New Skin Care for Sensitized and Sensitive Skin

We have been working with a chemist to develop a skin care line that is gentle and can be used on a broad range of skin types. The recommended skin types that benefit are:

skin care products for cancer patients.

Help with aging and Cancer recovery

• Anti-aging patients and those concerned about photo damage
• Rosacea and sensitive skin
• Post-Procedure – laser, peels, microdermabrasion, IPL, etc.
• Acne patients
These products are anti-inflammatory and help with the fine lines and wrinkles of aging.

1 comment December 15th, 2011

Keep your skin healthy this summer

• Use a sunscreen every day with SPF 15 or higher.
• Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before going outside.
• Reapply sunscreen every 2 hours, and after swimming or sweating.
• Seek the shade, particularly between 10 AM and 4 PM.
– Use extra caution around water and sand as they reflect the sun’s damaging rays2
• When outside, cover up with clothing, a broad-brimmed hat, and UV-blocking sunglasses.
• Avoid tanning and UV tanning booths.


Add comment July 17th, 2011

Special on BOTOX

Bring a friend and they get $150 of Botox free if you buy $150 of Botox. You also get another 15 units free. Need more? special price of $10 a unit.
WHEN: June 30 at 5PM-??
650 N Devine Suite B
Vancouver, WA
Must RSVP at 360-567-0393

Add comment June 14th, 2011

Weight Loss Competition

Week 3 of our ongoing Weight Loss Team Competition. Dr Hughes is down 14.2% total after her 40 day protocol. We have several clients that have already lost over 12%. This can work for anyone.
We have also added a new weight loss component with using high protein foods by Bariatrix.

2 comments February 19th, 2011

5 Ways to Revitalize Your Spirit

We are about wellness inside and out. We wanted to share these transformational tips with you. We know that inner peace and outer beauty go hand and hand and these 5 tips may help you Revitalize Your Spirit.

Tip #1: Practice Mindfulness

Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D, founder of the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, summed up mindfulness when he said, “Wherever you go, there you are.”

Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment and not thinking about what someone said to you this morning, talking on the phone while replying to an email, or worrying about the future.

Once a day from now on, I want you to put sincere effort into being fully present. Give your undivided attention to what you’re doing. If you have a lunch date, enjoy being with that person, rather than thinking about that client meeting you had in the morning or stressing about the pile of work sitting on your desk. Even the most mundane tasks, like making dinner, can come alive. Notice the smells, tastes, textures.

Here is a description of what mindfulness is, adapted from Full Catastrophe Living, by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Mindfulness is…

  • Being yourself.
  • Not judging yourself, over-analyzing what you’re going to say, or getting caught up in your thoughts.
  • Accepting and appreciating what each moment offers.
  • Allowing things to be the way they are, without getting caught up in expectations, hopes, wishes, and experiences.
  • Being patient with yourself and other people. Not being impatient or anxious for certain things, pleasant and unpleasant, to happen.
  • Trusting yourself and your feelings.

Tip #2: Read Books That Inspire You

What are you interested in? What inspires you, motivates you, moves you? For example, you may dream of having a life coach to keep you on track with your goals. If you can’t afford the $300 to $500 per month fee, go to the bookstore. There are plenty of helpful books to help you assess where you are now, where you want to be, and learn from people who have done it. These are some books I’ve read and enjoyed:

  • The Best Year of Your Life: Dream It, Live It, Plan It, by Debbie Ford
  • The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment, by Eckhart Tolle
  • The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, by Don Miguel Ruiz
  • Anatomy of the Spirit, by Carolyn Myss

Tip #3: Give Thanks at Meals

See if this scenario is familiar – you’d love to go for lunch but you have too much to do, so you grab a sandwich to go and bring it back to your desk. Within minutes, your sandwich is gone, you’re still hunched over at the computer, and you can barely remember how it tasted.

Instead, start each meal with a pause – take a deep breath and give thanks for the food your about to eat. Or, say a prayer, whatever has meaning for you. Buy a beautiful plate, placemat, mug, or food container to use.

Tip #4: Book a Monthly Massage

Once a month, treat yourself to a relaxation massage. If it is out of your budget, consider going to a massage school student clinic in your area. Treatments by massage therapists-in-training are often 1/4 of the regular cost.

Tip #5: Forgive

Forgiving yourself and others can be liberating. Many people carry past hurts inside them and are unable to let them go. Start by forgiving yourself – if something you say or do causes misunderstanding or may be interpreted as hurtful, don’t let it sit and don’t beat yourself up over it.

