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January 29, 2013

// Spider Veins

Sclerotherapy Sinks Spider Veins Away

As we get older, our bodies change. Talk about an understatement, right? But that’s not at all something to fret over. It’s not like anyone out there is immune to aging. So when our bodies begin showing the signs of aging, we should all try to remember that these changes are normal. It’s understandable, however, if you don’t necessarily welcome all of these changes. Read More

January 22, 2013

// Unwanted Fat

Making Fat Your Friend

January isn’t quite done yet. But we’re certainly passed the halfway point of the first month of 2013. Are you still sticking to your healthy New Year’s resolutions? I certainly hope so. I know that maintaining a healthy diet and being dedicated to a regular exercise regimen takes a lot of effort. But the benefits are well worth it. Read More

January 15, 2013

// Skin Care

Start Fresh With Laser Tattoo Removal

There once was a time when a tattoo was regarded as a permanent marking. Of course, this is still the concept behind tattooing. Having ink embedded just beneath the skin’s surface is meant to remain forever. But thanks to a wonderful procedure known as Laser Tattoo Removal, “forever” is no longer the case for unwanted tattoos. Read More

January 8, 2013

// Unwanted Fat

Sticking it Out: More Healthy Tips for Women

In last week’s blog, we welcomed in the new year, as well as the concept of sticking to your healthy New Year’s Resolutions. It’s well known that most resolutions are hard to keep. But that certainly doesn’t mean that they are impossible. Especially when it comes your health – which is what many resolutions are about – getting a little assistance to help you succeed is often necessary. Read More

January 2, 2013

// Unwanted Fat

Healthy New Year: Top Tips For Women

Welcome to 2013! Here’s hoping that whatever your New Year’s Resolution is, you haven’t given up on it already! I know that it isn’t easy to turn over a new leaf and start fresh with new commitments. But being committed to your health is something that we all should be practicing all year round – not just at the beginning of the year. Read More