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Let try putting your largest organ on a nutritious, organic, and natural skin care diet helps to prevent the absorption of toxins through your skin. Also with us is Guest Host, Lisa Graziano Holistic Health Coach and Founder of Reinventing Indulgence. She shares with us the best vitamins and minerals for your skin and and beauty routine.
The average life span of any type of salon is pretty short. So it takes some pretty savvy business smarts to have a successful skin care salon.
Justin interviews Elizabeth Burr, owner of the very successful skin care salon, Elizabeth Skin Care in Studio City, California.
Elizabeth has been in business for almost 20 years and has loved every minute. But she started her business out of very unique needs.
"I was a successful actress for many years until I developed adult onset acne while on a soap opera. Having acne is humiliating enough, but going through it on TV with producers and fans was devastating.
Despite the efforts of several doctors, nothing cleared my skin until an esthetician treated me. She gave me a series of peels in her salon and changed my home care routine. I was embarrassed about my appearance before she cleared me up. And when she did, it changed my life. Once my skin was clear again I said, “I want to do this!” Since then I have been happy educating myself and my clients as we practice great skin care together."
Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner and the President of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and business. Using a unique system developed from his studies of financial psychology, Justin partners with entrepreneurs to create a bigger vision with education and financial modeling.
Spring is here and (hopefully!) we are spending more time out in the sun. This is an opportune time to take a look at our skin care regimes and think about protection from the sun. How do we select the product that is right for us? Is last year’s bottle of sunscreen still good? We are another year older….and so is our skin. How can we enjoy our time outdoors and still be good to our skin?
Join Karen Schroeder (of Sage Healing Practices) and Tom (of Sage Words Today) as they explore the skin care for the warmer months.
Karen Schroeder is the founder of Sage Healing Practices. Karen’s website is www.sagehealingpractices.com and there you will find her latest newsletter and blog as well as information on her practice and approach to healing. She can be reached by email at email@example.com and followed on Twitter as Sage Healers and Facebook as Sage Healing Practices
Tom is a metaphysical writer and channel of esoteric information. Some of his writings are found at www.sagewordstoday.com He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter and Facebook as Sage Words Today.
Join Pastor La Russia Cain & Co-host First Lady Earsel Pearl as they discuss the topic "Beauty Is More Than Skin DEEP."
Americans spend $10 Billion dollars per year on beauty products, and much more if you count personal grooming products. We focus on our external beauty often times more then our internal beauty.The Bible clearly state Charm and grace are deceptive, and beauty is vain [because it is not lasting], but a woman who reverently and worshipfully fears the Lord, she shall be praised! Proverbs 31:30... This show will teach us how to take the mask off and deal w/ the true hidden issues w/ in.
Co host First Lady Earsel Pearl firmly believes in the scripture Hebrews11:6. During Lady Pearl's down time she can be found doing some of her favorite things like dancing before the Lord,singing, writing plays, styling hair and making jewelry to name a few. One thing that she believes is that you don't just mentor people by what you say, but you also mentor them by the way you walk. Her day to day goal is to strive to become more and more like her Savior. Lady Pearl is married to Pastor Robert E. Pearl Sr. who is the pastor of Pleaseant Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Courtland, Al. Together they have two children.
As many of you know, the skin is the largest living organ in the body. So when it comes to skin care, nothing is worse than putting on toxic chemicals that is absorbed into the skin. That is why VillaSport has partnered with Naturopathica, a company dedicated to the use of organic ingredients in their fabulous products. Tune in as we speak with Lisa Marie Jaconi, an esthetician since 1993 and Vice President of Sales and Education for Naturopathica Holistic Health. Lisa comes on not only to discu
Beauty Tips Body once a week, use a body exfoliater to get a smoother shave. Don't throw away an ineffective conditioner use it to shave your legs. Drink hot water with lemon to make your teeth whiter each day. Make your own body scrub by mixing olive oil with kosher salt.
Put your favorite body splash in the fridge. It feels great to put it on when you've been out in the heat. Exfoliate with a sugar scrub before shaving and apply lotion immediately after for a super smooth, long-lasting shave.
Wash your face with tepid water. Hot water dries skin.
Give yourself a facial massage every night before bed--it will help prevent aging, clear sinuses, and make your skin glow.
Lightly spraying fine, medium-length hair with hairspray before curling it gives it a wonderful hold. Brushing out the curl afterwards gives you waves and body.
Expert A's to Your Beauty Q's: Excema and Dry skin. Wondering which products work best for excema and dry skin? Plus, What type of foods and supplements trigger and/or prevent these annoying skin problems? Joining us is Aton Maiti, creator and writer of Look@Yourself, a personal growth and development blog. He sharea all his tips and recommendations on how to improve our skin from within.
Everyone knows the value of fitness, exercise, and eating right. We also know that harsh weather conditions can take its toll on our bodies. But what about our face, our skin and the treatment and conditioning needed to keep us fit and healthy from head to toe?
If this concerns you, too, I have just the book for you! Skinversity: A Guide To Treating All Skin Types written by veteran business owner, skin care professional and esthetician Rosaline Lowe. It’s one of the few books written by an expert in cross cultural skin types that will walk you through a skin care regiment that is ethnically specific to Black, White, Asian and Latino skin types.
Listen to today’s interview and you’ll want to pick up a copy of the book for yourself, friends, and members of your family. Women’s History Month spotlights Rosaline Lowe and her contributions to business, beauty, and skin care dynamics for multicultural people everywhere!