What Women See

Have you looked in the mirror lately? Not surprisingly, there is an increasing number of Women experiencing body dysmorphia, a condition in which you see yourself larger, more wrinkly, saggier or older than you really are. On average, women look in the mirror 8 times a day. Over all,  3/4 of Women dislike looking in the mirror with 39% of us saying looking in the mirror affects our confidence. We’re here to tell you you should. In our experience, the relationship we have with ourself plays an important role in our happiness and the way we feel about ourselves as we age. We want you to look in the mirror and think about all the things you love about yourself, particularly, how you’re ageing.  Do you have beautiful lips? Long luscious eyelashes? High cheek bones, incredible brows or a smooth, soft complexion? Look at all the things you love about your face; your smile lines, frown lines, scars or sunspots, and think about all the wonderful experiences and people that have made your laugh lines a little deeper.. Today, send some love your way!

Here are a few stats on what women see:

What we see when we look in the mirror:


Grateful: 52.2%

Satisfied: 46.1%

Self-conscious: 32.6%

Dissatisfied: 28.7%

Happy: 27.4%


Self-conscious: 50%

Satisfied: 42.9%

Grateful: 40.5%

Happy: 36.9%

Dissatisfied: 26.2%
When women were asked if they were concerned about ageing, here’s what they had to say..

60s: 67.6% yes

Teens: 43.2% yes

When Women were asked if they had ever considered plastic surgery, here’s what they had to say…

60s: 43.7%

Teens: 45.5%

We would love to hear what you have to say about ageing, leave a comment and let us know all the things you love about yourself!

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