It has been a great year at Skin MD and Beyond! As my staff and I ponder on how to make 2014 an even better year, our goal is to continue to provide you with the greatest care and most current technology. We are humbled by the confidence you place in us and welcome you and your family to join us for a great 2014! Happy New Year !!!
My staff and I created a “to-do” list for our 2014 New Year’s Resolutions and we welcome you to join in on the fun!
EAT HEALTHY– Yes, this one is always on every year’s resolutions. After a long day of work, it’s tempting to throw a frozen dinner in the microwave and collapse on the couch. But prepackaged, overly processed foods contain high levels of chemicals, fat, calories and sodium. Remember … Healthy meals, happier life!
SMILE MORE– A smile can really brighten up anyone’s day… and it’s contagious! But… don’t forget to floss too! It’s tedious, time-consuming, awkward and uncomfortable. Excuses, excuses! This year, make flossing part of your daily routine. Studies have shown that flossing regularly, which helps fight periodontal disease and gingivitis, may reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory disease.
DRINK MORE WATER– Let’s face it, we don’t drink enough. If your skin is not getting the sufficient amount of water, the lack of hydration will present itself by turning your skin dry, tight and flaky. Dry skin has less resilience and is more prone to wrinkling. So drink up and enjoy a more youthful you!
GOOD DAY SUNSHINE – In a perfect world, we’d all have time to take an hour-long spinning class before heading into the office but, back here on planet earth, that’s not as easy as it sounds. So take a mere 10 minutes out of your daily routine, and take a brisk walk around the block before heading to work.
ALWAYS WEAR SUNSCREEN-The sun can cause some serious damage, and we see it every day! Basking in the warm glow of the Texas sun can make us feel good, and in the short term, make us look good. But when your skin absorbs the sun’s rays, those rays actually damage the DNA in your skin’s cells placing your complexion at high risk for early wrinkling, age spots, and skin cancer!