If it's not one thing, it's dr. Brian Glatt!

A certain Dr. Brian S.Glatt came up with a whole new danger to be scared about: 'Runner's Face'. Forty-plus women who run, face this dreaded Runner's Face.

It's a well known fact that when you burn fat, you don't always burn it where you wánt to burn it. And as a forty-plus runner you risk burning the fat in your face, therefore making yourself look old before your time. Oh goody.

Dr. Brian Glatt explains:

Runner’s face generally occurs in both men and women ages 40+ who exercise to improve their body, and in doing so end up with a skeletal and bony face. When exercising, an athlete burns off fat beneath the layers of his/her skin. The marked loss of fatty tissue results in a loss of volume which leads to a prominent appearance of the bones, accelerated development of skin laxity and deepening of wrinkles. Though you may look like a 20-year-old from the neck down—your face will easily give away your age.

After scaring everybody, dr. Brian Glatt kindly offers a solution: botox or another injectable. It's a surefire way to make money: create a need by scaring people, then sell the remedy.

But if you're not scared, you can just slather on a good sun screen and use a hat to protect your face from the sun. That way you ensure your runner's face stays a happy face. That's what I intend to do!


Christy @ My Dirt Road Anthem: A Runner's Blog said...

Plastic surgery and botox solves everything. Hahaha

Robin said...

If it would just suck the fat out of the bags under my eyes, now that would be good! Unfortunately you can't select the location. This is true thoug, you go out and you can often tell who's a runner by looking at their face.

fancy nancy said...

I'm more than willing to redistribute fat from other parts of my body to my face!! I will take the risk of runner's face though!!

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