Letter: Nothing 'super' about looking younger than you are

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THE PEOPLE in Geraldine Bedell's article do look their age.

They may not look like the popular stereotypes of particular ages, but, unless they've had plastic surgery, they must look like what they are. Is there a British standard for ages? Or is the Government going to introduce testing at certain ages to make sure that all 50, 60, 70-year-olds, etc, reach agreed standards?

Will those of us who fail to come up to scratch in these tests be given a little remedial wrinkling?

When are we going to accept that all people are individuals and throughout our lives we change and develop at different rates?

Dianne Norton

London SW19