I discovered the Red Pill when I was 19, and I have lived in fear of aging ever since. So I have spent the past 8 years wearing sunscreen every two hours, eating 100% clean food (not even birthday cake), drinking minimally, and going to bed on time. I also began anti-aging skin products at 25. Like I was American Psycho-level about it, drinking collagen and refusing to go outside without my sun umbrella.
I'll turn 27 on May 29th, and I looked at myself in the mirror. I look literally the exact same as I did at 19. I have pictures, and there's no difference, except that I have more abs. The only difference is that I have two lines under each eye, and they are very small. I'm a graduate student, and everyone thinks that I'm 20 and is surprised to hear my true age.
Many of my friends, both male and female, have aged horribly. Like, they look like they're in their mid-30s at 25-26 because of poor skincare and diet and health. I know people think the Wall is just for women, but many of my male friends, especially the ones who smoked pot/were more hippie, look bad .
So I don't know if this comforts anyone, but the Wall has to do more with your life choices than it does age. I know eventually my beauty will fade, but it's not happening now, like I thought it would. It's possible that it's because of my genetics (even though I'm snow white, my mom is Mediterranean), but I really am surprised to see how much good diet and exercise improved my chances.