If anything, aside from slaughtered haikus seen above, Wilde's prose is a moral which you are affecting on life. Yes, it is a moral about vanity and the cost thereof. Your point?
In case you missed it, watch Steve Martin's L.A. Story with a lyrical eye. The 'graveyard scene', taken from Shakespeare's Hamlet, should give some perception into the age-old battle of true age verses visible age, and the steps the vain undertake to prevent being true to themselves.
Some people age very gracefully. The rest of us sods age with the help of vitamins, herbs, salves, ointments, spas and medical proceedures, to the best our personal budgets/credit can support, in order to 'look our best' before the undertaker's assistant plops that first shovel of damp sod upon our overpriced casket as we become egalitarian.