Angelina Jolie’s brave announcement in the op-ed section of The New York Times in mid-May brought the topic of breast cancer and reconstruction to the forefront.
Staying healthy and presentable is key to being sustainable for both men and women in the workforce.
Whether you’re right here in the city or out in the country, we’re in agreement that Detroiters and Americans as a whole create too much garbage in landfills. Some of us more environmentally active than others — we recycle, reuse water bottles, and attempt to conserve energy as we see fit for our lifestyles. We know that conserving gas and increasing recycling can improve the air we breathe.
With the holidays passing and resolutions brewing, we’re all thinking about getting into a healthier state of mind. Unfortunately, simply thinking about it won’t make you healthier.
Because caring for your skin is an often overlooked, at some point nearly everyone will face some type of skin disease.
Holiday deals, marketing gimmicks, and primetime TV have sensationalized cosmetic procedures with a ‘which is a better deal’ attitude. Take Groupon for example, a great place for dancing lessons, cruises, or dinners, but not for plastic surgery.
Did you know? According to the Chicago Tribune, more than 73 percent of working Americans continually consider themselves as stressed.
We all need to ‘save face’ sometimes; yes I mean your face in a literal sense. Although many cosmetics claim they can stop or reverse aging, it’s inevitable. From a medical standpoint, you can absolutely slow down the visual effects of aging with a little effort.
Botox, some fear it and some love it.
Goddesses & queens all had long flowing hair. Magazines and stats typically say men prefer long Victoria’s Secret model hair.
Tired of layering on makeup to hide sun damaged skin? Do you have unwanted sun spots you’d like to get rid of?
Everyone hopes to be healthy and live in comfort. Taking care of your body, mind, and spirit are the keys to success.