Is your medicine cabinet filled with 20 half-used bottles of lotions, cleansers, and serums? That’s a sign to rethink your skincare regimen. Not only can trying out a bunch of different products be damaging to your skin (especially if you’re experimenting with different fragrances and chemicals), but did you know that it can take up to six weeks to see visible skin benefits from a product?
Too often, I see people switch products
before they really give them a chance to
start working. I suggest sticking to a few good products, and letting them do their thing.
Lip fillers are more popular than ever, and for good reason. As we age, our lips naturally thin. The procedure is quick and easy, resulting in a fuller, softer, yet subtle overall enhancement to your face. To make sure you get the look you want, here are some tips to keep in mind.
While I’ve always led an active and healthy life, a few years ago I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). This disease is something you live with and manage throughout your life. I decided that MS didn’t have to dictate my lifestyle or limit my goals and ambitions. I could choose to be proactive in managing my wellness, and the My Best 10 program became an important ally in that choice.
As a mom of four, much of my time is spent managing hectic schedules. This often includes lots of planning, driving, and traveling locally and afar. However, at times, I felt like a victim to my schedule. I wanted to learn what I could do to feel and look strong and confident, and keep up with my kids. My goal was to find my fittest self and equip myself for success.
It wasn’t until halfway through the My Best 10 program when I realized that I’m much more effective, and available for my family, when I take care of myself.
The My Best 10 program was a perfect fit. It was completely tailored to meet my needs from end-to-end. The holistic approach gave me all the tools I needed to take care of myself from exercise and nutrition to Spa treatments, hair and skincare products, and everything in-between. The whole package had that fun element to it that, as a woman, I couldn’t resist!
Ever wondered if Botox is right for you? Can it really help your migraines, TMJD or wrinkles? We asked our Medical Spa experts a few of our unanswered questions.
In the United States, that amounts to over 35 million people, with more than 3 million people experiencing migraines chronically.
Treatment options for TMJD are varied and may involve a combination of approaches. We’ve asked several healthcare providers how they would approach treatment for TMJD.
Does Botox really help with Migraines? What are these skin discolorations and how can I get rid of them?