Thursday, July 28, 2016

'Star Trek Beyond' a Dizzying Ride Not Recommended for Those with Vertigo or Inner Ear Issues | Christian Activities


As a life-long trekkie, I was so excited about seeing 'Star Trek Beyond' to enjoy the latest adventure of Capt. Kirk and the crew aboard the Starship Enterprise. I was ready to boldly go!

Unfortunately, I have always had a little problem with motion sickness and the movie made me dizzy and nauseous. Click the link to read why "Star Trek Beyond" literally made me sick throughout the entire movie.



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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Great Anti-Aging Skincare Is Coming to Australia


HAVE YOU HEARD? Great skincare is headed to the Land Down Under! 
The doctors who created Proactiv are bringing their new anti-aging skincare line to Australia! Now you can be one of the first people from Down Under to try the products or to become a brand ambassador by becoming a consultant! 
  • Rodan + Fields is the #1 Premium Anti-Aging Brand in the U.S.
  • Rodan + Fields is the #1 Premium Acne Brand in the U.S.
  • Rodan + Fields is the #1 Brand in Total Growth Within Total Skincare in the U.S. from 2010 to 2015
  • Rodan + Fields is headed to Australia!!!
Our new General Manager of Australia, Mel Seitz, brings to Rodan + Fields 15-plus years of extensive experience in the direct selling channel, having recently managed one of the largest skincare brands in Australia.
Our corporate office is busy developing a modified product offering for Australia and working on all the aspects of IT and trade between our U.S. base and our new Australian partners before our coming launch.

Want healthier skin? Want a new and exciting income opportunity? Email me for all the details and to Be First in Australia!!! 


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Thursday, July 14, 2016

How to Remove Unwanted Body Hair with At-Home Waxing


With beach season just around the corner, you might be thinking about waxing to achieve a hair-free body before summer. Unlike shaving, waxing can leave skin feeling smooth and soft for many weeks, but only if you do it properly, say dermatologists.

“At-home waxing can be an affordable method for hair removal, but it’s important to take precautions,” said board-certified dermatologist Jessica J. Krant, MD, FAAD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center. “Never wax sunburned or very sensitive skin, and don’t wax if you have taken isotretinoin in the last six months.Also, it may be a good idea to leave Brazilian waxes to the professionals, since the skin in that area is particularly delicate.”
For the best technique and results, Dr. Krant recommends the following tips:
  1. Ensure optimal hair length: Before waxing, make sure your hair is about one-fourth to three-fourths of an inch long. If hair is longer, trim it to a shorter length using safety scissors so that waxing will be less messy and painful.
  2. Avoid retinoid creams before waxing: Avoid using over-the-counter skin care products containing retinol and prescription retinoids two to five days prior to waxing your face to avoid removing skin along with your hair. 
  3. Reduce discomfort: Since waxing can be painful for some people, consider ways to reduce discomfort. Taking over-the-counter pain medication, such as ibuprofen, or applying cold packs to the skin about 30 minutes before waxing may help.
  4. Wash and dry the area: Before waxing, gently wash the area you’re about to wax to remove dirt, dead skin cells and skin care products. Afterwards, dry your skin thoroughly. Clean, dry skin allows the wax to adhere properly.
  5. Warm the wax: Follow the directions on the package, and always test the temperature of the wax by applying a small amount to the inside of your wrist. It should be warm, but not hurt or burn.
  6. Apply the wax: Apply the wax to a small section of your skin with unwanted hair. For the best results, always spread the wax in the direction of hair growth.
  7. Apply the cloth strip: Once the wax is applied, place the cloth strip over the wax and press down firmly. Leave the cloth on for two to three seconds.
  8. Remove the cloth strip: To remove, hold your skin taut with one hand and use your other hand to quickly pull off the cloth in the opposite direction of hair growth. If you’re waxing a tricky spot to reach, such as the underarms, consider asking a friend or relative to help you.
  9. Soothe your skin: After waxing, soothe your skin by applying cold packs if you have pain, avoiding hot baths and showers, wearing loose clothing and applying moisturizer that won’t clog your pores. Look for moisturizers labeled “oil-free” or “non-comedogenic.”
“If you follow the instructions, at-home waxing is a safe and effective way to remove unwanted body hair," said Dr. Krant. “However, if you experience redness or swelling after waxing that lasts more than two days, see a board-certified dermatologist.”
These tips are demonstrated in “Hair Removal: How to Wax,” a video posted to the AAD website and YouTube channel. This video is part of the AAD’s “Video of the Month” series, which offers tips people can use to properly care for their skin, hair and nails. A new video in the series posts to the AAD website and YouTube channel each month.

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Headquartered in Schaumburg, Ill., the American Academy of Dermatology, founded in 1938, is the largest, most influential, and most representative of all dermatologic associations. With a membership of more than 18,000 physicians worldwide, the AAD is committed to: advancing the diagnosis and medical, surgical and cosmetic treatment of the skin, hair and nails; advocating high standards in clinical practice, education, and research in dermatology; and supporting and enhancing patient care for a lifetime of healthier skin, hair and nails.


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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Six Summer Skincare Tips

If you are planning a day outside for the 4th of July, or anytime this summer, here are some skincare tips to keep your skin glowing and healthy in the summer sun.



