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Now that you are about to ditch your winter coat and start craving salad instead of soup do not leave your skin care routine behind. Your face will be less dry in the summer so ditch those heavy winter moisturizers too! You can lighten up your look by replacing your heavy moisturizer with a lightweight oil free hydrator and switching from a thick foundation to an oil free mineral tinted moisturizer. Your skins hydration level naturally increases in summer from sweat and oil production as well as fact that the humidity helps your skin retain more moisture than in cold weather.
Comfort is one reason to switch your skin care regimen, but healthy-looking skin is another key factor. Heavy emulsified moisturizers in the summer can cause extra sweat and bacteria to sit on the surface of the skin. The added sweat, oil and bacteria can result in clogged pores and excess oiliness. So to avoid bothersome breakouts and achieve that fresh dewy summer look, trade in your heavy creams and foundations and opt for lightweight skin care this summer!
Age Gracefully with Exercise
Everyone knows that exercise can help you lose weight, tone up, and look great. Something you may not know is that exercise also plays a role in slowing down the aging process. As we are all living longer, it has never been more important to exercise into our later years in order to maintain strength and endurance. In order to reap the anti-aging benefits of exercise, one does not have to run five miles a day, or have a vigorous work out regimen. For an older person who has not exercised much in his or her life, taking 30 minute walks or gardening can provide great health benefits and prolong the quality of life. As we age aerobic activity is not enough in order to achieve optimal results because aerobic exercise alone does not help to support our muscles or weight. Not only does strength training decreases the chances of developing arthritis or joint problems but it also is crucial because it increases balance, strength, and improves posture. All of these are important factors in keeping your body as young as it can be so get to the gym and start working on a younger body today..
Due to the new policies of the following companies, we are not allowed to advertise our discounts for them online. For all our loyal customers, we are very proud to offer the opportunity to still receive great discounts. Simply type the following coupon code during checkout on any of the following product lines:
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La Roche Posay - "larocheposay" - 10% off
SkinCeuticals - "skinceuticals" - 10% off
Cellex-C - "Cellex-C" - 10% off
Revivogen - "Revivogen" - 10% off
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Women and men who have loose upper buttock skin and fat that is concentrated in the back and upper buttock can benefit from excisional back lipectomy (butt lift). These traits are sometimes inherited. In other instances, substantial weight loss may cause the back and upper buttock skin to become flaccid. A butt lift also can tighten muscles that have been separated and weakened by pregnancy. The procedure may somewhat improve the appearance of stretch marks, especially those located in the lower back.
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Make sure you chose a board certified plastic surgeon. A call to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons or ASPS at 1-888-4-PLASTIC (ie. 1-888-475-2784) can tell you which doctors are legitimate plastic surgeons with outstanding qualifications. You can also visit the ASPS web site at www.plasticsurgery.org. The ASPS is the only one of the 24 boards approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties that certifies physicians in plastic surgery of the face and all areas of the body.
To help you in making your decision, please click here to check out the 7 critical questions to ask any plastic surgeon before letting them touch you!
By far, the most important factor in the success of your procedure is the surgeon you choose. So please choose wisely...