Give a sincere apology and then do something to psychologically cleanse, such as taking that thought and imagining yourself throwing it in the garbage can or taking a warm shower when you get home. You can also try these affirmations:

  • “Life is too short to beat myself up over what’s done in the past. I choose to forgive myself and forgive others.”
  • “I know how much it hurts me when other people are mad or hold grudges at me. I don’t want to be the one who makes other people feel that way.”



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Add comment August 6th, 2010

CORE is Key to your Health and Wellness

 We found some great tips on Web MD,  
We all know the “Core is Key” but what does it really mean to our back health and overall wellness?

Fitness: Increasing core stability
Every time we move, we depend on some muscles to hold us steady, and other muscles to actually move us. Core stabilization is the general term for how the muscles of your trunk keep your spine and body stable. This helps you stay balanced when you move. If your core muscles are strong and they contract when they should:
Your posture is better.
Your body is balanced.
Your movement is more efficient and powerful.
You may be less likely to be injured.
Core stability benefits everyone, from older people to top professional athletes. Exercises for core stabilization can be part of every conditioning program, along with flexibility, strength, and aerobic training.
Core stabilization may be helpful for health conditions such as those discussed in these topics:
Low Back Pain
Tendon Injury (Tendinopathy)
Herniated Disc
Low Back Pain
Physical Therapy

 The spine itself is just bones stacked on top of one another, and in between the bones-to cushion them-are small discs. The core of each disc has the texture of cheese, and it is surrounded by tough fibrous tissue. To make the spine more stable, the parts are all connected with layers of soft tissue such as cartilage and ligaments. They are also connected by muscles. If these muscles are strong and working in the proper order, you have a solid base for movement and for absorbing the impact of the ground through your body.
 The main muscles involved in core stabilization are deep muscles such as the transverse abdominus, the multifidus, and the muscles of the pelvic floor. The transverse abdominus is like a corset around your abdomen. It’s the muscle you work if you pull in your stomach. The multifidus is a muscle that lies along your spine from your neck to your pelvis, with short fibers connecting one bone (vertebra) of the spine to other vertebrae near it. The muscles of the pelvic floor are most noticeable when you squeeze to keep yourself from urinating. See a picture of the inner core muscles .
 Other muscles closer to the surface help with core stabilization and also help you move. These include muscles in your back and around your pelvis and hips. See pictures of some of the back outer core muscles , front outer core muscles and outer core muscles of the hips .
 Core stabilization strengthens the muscles of the core and helps you learn to use the inner muscles before you start to move. The focus is on stability, breathing, and smooth, coordinated movement.

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Add comment July 21st, 2010

Look Younger Eat Beauty Foods

Beauty foods for younger-looking skin
We know we are what we eat but many people may be surprised that what you eat can really affect the health of your skin and how you look.
Check out this excerpt from Shine’s Guide to Great Skin.

“Turns out, the vast majority of UV light that I was soaking up was UVA. UVA is a major contributor to premature skin aging (think: fine lines and wrinkles) because it penetrates deeper than UVB light and damages skin cells before there’s any visible sunburn.
Even worse, collagen-the fibrous protein that keeps skin firm, youthful-looking and wrinkle-free-begins to decline starting in your twenties!
Now that I’m older and wiser-and not anxious to look the part-I’m wearing more sunscreen to protect my skin from the outside in. And because I’m a registered dietitian and nutrition editor, I’ve seen the science that shows eating more of these foods will protect my skin from the inside out.”

The article goes on to list food to Keep your skin looking younger-for the rest of your life-
Here are 4 of the foods they list; tuna, strawberries, tofu, and tomatoes.

So What do you do to keep your skin healthy?
Leave us a comment with your tips or favorite beauty foods.

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Add comment June 30th, 2010

Get an Instant “lift” for your Face

We all know Frowning takes more work than smiling, require more facial muscles, and can leave some unappealing lines on our faces. If you want to give your face an instant “lift” a smile may be just what the doctor ordered. Do you know the Keys to a Better Smile? Some of us are uncomfortable smiling, or at the least a little unsure about our grin. Boosting confidence in you and your smile can be simple though especially when you have a few quick steps to follow.

Wiki How offered up a great story titled “How to Smile”

Highlights from the article included

  1. Practice good hygiene.
  2. Get comfortable with smiling.
  3. Think happy thoughts.
  4. Smile with your eyes
  5. Develop your smile.
  6. If you want to improve your smile, look at pictures of smiles that you believe are beautiful.

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Do you know someone with a great smile? What makes their smile so special? Offer up your smile stories or tips on our Twitter or Facebook page best stories will be automatically entered to win a fun prize that is sure to make you smile. Check back next week for more Tips!

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Add comment June 22nd, 2010

Boost Your Energy Levels

How to look better and lose weight

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