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Why I Love Our SkinRehab DermaRoller!

By Cynthia Rowland | August 31, 2019

The SkinRehab dermaroller truly has helped transform my facial skin. My skin looks and feels smoother. Fine lines have literally been “rolled away” over the past few months. Here’s the deal:  you only have to use this product every six weeks. When I tell you more is not better, that is truth. The 1.5 is the…

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Do You Wash Your Face Before Bed?

By Cynthia Rowland | August 31, 2019

My friend, Sharon, a seasoned aestheticin, claims that if you fail to wash your face before bed, your face will look 12 days older when you get up the next morning. True?  I’m not sure. What I know for certain is this:  I do not want to cause further aging in my face. Even skipping a…

You Can Hide Your Body, But What About Your Face?

By Cynthia Rowland | August 31, 2019

You Can Hide Your Body, But What About Your Face? Little rolls of body fat around your middle, even heavy thighs and more can be disguised with clothing. When I was with a group of women recently, the slimmest looking ones were wearing black, including me. Ok fine…but how do you disguise cheeks, jawlines and…

Do You Resemble Your Mother?

By Cynthia Rowland | July 31, 2019

One of my first recollections of meeting Diann Kaufmann, a long-time Facial Magic user from Colorado, is our conversation regarding how and why facial exercise appealed to her. She plainly told me that she wanted to exercise her face because she was beginning to resemble her Mother. Not that she didn’t love her Mother, it’s…

Grave Robbers used Rosemary Essential Oil

By Cynthia Rowland | July 31, 2019

That’s right! Rosemary was part of the “Marseilles Vinegar” aromatics used by grave-robbing bandits to protect themselves during the 15th century plague. Although plagues are not prevalent today, (fingers crossed LA) Rosemary’s antitumor, anti fungal, antibacterial and anti parasitic properties enhance mental clarity and more. In fact, University of Miami scientists found that inhaling rosemary vapors…

Bumps on Your Upper Arm

By Cynthia Rowland | June 30, 2019

Faced with those annoying bumps on your upper arms?  Well, you are not alone. Most likely this condition is Keratosis Pilaris.  There is no cure but it can be easily treated. These harmless yet annoying bumps are likely a result of dry skin or even clogged pores or maybe too much sun. Dry brushing your skin…

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Vertical Forehead Lines

By Cynthia Rowland | May 31, 2019

OMG! Those pesky elevens that crease the area between our brows must be stopped before you’ve made that impression 8,000 times. What happens after 8,000 impressions you ask? A wrinkle forms. Do you frown easily? Concentrate by knitting your brows together? Well, if you do you could mar your beautiful face forever. Grab your mirror.…

Eyelashes – Full or Sparse?

By Cynthia Rowland | May 31, 2019

The cosmetic industry has embraced South Korea! From matte hot pink lips to luxurious packaging, South Korea is making beauty news. One twist to their beauty routine is that many Korean women prefer thinner lashes, sparse and separated, to the fuller, longer lashes we typically see in the slick magazines and up-market television spots here…

Stress, Nerves & Chronic Inflammation

By Cynthia Rowland | April 30, 2019

Stress/nerves/chronic inflammation – all aspects of aging that eventually taxes our immune systems.  What are the causes? What are the remedies? Pain, redness and swelling are indications that something is amiss but chronic inflammation is a different story because as we age, we can usually feel that there is something going on…something beyond stiffness that…

Exercise: a necessity for face and body

By Cynthia Rowland | December 27, 2018

By Jackie Silver We often search for promising products that we can slather onto our faces to stay young, but what about facial exercise? Jackie Silver, of says, “My most important beauty secret is: ‘Exercise is the fountain of youth.’ That is my mantra, and that includes exercise for the face. My two recommendations…