Beautiful Results

Some people say that they don’t think cleansers, moisturizers and serums make any difference at all to skin’s appearance. Yet we all know someone who has had a reaction to a skincare product that left them red or even covered in hives. If skin care can have a dramatically bad effect on skin, of course, it can also have a dramatically good effect.

Most people buy according to brand, advertising on TV or price.

When skincare is purchased according to cosmetic ingredient, it can make a visible difference to the beauty and health of skin.

I think it’s safe to say that spring has finally sprung. The snow is visibly receding, water is rushing down the street drains and the heaviest coats have been pushed further back in the closet.

Winter tires are coming off and snow shovels are being put away in the shed.

Just as we make seasonal adjustments on our vehicles and in our yards and closets, it’s time to do a seasonal tune up or check up on our skin.

I bet your hands look older than your face. They take such a beating. Whether it’s washing dishes or fixing a car out in the cold, our hands work hard and their appearance tells the tale.

You know how I like to sound off on your skin being an organ. That goes for the skin on your hands as well. This precious, life saving outer organ protects our precious inner organs. It is our first line of defense against infectious diseases and when it’s cracked or dry, this line of defense is compromised.

When I was about 23 years old, I thought I’d better start using anti aging products, as I was starting to get old.

This is hysterically funny to me now, but I digress.

Vitamin C. It’s not just for seasonal colds and flu.

So spring has not yet sprung. The temperatures are just starting to climb, slowly. Nonetheless, with change of season and increases in temperature , no matter how slight, come colds and flus.

So take your Vitamin C. But I also want you to wear it.

Vitamin C is a proven skin beauty powerhouse. It reduces inflammation in acne and rosacea. It’s critical to the production of collagen and keeping the collagen production going is one of the secrets of youth.

 Reading the title, “Steve Martin’s Face Looks Funny” might have made you smile because he is funny.  However, I don’t mean it looks ‘funny ha -ha’.  I think it looks – funny – as in, it never used to look like that.

I’m in the business of helping people look better and feel better.  As such, I’ve developed a bit of an eagle’s eye when it comes to features, skin and hair.

A face ages a certain way.   Volume leaves the cheekbone area and redistributes itself lower down, around the jaw line. Cheeks can look sunken and jaw lines can look heavier.  Many people get jowls.  

I was fortunate enough to go to the Bahamas in January for some rest and relaxation.

The Good: I met one of the Beach Boys in the Fort Lauderdale airport. I got to swim with nurse sharks. I petted iguanas on Nicholas Cage’s private island. That’s all I got to do there. Nick wasn’t home.

The Bad: I had to walk over 20 minutes to get a latte. Worse, the coffee shop was closed on Sundays so I had to drink regular coffee.

It’s the middle of January already. The Christmas cheer and excessive quantities of food and sweet treats are a thing of the past. Boxing Day shopping junkies have sweated the deals out of their systems. The relatives have all gone home, everyone is back to sleeping in their own beds, and it’s back to work as usual.

It’s a new year! The days are getting slightly longer and the sun is up just a tad earlier.

Some of us made New Year’s resolutions. The various themes of include the desire to be better, do better, feel better, look better.

Hairmax Lasercomb is FDA approved in America and Health Canada approved here in the Great White North.

What does that mean? It means the government has tested it and has declared that the device does exactly what the company claims and that it’s safe for home use when used according to the company’s instructions.

The Lasercomb is a Low Level Laser home device you use every second day for fifteen minutes, to restore hair and reverse hair loss.

I talk a lot about nourishing your skin. I write things designed to nourish your self esteem and body confidence. It’s cold. It’s dark when we get up and dark when we drive home at the end of the day.

Here’s something to nourish your soul. Here is some comfort food, piping hot, for a cold night, from me to you.

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