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Procedures Safe for the Summertime!

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I am always amazed by how summer feels as though it is coming to an end as soon as the calendar hits August. Although it may feel like the “dog darn days of summer” are over, half of the summer still remains! I would like to ...

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Summer Scape: Tips for a Beautiful, Carefree Summer Season

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. Summer Scape: Tips for a Beautiful, Carefree Summer Season

COOL AS A CUCUMBER: No More Embarrassment with Excessive Sweat

Did you know that according to recent statistics, more than 3% of the American population (8 million people) suffer from excessive sweating: sweat that stains your clothing, ruins relationships and can complicate your business and social interactions. Imagine being decked out in your favorite ...

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Beautifeye: Top Tips for Beautiful, Healthy Eyes

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. Beautifeye: Top Tips for Beautiful, Healthy Eyes

Did you know…that the eyes are not only the “windows into our soul”, but are usually the first area on the face to show signs of aging? As we age, the texture and integrity of the skin around the eyes is lost, resulting in a less than refreshed and youthful appearance. In addition to the ...

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CELEBRATING MOM: Reflections on this Special Woman In Your Life

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. CELEBRATING MOM: Reflections on this Special Woman In Your Life

My mother has been a tremendous source of inspiration in my life and is the reason I incorporated the concept of wellness into my practice. I still remember the first meditation retreat we attended together four years ago around Mother’s Day at Peace Village in New York. My mother had ...

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COUNTDOWN TO GORGEOUS For the Bride & For You Too!

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. COUNTDOWN TO GORGEOUS For the Bride & For You Too!

As the month of June approaches, many of you will be attending weddings of friends and loved ones. And for some, planning for “the happiest day of your life” has already begun. Amidst preparations for the perfect venue, your bridal gown, the guest list, and a myriad of other details, this is a ...

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Halting the Aging Process with Antioxidants for the Body and Skin

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. Halting the Aging Process with Antioxidants for the Body and Skin

ANTIOXIDANTS FOR THE BODY: You Are What You Eat

An array of colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet every day will help your source antioxidants, mainly from the phytonutrients (plant based nutrients) that they contain. These foods are also a good source of other antioxidants such as Vitamins A, C, and ...

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Is your décolleté making you look ten years older?

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Ultherapy before and after photo

Women often forget to protect their upper chest when applying sunscreen to their face and neck. As a result of sun exposure and sleep position, they start to see signs of aging in this area as early as their 30’s. There is no other treatment that treats the lines and wrinkles in the décolleté or upper chest ...

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What is Ultherapy?

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BEAUTY AND HEALTH. What is Ultherapy?

As women age, I frequently hear complaints about sagging skin, lines and wrinkles, and the changes that occur south of the chin. The smooth, taut skin of youth has changed and we begin to lose the crisp, clean jawline of our mid-twenties. ...

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Effects of the Sun on Wrinkles and Sagging Skin

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Upon exposure to the sun, the harmful UV rays damage the existing collagen and elastin in your dermis (deeper layer of your skin) which gives your skin elasticity and support. The less collagen and elastin you have, the more likely you are to produce wrinkles and develop sagging skin.

Again, it is important to protect your skin ...

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Sun Spots or Age Spots?

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Sun Spots
The top layer of our skin (epidermis) produces a substance called melanin that gives your skin its normal color. The more melanin in the skin, the darker the skin appears and the more protection it provides against sun damage. Thus, certain ethnic groups such as South Asians, Latin Americans, and Middle-Easterners tend to have more melanin in their skin. ...

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