Change My Face
Change My Face provides innovative ageing software allowing people to visualise themselves in the future and showing effects of lifestyle such as drinking, smoking, tanning, diet, stress and pollution. We make software for education, science, health, pensions and HR. Our apps have been no.1 in 16 countries, achieving over 1 million downloads and reaching out to a global audience.

Innovative lifestyle software for adults and children

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Ageing in Style

👤 🕔 September 19, 2016 Comments Off on Ageing in Style

Most of our work is about age progression & lifestyle, all of which is driven by our genes, DNA, upbringing and attitude to life. Although the same things happen physically to all of us as we age such as gravity, repeated use of facial muscles etc we still age in our own unique way and at different speeds. Although it’s now known from research that our life expectancy can be affected by outside influences such as poverty, stress, divorce, happiness, wealth, illness etc  I believe attitude plays the biggest part in embracing the ageing process. While the media likes to dictate how we should look when we’re young and how we should age (or rather not age), our big life decisions will have an impact on the way we age and look. Let’s give ourselves a break and let our decisions be part of who we are and how we look as we grow old beautifully and in our own way.

Let’s celebrate our differences – after all we’re all unique.

Influential: Iris Apfel (pictured), who is 90, has inspired a range of glasses. Created by Eyebobs, a U.S. eye wear brand, the frames are similar to her own

Growing old in style: Iris Apfel