However, you are 35 -- just as a kindly reminder you will begin going downhill quickly at some point after you turn 40 anyway. You might be able to stretch this to 45 if you're lucky, but it will happen. You can fixate on Botox at that time or just go with the flow and accept your fate and date others of the same age and predisposition.
Just keep fit, eat healthy and be optimistic about the present and future. Good living tends to show on the face and body.
I agree I wouldn't want to be "marked" by any disease in my appearance. But on the other hand, so what if one is. When you actually do date and want a relationship, you'll have to disclose, no mater how you look. So at that point, if the potential partner can't deal with an HIV+ partner, it won't matter how handsome you are.
And since you really didn't talk about handsome, you talked about looking fit and healthy. I know guys who have had HIV a long time and have lipo AND they look "fit and healthy". Because they are fit and healthy. It does happen that there are middle aged HIV+ people who are much more fit and healthy than average schlubs. Take care of yourself and you will be fine.