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18 x July 6 - 19, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 plan for a good day. Drink a cup of warm water, exercise, stretch and walk briskly carrying a light weight for 30 minutes. Eat 100 to 200 calories prior to exercising. Have a good breakfast with protein. Eggs are good, and saffron is good for health. Eat plenty of vegetables during the day, or take vitamins made from vegetables if needed. Try to eat dinner before 7 p.m. and cut down on carbs. Get plenty of sleep. Keeping Skin, Hair & Nails Healthy by Michael Steppie, M.D., President and Medical Director Associates in Dermatology www.dermorlando.com 800-827-7546 The practice of dermatology involves improving and maintaining not only the appearance but also the health of your skin, hair and nails. The skin barrier, which serves as a physical protection and an immune defense, can become disrupted. In order to restore its functions, it is important to use mild cleansers and avoid overuse of harsh scrubs. While cleansing, water should be lukewarm to prevent stripping the skin of its natural fats and oils that provide it with moisture. Immediately after bathing, the skin should be patted dry, and a gentle, fragrance-free moisturizer should be applied. It is also common to experience a dry, itchy scalp. This condition is most commonly caused by seborrheic dermatitis and is characterized by red and flaky patches on the scalp, which may resemble dandruff. Your nails can become dry, brittle and split. It is essential to avoid using harsh soaps when washing hands, as this will remove the protective natural oils found in your nails. Then, apply a moisturizer and be sure to rub it into the cuticles and nails to restore their strength. It is important to schedule an appointment with a dermatologist to receive specific recommendations on the best skin care routine for you. ª Christmas in July LOWEST PRICES EVER on Botox, Filler and PRP July 19th 2017 Enhance your beauty with natural-looking results! Janet Beres, PA-C master-trained cosmetic injector Dr. Brian Joseph board-certified plastic surgeon BOTOX, FILLERS, PRP • Liquid Facelift (20 units of Botox PLUS 1 of each: Voluma, Vollure and Volbella) (Save $400) • Sculpted Look (20 units of Botox PLUS 1 of each: Voluma and Volbella) (Save $300) • 1 syringe of Juvéderm $475.00 (while supplies last) • Buy 100-unit bottle of Botox at $9.99 a unit • Botox 30 units $300 and 1 Juvéderm $400 = $700 (Save $200) • Buy 2 Juvéderm Ultra Plus for $800 (Save $300) • Vampire Facial + PRP Injections 2 for $1300 (Save $300) • Buy 3 PRP $1500 (Save $450) FACE & BODY CONTOURING • Buy 3 Face Countouring Vshapes for only $1100 • Buy 3 RF Laser Pixels for Face $1050 (Save $300) • Buy 3 JuVaShape Body Contour stomach for only $1200 FACIALS • Buy 3 Deep Pore Extraction Facials for only $300 • Buy 3 microneedle facials with stem cells $600 • Buy 3 Dermaplanes for only $225 • Buy 3 microdermabrasion for only $199 407-772-2583 | SpaBlue.com 6735 Conroy Windermere Rd., Suite 423, Orlando, FL 32835 Janet Beres, PA-C

n Gotha As a case manager at South Lake Hospitals’s intensive care unit, Gotha resident Judy Williams, RN, facilitated finding health care services that patients would need once discharged from the unit and ultimately the hospital. At times, hospice was the best option. When she retired three years ago, Judy realized the west Orange County community needed enhanced hospice services, including a Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care inpatient unit at Orlando Health — Health Central Hospital in Ocoee. Inspired by the Lake County organization Women for Hospice, Judy is seeking other members of the community to join her mission to raise funds for the creation of enhanced hospice services to meet the demands of the west Orange community. She recently held a Friends of Cornerstone Hospice cocktail hour at RusTeak in Ocoee to raise awareness and money for her cause. For more information, IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD call Judy at 407-701-1639 or email williamsjjjudy@aol.com. n Hidden Springs/ Estates Brian and Elizabeth Velez were selected as the recent Hidden Springs/Estates Yard of the Quarter winners. The Velez family is deeply entrenched in the Dr. Phillips community. They purchased their Hidden Springs/Estates home in 2004. The couple also went to Dr. Phillips High School, as their two children currently do. Their son is on the Panthers football team, and their daughter is on the varsity cheerleading squad. Brian is the chef at Fresco Cucina Italiana, and Elizabeth co-owns Mondi Hair Salon with her mother. The Velez yard, which has garnered this award twice, recently went through some www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x July 6 - 19, 2017 x 19 renovations, including new sand-colored pavers in the driveway, along the sides and back of the home, and on compiled by Lauren Salinero the pool deck; new windows, sliders and a new front door; and new paint on the exterior of the home. The couple was able to create a more contemporarylooking house from the typical ranchstyle that is prevalent in Hidden Springs/ Estates. They also renovated the back of the home with new pavers, a fire pit and gazebo. The Yard of the Quarter program is sponsored by Realtor and Dr. Phillips resident John Scolaro, who awarded the Velez family a gift certificate from Orchard Supply Hardware. Realtor and Dr. Phillips resident John Scolaro (right) presents the Yard of the Quarter Award to Hidden Springs/Estates residents Brian and Elizabeth Velez. CONTINUED ON PAGE 20 We can SPOT and treat ... FREE Single Vision Lenses with any frame purchased. Are you noticing your child's glasses getting stronger and thicker each year? Ask us about Myopia Control at your next visit! ... And come to us for your everyday eye needs Indoor Heated Pool HOME OF PEDIASWIM AND THE SOUTHWEST STARS SWIM TEAM Aquatic Survival Skills Ages 6 Months to Adults Private / Group Swimming Lessons SouthWest STARS Swim Team INFO@SOUTHWESTAQUATICS.COM | WWW.SOUTHWESTAQUATICS.COM