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The author of the bestselling French Women Don't Get Fat shares the secrets and strategies of aging with attitude, joy, and no surgery.

With her signature blend of wit, no-nonsense advice, and storytelling flair, Mireille Guiliano returns with a delightful, encouraging take on beauty and aging for our times. For anyone who has ever spent the equivalent of a mortgage payment on anti-aging lotions or procedures, dressed inappropriate for their age, gained a little too much in the middle, or accidentally forgot how to flirt, here is a proactive way to stay looking and feeling great, without resorting to "the knife"-a French woman's most guarded beauty secrets revealed for the benefit of us all!

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    Fantastique!

    While not quite a life-changing as her first, this book has some amazing suggestion to age with attitude. If only all women could live as simply and as well.

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    Good Advice for Some

    While I enjoy this author's advice and perspective and respect her views and experience very much, I found myself looking to identify with her in some way. As a mom of a young child in my late 40's, (a more common demographic as career women look to start families later in life), apart from the recipes and some good points on skin care and exercise, I was unable to relate to her. I guess I was hoping the advice would touch more upon how to age gracefully despite the rigors of having to put others (small children and family) before oneself. I don't split my time between New York, Paris and Provence, a charmed lifestyle of which by it`s own virtue would take years off one`s life (and consequently, one`s face). Of course, the author can only impart her own experience, and so I will take on some of the more practical advice as it relates to me. Interesting read overall.

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