Sunday, October 19, 2014

Rodan + Fields Hand Treatment Regimen: The cure for Halloween hands - Nashville Skin Care Examiner



~ Halloween is almost here! While it is fun to dress up, and anything spooky is "in," having Halloween Hands is never a good thing ~

Do You Have Halloween Hands? Jane Fonda, Madonna & Sarah Jessica Parker Do!

As part of the recent training about the ingredients in the new Rodan + Fields Hand Treatment Regimen, noted molecular biologist and peptides specialist Dr. Timothy Falla
showed slides of recent celebrity photos from various magazines.



The
photos were of three famous personalities, Jane Fonda, Madonna, and Sarah
Jessica Parker, looking quite glamorous in their fashionable attire and
flawless makeup, except for their Halloween Hands which shouted their
age.



Ask me how you can escape the Horror of Halloween Hands!!!
Find out more at: Rodan + Fields Hand Treatment Regimen: The cure for Halloween hands - Nashville Skin Care Examiner





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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Latest advances in skin care technology demonstrated at Jonathan's Bellevue, TN - Nashville Community Examiner



The Nashville community of Bellevue, Tenn., was the site of a HAPPY Hour Skin Care Party and presentation on Thurs., Oct. 16, when a group of 12 men and women gathered to hear about the latest advances in anti-aging skin care technology. A colorful display table  was set up at Jonathan’s restaurant in Bellevue with a selection of dermatologist products created for in-home use to help reverse the signs of aging and achieve healthier skin.

Bellevue and West Nashville skin care consultants Amanda Branam, Amy Arnold and I, along with Nashville consultants Marcy Onan and Catherine Tanner, were on hand to talk about the new innovations in beauty and skin care with new at-home tolls for microdermabrasion, skin rolling and the newest innovation -- the wrinkle filling patch!

More Bellevue gatherings are planned to inform local residents about the newest advances in skin care as well as to let people know about the potential business opportunity in the anti-aging skin care industry.

Find out more at: Latest advances in skin care technology demonstrated at Jonathan's Bellevue, TN - Nashville Community Examiner

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The shocking toxic skin care and cosmetics conspiracy - Examiner


More and more people seem to believe there is a big conspiracy between the FDA, the government, and the cosmetics industry to sell shoppers toxic skin care products. Chances are good that these people have read some of the articles from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), an organization whose stated purpose is " uses the power of information to protect public health and the environment."

Press release, top ten lists, announcements, chain emails and Facebook eCards from the EWG are copied and pasted and passed around the web without fact checking by all-natural websites, organic websites, liberal news sites and chumps on Facebook.

More at: The shocking toxic skin care and cosmetics conspiracy - Examiner

Friday, September 12, 2014

Men in skin care surprising new business trend - Examiner


Four men at a recent skin care meeting in Brentwood, TN
The newest trend in skin care is -- MEN! An increasing number of men are seeing the benefits of the anti-aging skin care industry both as consumers and from a business perspective. 

Gone are the days when a jar of face cream was strictly a woman's domain as more males are flexing their purchasing muscle buying men's skin care brands as well as selling skin care products for guys and gals.




Obesity and skin problems: top skincare concerns of the overweight - Examiner

By now everyone should be aware of the many health problems associated with obesity, but did you know being overweight can cause its own set of skin problems?

Being overweight often gives men and women a false sense of well being when it comes to their skin. "My skin has doesn't have any wrinkles!" an overweight person might be tempted to say. It is a fact that many obese people have fewer lines and wrinkles than their healthier counterparts. That is not because their skin is healthier, however, but because adipose tissue or body fat is loose connective tissue.

More at: Obesity and skin problems: top skincare concerns of the overweight - Examiner

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Shaving with Women's Five Blade Razor by 800razors.com -- a review - Examiner


Shaving your legs need not be brutal!

The Women's Five Blade by 800razors.com arrived with its hot pink handle and several cartridges enclosed in their own plastic covers. 

Inside the box was also a 4 x 5 card with tips on how to use the razor and how to get a softer, smoother shave.

On the plus side, the razor company makes men's and women's razors that compare in quality to the Gillette Venus, Fusion, and Mach III but cost about half the price.

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Country-gospel artist Glen Campbell to release his last song - Examiner



 This article was hard for me to write. I had a huge crush on Glen Campbell in junior high and then later, I slowly lost my own father to this dreadful disease. It breaks my heart for anyone to have to walk down this long road. God bless you, Glen Campbell.

Country Music Hall of Fame member Glen Campbell has recorded his last song which will release on September 30 to digital retailers. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” was written by Campbell and Julian Raymond for “Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me,” a new documentary about Campbell’s life and his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. The film had its world premiere at Nashville Film Festival in April 2014.

“I’m Not Gonna Miss You” reveals the things Alzheimer’s steals—what is lost, the cost, and the reality of all that will all be taken from Campbell and those who deal with the relentless disease. The country star recently entered a long-term care facility in Nashville to better provide for his condition.

Read more:  Country-gospel artist Glen Campbell to release his last song - Examiner

Also see: Country star Glen Campbell and Alzheimer's: profile of True Grit

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Country star Glen Campbell and Alzheimer's: profile of True Grit


This was an article originally written for my "Profiles" series on Associated Content/Yahoo in 2011 titles "Country star Glen Campbell and Alzheimer's: profile of a Rhinestone Cowboy." With the announcement of the release of Glen Campbell's last song today, I tweaked it and republished it on Examiner.

It is with great sadness his many fans learned on June 23, 2011, that 76-year-old Glen Campbell has Alzheimer's disease.

When the Coen Brothers' remake of "True Grit" came out in 2010, the role of Texas Ranger LaBoeuf was played by superstar Matt Damon. However, in the original 1968 version, country music star Glen Campbell played LaBoeuf opposite movie star John Wayne after Elvis Presley demanded top billing for the role and lost it.

Glen Campbell has had a diverse career, from singing star, to movie star and even host of his own television show. He has even provided the Elvis-inspired voice of Chanticleer in "Rock-A-Doodle."

Article at: Country star Glen Campbell and Alzheimer's: profile of True Grit 

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