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  • Nicole Kidman Admits To Trying Botox

    Posted on Friday, February 1, 2013

    "Nicole is wearing a physically fit face and I like it!"
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    Nicole Kidman Admits To Trying Botox But Swears Her Current Frozen Forehead Is Natural

    Nicole Kidmanrecent frozen-looking forehead has been raising Botox eyebrows, but the Academy Award winning actress insists that she is totally natural!

    In a new interview with Italian newspaper La Repubblica, the 45-year-old, who doesn't have a wrinkle on her facecops to getting Botox in the past but swears that her days of injections are long over and her current look was achieved by wearing sunscreen and taking care of herself – and RadarOnline.com has the details.

    "No surgery for me," Nicole insists in the interview.

    "I did try Botox, unfortunately, but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again."

    Kidman, who described the decision to get Botox as an "unfortunate move," and swears that she is "completely natural," raised eyebrows in recent months during promotions for her movie The Paperboy, showing off an incredibly frozen forehead.

    "I wear sunscreen, I don't smoke and I take care of myself, and I am proud to say that," she continued. "Anybody can do anything to themselves – I don't judge – but personally I believe in being physically fit That's how I was raised."

    Original Post: http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/01/nicole-kidman-admits-botox-frozen-forehead-natural/

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  • Find Your Soulmate Online in Six Simple Steps

    Posted on Tuesday, January 22, 2013

    A big-time Amazon editor snared my dear friend, nationally known relationship expert Dr. Diana Kirschner to once and for all explain why SO many men you meet online are a total bust and exactly how to find the One who is absolutely meant for you. Find Your Soulmate Online in Six Simple Stepsguides you past the frustration, the bitterness of the past, out of the confusion or loneliness to a place where you meet that special guy who looks you in the eye with an I-can't-live-without-you longing, whose voice is like a sound you've known all your life. Your no-BS Soulmate . Check this out– the e-book is only $2.99—yet Dr. Diana will blow you away with:

    ***The common mistakes that make online dating a total waste of your time...and the single most effective thing you can do to finally meet your Soulmate online

    ***How to Attract Alpha Males, Warm Attentive Guys or Religious Soulmates...and avoid the Non-Committal Man

    ***Emails that Make Him Beg to Meet You

    ***Search Engine Secrets That Will Have It Raining Men

    and MUCH more. All packed into a lean quick read for less than you'd pay for latte at Starbucks.

    Dr. Diana was a frequent guest on The Today Show and starred in her own PBS TV  Special on finding love. Her approach is based on research and experience from thousands of hours of Love Mentoring sessions given by Dr. Diana's team of twenty dating coaches to women of all ages. It has been proven again and again to work for almost any woman no matter what her age or dress size. So click here and buy this book. Love is closer than you think.

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  • Kerri Zane – Emmy Award Winning Producer/Single Mom Advisor

    Posted on Thursday, January 17, 2013

     

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    Kerri is an Emmy award winning twenty year executive TV producer, healthy living expert, single mom advisor, author, radio co-host and speaker. She is also the author of It Takes All 5: A Single Mom's Guide to Finding the Real OneKerri has an M.A. in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica and a B.A. in Sociology from UCLA. She has served as a TV and Film instructor at UCLA extension school. Kerri is a working member of NATAS, the Directors Guild of America and an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and Weight Management Consultant. The single mother of two daughters, for the last 10 years, lives in Long Beach California. Visit her site 

    Kerri Zane's Top Tips:

    1. Know who you are  – know your values, beliefs, wants and needs.

    2. How you deal with an issue IS the issue  – don't live in upset.

    3. There are no mistakes in life  – only choices.

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  • Kelly Ripa Admits To Botox

    Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013

    I was just reading this...she's only 42 – what will she look like in ten years? Will her face be misshapen by repeated injections or will she have succumbed to the scalpel? Will her face look recognizable or will she look like the "rest" of Hollyweird?  I hope she learns about the green benefits of Facial Magicbefore her face is ruined by over-zealous docs who want a piece of her action.
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    Kelly Ripa early-morning perkiness? That's down to her bubbly, made-for-TV personality. Her facial perkiness? That's down to something the 42-year-old morning host has come by a little less naturally.

    The Live with Kelly and Michael chatter confessed to Elle magazine that her preternaturally young visage has had a helping hand along the way, revealing that she has had Botox.

    Check out Kelly Ripa looking good without makeup in NYC

    Ripa was joined by her interviewer at a New York City spin class, and when she emerged distinctly less sweaty than her fellow workout cohorts, she was quick to explain her trade secret.

    "It's the Botox," she said, adding that she will, on occasion, get injections in her armpits to avoid sweating. And then there's the occasional jab to her HD-ready face.

    "Every seven months or so, my eyelid skin rests on my eyelashes. So I feel like it makes my makeup artist's life easier, and it makes my eyes look a little more open on TV, which is where I happen to work right now."

    Guess she's ready for an even closer close-up.

    Kelly's not the only one: Check out which other stars have confessed to Botox!

    Original Post: http://www.eonline.com/photos/2379/botox-confessions/85346

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  • New Year, New You – With Toned and Tightened Facial Features

    Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013

    The New Year gives us the opportunity to begin anew. Whether it's a new resolution or a slightly different theme, we can change our minds about how we live our lives.

    One avenue of thought is to examine how we care for ourselves, particularly how we accept aging and what we can do to stay the course so we do not think or say unkind words when we look at ourselves in the mirror.

