Deep Glamour readers Olivia N., Meredith W. and Michele G. are the winners of Wei King's chestnut collection skincare (we were deluged with emails, and so picked the first three from different time zones.) Thanks to everyone who entered.
But, if scientists at Case Western Reserve U. are telling the truth, I probably should have sent out packets of snickerdoodles and deep-fried Snickers. A study of twins showed that a few extra pounds smooths out the wrinkles, and makes you look younger, at least after 40. A casual glance around any mall proves this to be true--all those skinny Minnies have lines and crinkles where their well-padded sisters have smooth cheeks and foreheads. Of course, smoking and tanning will age the skin, and the study also found that treating depression with medications will make you look older.
So, what's a lady to do? If you don't smoke, go to the beach and/or eat full-fat ice cream, you could get depressed, take Prozac and look just as haggard as if you'd done all those bad things in the first place. Fat and happy seems to be the way to eternal youth. Tell Oprah to calm down.