Ladies, after a long week taking care of everything and everyone else, it’s nice to be able to take time out just to pamper yourself. Whether you decide to go shopping, get a massage or a manicure, having a little “me time” should always be a priority.
Even though summer is all about hitting the beach and barbequing with friends, one thing you might not know is that your skin is paying the price. With the right cleanser your skin will be well prepared for fun in the sun.
After a long work week and running countless errands for your family, all you need is a little rest and relaxation time. You could always just get your hair done or visit some old friends, but nothing beats rejuvenating massage.
VALENCIA, CA (September 9, 2011)--A fun-filled evening of fine wine and delectable appetizers is just one of several events planned this October to help the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Health Foundation and Sheila R. Veloz Breast Imaging Center raise awareness of the importance of mammograms for early breast cancer detection.
With summer almost behind us in the Santa Clarita valley, it seems as though the weather should be ready to make a cool transition. With a heat warning coming into effect this week, it doesn’t feel like Mother Nature is going to cool us down anytime soon.
There are many good reasons to get braces. They give you that beautiful smile you’ve always wanted and keep your mouth free of gum disease and tooth decay. If you’re on the fence about braces, now is the best time to invest.
The weather is slowly cooling down in preparation for fall in the Santa Clarita valley. In turn, bathing suits and tanning lotion are put away and instead replaced with shorter days and new fall fashion. Mixing fall colors with trendy hair accessories can be a bit challenging.
Having had braces for four years, I know they can be a little embarrassing. Don’t let this concern stop you from correcting your teeth and keeping your mouth healthy. Invisalign is virtually unnoticeable and will still give you the smile you’ve always wanted.