Red looks good for 4th of July fireworks but not on your skin
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1. Cover Up: Holidays in the sun like the 4th of July are a great time for caps, hats, light-weight shirts with sleeves, long shorts, and swimsuit cover-ups. The more skin you cover, the healthier your skin will be. So put those red, white and blue clothes to good use and cover up!
2. Limit Your Exposure: Know when enough is enough. Don't bake in the sun all day.
3. Seek the Shade: Stay cool in the shade instead of the hot sun. If you can't find any shade, carry your own with a patriotic parasol, umbrella or other shade-producing device. Shade won't just protect your skin, it will keep you from overheating as well.
4. Drink Lots of Water: While tea and cola are refreshing on a hot day, they contain caffeine which works to dehydrate you, as well as sugar and other chemicals, especially found in sodas. Water is what your skin and body need on a hot summer day.
5. Use Sunscreen. Find a good moisturizing broad spectrum sunscreen and apply it several times if you are out for several hours and each time you get wet or sweat heavily. Today you can find sunscreens to suit a variety of skin types.
6. Keep Covered Up: At night continue to cover up, avoid perfume and scented soaps, and use a Chemical free, Deet-free insect repellent to avoid mosquito bites on your healthy skin.
See: Rodan + Fields Examiner * Skin, Health & Beauty on Facebook * SkinHealthBeauty SOOTHE Regimen for Sensitive, Irritated, Dry Skin

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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Lotus Blooming Yoga hosts Healthy Skin for Life Workshop June 19

Kay Brandt, Kathryn Darden & Cindy Ric-eHarless will be speaking at the workshop

Lotus Blooming Yoga studio in the Bellevue area of Nashville is hosting a free Healthy Skin for Life workshop on June 19 from 2:00 p.m. to 3 p.m. The one-hour workshop will cover skincare basics, an overview of new skincare technology, a free skin analysis, and mini facials for those who attend.


Healthy skin for life

Kathryn Darden

Lotus Blooming Yoga owner Kay Brandt believes yoga and good skincare go hand in hand, "Yoga helps you be more in tune with your body, so making healthy choices in your diet and self-care routines will be more noticeable. This applies to taking better care of your skin."

Columnist and blogger Kathryn Darden will be one of the speakers.

Find out more at: Lotus Blooming Yoga hosts Healthy Skin for Life Workshop June 19

Also see: Yoga and skincare: addressing the needs of healthy skin

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Monday, June 13, 2016

Yoga and skincare: addressing the needs of healthy skin

For those who have not thought about it, yoga and skin care might not seem related, but more and more yoga instructors are getting involved in other aspects of total body wellness including skincare.




Clinical skincare from Rodan + Fields at Lotus Blooming Yoga
Kathryn Darden

Lotus Blooming Yoga owner Kay Brandt is one of those who sees the tie-in between yoga and skin, "Yoga is wonderful for the skin because it supports overall health," she states. "In finding a way to relax and reduce stress through yoga, you can release the tension in the face that creates fine lines and wrinkles." Brandt, whose yoga studio is located in the Bellevue area of Nashville, says a regular practice of yoga helps you be more in tune with your body, so making healthy choices in your diet and self-care routines will be more noticeable. 

To address the needs of healthy skin, Brandt has added clinical skincare from Rodan + Fields Dermatologists to her studio's offerings.


Read more at:

Yoga and skincare: addressing the needs of healthy skin

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Friday, May 27, 2016

June Skincare Workshop at Lotus Blooming Yoga in Bellevue (Nashville)


Do You Want Healthy Skin for Life? Skin is the biggest organ of your body and vital to your overall health and well being. In addition, beautiful, healthy skin can give you a confidence boost while it protects your body.

Lotus Blooming Yoga Studio in Bellevue (Nashville) will be hosting a skincare workshop on Sunday, June 19 from 2:00 pm to 3 pm with a free skin analysis and mini facials for those who RSVP and attend.


Katy Brandt at Lotus Blooming Yoga Studio

Yoga is more than stretches -- it is a health lifestyle as is good skincare. Lotus Blooming Yoga has recently partnered with the doctors who created Proactiv to provide excellent skin health as well as body wellness to its clients. Find great skincare from Lotus Blooming Yoga here.

Skincare consultant, columnist and blogger Kathryn Darden will be hosting the upcoming workshop. Kathryn suffered from chronic skin issues including rosacea and scarring following treatment for major facial skin cancer and now loves to tell others how they, too, can achieve healthier, more beautiful skin for life. 

She has many years experience in the skincare and beauty industry and is now a skincare consultant for the #1 anti-aging line in America and the #2 premium skincare in the U.S. as well as a skincare columnist for Examiner.com.

Also see:
Lotus Blooming Yoga Delivers Mind and Body Wellness to Bellevue -- Examiner

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Lotus Blooming Yoga Delivers Mind and Body Wellness to Bellevue -- Examiner


Located in the Publix shopping center on Highway 100 in BellevueLotus Blooming Yoga seeks to provide an outlet for everyone who wants to improve their lives through yoga and related practices regardless of age or ability. In conversations with owner and instructor Katy Brandt, she makes it clear this is a place for older learners as well as those who are out of shape -- not just a facility for sleek, skinny women in spandex.

Find out more at 
Lotus Blooming Yoga delivers mind and body wellness to Bellevue


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