Monday, 19 July 2010

Women's natural skin care 'at its best at 31'

Posted by Alison Paquette

A new natural beauty products study has found that women are perceived to look their best when at the age of 31.

The research, commissioned by shopping channel QVC, polled 2,000 people and also found that the reasons behind the age choice are that though many women have had children at this age, they have more youthful beauty, more confidence and a better sense of style.

It was also found that more than half of the women surveyed agreed that as they have aged they have shed their insecurities and embraced their natural skin care and 55 per cent felt that they knew their makeup choices better.

When asked as to what constitutes as making a woman attractive, 70 per cent of respondents cited confidence, while 67 per cent stated physical natural beauty and 47 per cent said style.

Julia Roberts, who is now in her 40's, recently told Female First that she is happier in her own skin than ever before and is finding joy at taking up modelling at her age.

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