Joanne Katsigiannis of Bensenville, Ill., applies a facial moisturizing cream at her boyfriend's home in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005. Some young adults say they want to reverse the effects the sun has already had on their skin. Others already are feeling social pressure to retain their fresh-faced looks. "Instead of starting when you're 40 or 45, you might as well start now," says Katsigiannis.
Joanne Katsigiannis of Bensenville, Ill., applies a facial moisturizing cream at her boyfriend's home in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005. Some young adults say they want to reverse the effects the sun has already had on their skin. Others already are feeling social pressure to retain their fresh-faced looks. "Instead of starting when you're 40 or 45, you might as well start now," says Katsigiannis. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ AP File Photo
Joanne Katsigiannis of Bensenville, Ill., applies a facial moisturizing cream at her boyfriend's home in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005. Some young adults say they want to reverse the effects the sun has already had on their skin. Others already are feeling social pressure to retain their fresh-faced looks. "Instead of starting when you're 40 or 45, you might as well start now," says Katsigiannis. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ AP File Photo