    A recent article from dailymail.co.uk demonstrates how a young, 42 year old woman spent $8,000 on various injections and topical procedures hoping to look years younger. This scenario is so typical of women who see apparent aging in their faces and rush head-long into avenues of quasi-beauty traps. Why are they traps? Injections that plump and paralyze must be repeated over and over again throughout the year to maintain "the look". The 42 year old who is willing to spend $$$$ every year, year after year, will soon realize that her face is still aging and the cause of her aging face has not been adequately addressed.

    A face that is showing signs of age, i.e., wrinkles around the eyes when smiling, droopy eyelids, pouches around the mouth and a loose, double chin and wattle; doesn't need injections that are just temporary fixes. This face needs youth-enhancing, specialized, isometric facial exercise with resistance.

    Facial plastic surgery, another avenue that men and women place a lot of hope, is very iffy, at best. Cutting perfectly healthy tissue requires great precision with a practiced surgeon and even then, the results may not provide the look of youthfulness. The complications and the risks usually far outweigh the results so great care is urged if you choose this avenue of facial rehabilitation.

    There is no failure, hurt or harm when you opt for facial exercise to turn back sagging facial muscles and skin – the cause of aging in your face.

    Just as exercise works to trim your body and provide better contour, highly specialized facial exercises will provide results to help you look 5, 10, even 15 years younger in just weeks.  Proven results of satisfied users demonstrate that foreheads tighten, eyebrows lift, cheeks plump, jowls and pouches diminish and the jaw line greatly defines as the neck and chin improve. It is a facelift using all natural exercise.

    No cutting, no drugs or injections, no burning, no sutures. Using just your thumbs and fingers as your "age erasers" your facial features will lift, firm and tighten.

    The routine is easy to master; you exercise only a few minutes a day, once a day and results develop almost immediately.

    Say goodbye to the old and tired tired face of yesterday because the New Year can reveal the New You in just days when you choose isometric facial exercise 

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  • Is alcohol aging YOU?

    Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2013

    Even though these photos are extremely photoshopped to show the effects of over-indulging in adult beverages, I do believe that alcohol does cause a detrimental look to our faces. Like Al Sears, MD, says, if you think resveratrol is going to make you look youngeryou're better off receiving its benefits in a pill because you cannot drink enough red wine to make a positive difference.
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    Is alcohol ageing YOU? Deep wrinkles, red skin and chubby cheeks... new app shows the long-term effects alcohol has on looks – and it's not a pretty sight

    By LUCY WATERLOW 

    Whether it's meeting up with friends for cocktails after work, enjoying a drink with an evening meal or having a glass of wine at home to unwind after a busy day, modern women are consuming more alcohol than ever.

    Many regularly exceed the government's daily drinking guidelines of 2-3 units a day which, as well as putting their health at risk, also means they are in danger of looking beyond their years due to the effects long-term drinking can have on the appearance.

    To bring the warning home, an app has been developed where women can look in a 'drinking mirror' and see how they will look in years to come if they over-indulge now.

    Royal flush: The app shows using this picture of the Duchess of Cambridge how drinking excess alcohol can give red, wrinkled skin

    Not a look to celebrate: Kate's sister Pippa Middleton would become lined and overweight if she drank ten glasses of wine a week

    As the pictures of celebrities we put through the drinking mirror show, the results are not pretty. Red skin, deep wrinkles and weight gain could all be expected if they drank ten 175ml glasses of wine a week.

    The app, available to download on Android and use online by clicking here, allows users to upload a picture of themselves and see how they will appear in the future based on how many glasses of wine they drink a week.

    The app is part of a health campaign by the Scottish government to encourage people to think about reducing the amount they drink this year.

    Drink to that? Rihanna would get puffy eyes and blotchy skin if she carried on being a party girl

    Granny Kardashian: Kim would age this much if she drank to excess according to the health app

    According to their data, 38 per cent of women regularly exceed daily or weekly drinking guidelines.

    The wider campaign asks women to 'drop a glass size' and think about how many units they are consuming each week.

    Dr Samantha Robson, a GP and skin specialist in Aberdeen, who helped launch the campaign, said: 'Alcohol undoubtedly has an effect on our appearance in the short and long-term. As well as causing bloating and dark circles under your eyes, alcohol dries out skin and can lead to wrinkles and premature ageing.

    Not so bootilicious: Even the beautiful Beyonce woouldn't maintain her looks if she drank too much alcohol

    Alcohol is not your friend: Jennifer Aniston would have a wider, lined faced if she had a drinking habit

    'Many people forget that alcohol also affects their sleep, which doesn't do skin any favours.

    'But drinking more than you should over time can have other, more permanent, detrimental effects on your skin and, more importantly, your overall health.

    'Many women don't think about the longer-term effects of drinking or that on average it takes them longer than a man to recover from the damage caused by a big night.

    'But cutting down a glass size, or having a break some nights, the result could make a huge difference to how they look and feel.'

    The drinking mirror: Users can upload their own pictures to see how their alcohol
    consumption will influence their looks

    Alcohol deaths among women aged 30 to 44 doubled in the past 20 years and the liver disease and cirrhosis death rate has trebled in the age group since the mid 1980s.

    Health Secretary Alex Neil said: 'Evidence shows us that most people who drink alcohol, particularly at home, have no idea of how much they are actually consuming.

    'This campaign will show people how small changes to their drinking habits can have a significant impact on their health and wellbeing.'

    Visit www.drinksmarter.org 

    Original Post: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2259693/Is-alcohol-ageing-YOU-Deep-wrinkles-red-skin-chubby-cheeks–new-app-shows-long-term-effects-alcohol-looks–pretty-sight.html

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