Cosmetics and social pressure  

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I've always opined that when people want to look nice, they're doing it to please others, not themselves. If you feel judged when you don't look good and as a result start to beautify yourself to remove that negative feeling and also to make yourself feel better, you're ultimately doing it to please others, aren't you?
As such, I've been thinking, (WHOA, I'M THINKING!), living in the city, how many people actually stop and stare at your face, taking in every detail? Do they notice your flaws? Of course they do. E.g. pimples, acne, moles, etc. But what about the not so noticeable ones like wrinkles? Especially wrinkles around the eyes. Does it justify buying eye wrinkle cream then?

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