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For women in their thirties and forties, “It’s about missing what we used to look like five years ago, because I think all we do is look at social media, our own pictures on cameras. We’re so hyper-focused on looking at ourselves, and I think that’s probably the bane of our existence — on a Zoom call, on FaceTime, on a video chat,” says Dr. Rosy Sandhu, director of Boston-based Neem Medical Spa. “We’re competing with our younger self, more than anything else.”