Self-Acceptance on Camera

I am 55 years old and grew up with weight issues. I never appreciated how great I looked (even when a few pounds overweight) and now I find myself aging and having a hard time adjusting to my looks when I see myself on Skype and Zoom. I have bags under my eyes (allergies and aging) and when not smiling I have the aging face droop. I don’t have a real issue with my looks when just looking in a mirror–I often think I’m looking good on a particular day. This is an issue for me as I am involved in several video conferences. I spend the whole time on screen pre-occupied with looking at the little box of me and changing my angle, smiling, etc. It really takes away from the content I can absorb. What are some bridging thoughts that can get me to self-acceptance and comfort with this communication medium?