychological well-being. The desire to look younger is natural, but when does it go too far? When is it neurotic?
Whatever happened to the mindset of earning your wrinkles and gray hairs?