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Our skin is an amazing organ. It provides itself with its own spa-like rejuvenation every day.
In fact, scientists suggest we lose almost a million skin cells in a 24-hour period. But, sometimes our skin could use a little extra help shedding those dead and dull skin cells. That’s where exfoliation treatments come in handy.
Exfoliation treatments remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. There are two types of exfoliation treatments – mechanical and chemical. Performed safely and correctly, exfoliation treatments can leave your skin softer, smoother and glowing.
If you are thinking of sending your child to a private, parochial, or competitive middle school or high school, it’s important to note that some schools require a standardized entrance exam to determine admission. Test scores are usually only one piece of the overall student profile that a school considers when looking at applicants, but understanding and preparing for any tests can help your student have the best advantage.
Here is a summary of some of the tests your child might encounter.
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Our full-service studio offers a relaxing and creative atmosphere where “everyday artists” can create personalized masterpieces. We offer over 300 styles of ready-to-paint bisque that are ready to be custom-made using our collection of paints and glazes. We offer friendly, expert advice for painters of all ages & skill levels as well as idea books for you to create a one-of-a-kind work of art.
Working in the beauty or wellness industry can be a rewarding career path.
Each day, you can help your clients look and feel their best, whether it’s providing a stress-relieving massage or assisting with their fitness goals. Everyone loves to look and feel great – and you can be the one to help make it happen!
UD’s lifelong learning programs enrich adults’ lives.
For kids, fall means “back to school.” For many people of retirement age in Delaware and the region, the season still brings the same anticipation of the start of the school year.
Students at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware don’t have to fret about exams and grades, though. They are learning for the fun of it.
That sun-kissed look – it really is the perfect summertime accessory, isn’t it?
While we love the warm glow of the sun during the summer, we’re all aware of its extreme dangers. Sun exposure puts us at a higher risk of cellular damage, early wrinkling, age spots, actinic keratosis and skin cancer – including one of the most deadly – melanoma. With risks like these, it’s important to shun the sun. However, that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to your summer glow.
Ah, spring is here! It’s time to pack away our heavy winter coats and boots, and dig out our brightly colored spring dresses and sandals for the season ahead.
While Many of us not only try to create a new, fresh palate in our closets this time of year but in our makeup bags, as well. One of the best ways to get healthy, glowing skin for spring is to ditch your winter makeup and experience the benefits of mineral makeup.
This is the time of year when many children are concerned about finishing up the school year and are excited about the long awaited summer vacation. But before floating about the pool with ease, there is one last hurdle to jump. Shortly, schools will be distributing the final interim report cards for the school year. The skills developed during the year will be your child’s foundation for the more difficult work ahead. What should you do if you are unhappy with your child’s interim report card?