But can you blame them?
Of course there are many women who, genetically blessed, have few wrinkles and full usage of collagen at the age of 40 plus, but most women just don't.
When I was a child, red-headed and very pale in a family of dark haired and darker complexions, my mom did slap sun screen on me on summer beach vacations, rarely at home, but only because the sun burns hurt and were a nuisance, not because we knew or cared that the damage would age us later in life. And back then sun screen wasn't as high as it is today. SF 10 was considered high and 15 was almost a sun blocker. 50 was unheard of.
Most women I know do look their age, even though some are very attractive. I know very few who really look 15 -20 years younger.
However even here on this board, where we are a bunch of fairly level-headed people (compared to the lunatics you find else where on the internet) so very often you see a post saying that "Ghee, she looks old, I am 10 years older and look better".
Add to the perpetual scrutiny the praise of "yummy mummy", when someone looks fitter than an Olympic athlete a mere fortnight after giving birth and you have an environment in which women have a very hard time aging naturally and to accept what they look like.
Oh, these are all really good points, of course, and perfectly true. This is why I'm VERY glad I'm not being constantly photographed, because I'm pretty hard on myself anyway, and being bombarded with images of myself from every conceivable angle and making every possible facial expression, and having hundreds or thousands or millions of people picking those images to shreds online every day, would be my worst nightmare. Ageing in the glare of the spotlight must be awful.
However, if you're already young and fairly conventionally attractive and you STILL do all that sh*t to your face? That speaks to something being wrong in your head. In my opinion. I won't name names, and I imagine I don't have to.