Look as Beautiful as You Feel
There is no denying that wrinkles look great ona raisin and make prunes look delicious, butwhat about when they’re on your face? Not sogood. As one matures they usually aspire to lookdistinguished not weathered. These deep lines alwaysconvey character, but can disguise ones actualemotional message. For example, looking angry ortired when actually happy and well rested.
Hair is sexy….when it’s on top of your head. Otherwise, it’s anything but. Hair can be removed from practically any area on your body that you desire, including the face, legs, back, arms and even underarms.
Skin Cancer By Dr. Brian Feinstein Many people are not aware that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than one million skin cancers are diagnosed annually.
Ever dream of longer, thicker and darker lashes? No more stubby eyelashes. No more fake or phony extensions. Eyelash envy is a thing of the past. Allergan, the maker of Botox and Juvederm, has released Latisse which lengthens, thickens and darkens eyelashes when dabbed daily on the lash line of the eyelids.
Soft curves on long legs are undeniably sexy. Legs define sexy. Throughout history, societies have viewed the female leg as a symbol of health and beauty.
Beauty is based upon proportions and symmetry. As we mature,the dimensions of whatis considered beautiful remain thesame, but the dimensions and proportions of our bodies do not. This is most apparent on the face where every nuance of change is magnified through movement of facial expressions and communication.
Customer service seems like such a simple concept. It is the lifeline of any successful industry. You can reduce prices, give away free products and spend thousands of dollars in advertising, but without high quality customer service, no business or industry can expect sustained growth. Customer service is based on the premise of building relationships and allowing for open communication. This is vital in the relationship between a patient and her doctor. So why do many medical providers feel exempt from the concept of customer service?