Health and Beauty Treatments That Might Save Your Life
OK, so maybe not immediately, but develop these health and beauty habits and they will add years to your life
See the health and beauty treatments that might save your life.
We sat down (well, not literally) with the following experts from a broad spectrum of fields: Lena Bratschi, a CIDESCO (an international beauty therapy association) trained esthetician and founder of Carasoin Spa in Beverly Hills, Calif.; Dr. Jeff Golub-Evans, a cosmetic dentist; Dr. Craig Austin, a New York City Dermatologist and creator of Cane + Austin Products; Ashley Borden, a fitness and lifestyle consultant (with a hefty celebrity clientele, BTW); and Shelena Robinson, nail professional and educational ambassador for CND (creative nail design). They explain the benefits of certain health and beauty treatments, appointments and habits, how often you should do them for optimal wellness and what might happen to your health if you don't do them. So, if you're pretty diligent about taking good care of your health, you'll find out how this care is benefitting you. Or, if you're not so good about making yourself a priority, you might get a little lesson in prevention and early detection and what you should be doing now to make sure you're around to see your children's children.
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And of course, see the health and beauty treatments that might save your life.
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