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Bio Lift + Real Results with Natalie (photo to prove it inside)

Daily, discerning women are turning towards pro and positive aging through self care and quality professionals that look at the whole picture.   

Read how local lifestyle writer, Natalie turned to Beauty Ecology's Bio Lift Facial services transformed the way she views and addresses mature, healthy aging. 

Natailie's Personal Perspective on Self + Care and Aging

 

Natalie, Local Lifestyle Writer

Natalie, Local Lifestyle Writer

 "Foods, chemicals and toxins can all affect our hormone balances and therefore our moods and lives. I’ve wanted to find a way to maintain my appearance, but in a way that won’t harm my body.

Recently, I had my first organic facial and a bio lift, which stimulates cells and educates muscles using a variety of frequencies, basically tightening and lifting. As a 46-year-old woman, the words tighten and lift are music to my ears.

I realized that the cliché saying “age is a state of mind” is actually true. After my first facial and bio lift I felt great and it increased my confidence. I saw myself differently even though the change to my face was very subtle."

How do you feel about the process of aging? I’ve heard certain individuals say they embrace it and that they aren’t fighting it one bit. I’m not that individual. Truly, I wish I was someone who embraced wrinkles, and gray hair, but I’m not.

Now, there might be a point where I do embrace it. I love how my 86-year-old grandmother looks. She has beautiful white hair, an amazing smile and is always surrounded by young men at a party. Her name is Betty Webster and she lives on the Big Island of Hawaii. She recently became a Guinness Book of World Records holder for having the largest collection of novelty sunglasses in the world. She also still competes in hula competitions.

My grandmother has an incredible personality and love of fun. She still spends New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas, while I’m usually asleep by 10:30 p.m. I’ve learned a lot from her when it comes to truly living. I’m not a late night person, but I do rock an afternoon party.

My grandmother also takes good care o f herself and has for years, making regular trips to the “beauty parlor” as she still calls it. She has her own secrets to looking and feeling fabulous. A big one is she practices self-care. She puts the time in to take good care of herself mentally and physically.

Self-care is a concept I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. After going through my surgery and cancer scare a few months ago, I’ve been paying more attention to what I put in and on my body.

Foods, chemicals and toxins can all affect our hormone balances and therefore our moods and lives. I’ve wanted to find a way to maintain my appearance, but in a way that won’t harm my body.

Recently, I had my first organic facial and a bio lift, which stimulates cells and educates muscles using a variety of frequencies, basically tightening and lifting. As a 46-year-old woman, the words tighten and lift are music to my ears.

I realized that the cliché saying “age is a state of mind” is actually true. After my first facial and bio lift I felt great and it increased my confidence. I saw myself differently even though the change to my face was very subtle.

Taking the time to do something for myself, which made me feel good, but was also good for me was what I needed. Aging, wrinkles, gray hair, aren’t the culprits. Losing confidence and a zest for life, that is the culprit when it comes to aging.

Coloring my gray away and caring for my skin are things that I do to take care of myself. Having or not having wrinkles or gray hair is not what will make me happy. Feeling confident, working towards new goals, practicing self care, those are things that affect my quality of life.

Do n’t get me wrong, I’m not going to stop coloring my gray or getting bio lift facials. Through an organic experience, I’ve come to realize that these things are what I do for myself. When I do things for myself, I’m a happier, whole person.

What I’ve come to realize is I’m not fighting the aging process, I’m caring for myself. I’d like what I have to last another 50 years. That takes maintenance and self-care. I’m happy I’ve found a way to do it that is good for my body and also the environment. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll join my grandmother for a New Year’s Eve in Vegas.

You can follow Natalie Webster and more of her adventures at www.AdventuresWithNatalie. com.

Thank you to Lakeshore Media.  Find the full read HERE

 

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