Aging well is a nice (I'd dare: polite) thing to say when meeting an older person who dind't change much since the last meeting (i.e. several years ago) or perhaps even looking better than last time.
The weird thing is that the literal translation to Portuguese, envelhecendo bem, seems to me to have the opposite meaning: that person got a lot older...
Is this true? I mean, if I say this to my friend's grandpa will they think I'm insulting him?
Are there alternative expressions in Portuguese?