Adult Stem Cell Prolotherapy, Age Management

DreamBody Medical Centers Talks Weird Beauty Tips on FOX 10 News

September 20, 2012

Deb Budnick, an RN from DreamBody Medical Centers in
Scottsdale, AZ chatted with Kristin Anderson from Fox News about some of the latest and weirdest beauty tricks on the market. Scotch tape, castor oil, placenta, dryer sheets and stem cells are the main components of the five weird beauty tricks that Deb talked about.

Deb Budnick, an RN from DreamBody Medical Centers in
Scottsdale, AZ chatted with Kristin Anderson from Fox News about some of the latest and weirdest beauty tricks on the market. Scotch tape, castor oil, placenta, dryer sheets and stem cells are the main components of the five weird beauty tricks that Deb talked about.

Scotch tape – this can be used to remove the
dead skin cells from your lips.

Castor oil – when applied to a q-tip, this can be used to help make your eyelashes grow longer and fuller.

Hask Placenta hair mask – a spray that can be found at Sally’s Beauty Supply helps your hair to grow longer and makes it extra shiny.

Dryer sheets – a common household item can actually be used on your hair to control your unwanted frizz.

Adult Stem Cell Facelift – the doctors at DreamBody Medical Centers take actual stem cells from fatty areas of the patient’s body such as the thighs or butt and inject them back into the patient’s face to give them an
Adult Stem Cell Facelift. Because the stem cells are coming from other parts of your body, you do not have to worry about any allergic or adverse reaction. The adult stem cell
facelift is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed right in the Scottsdale office. The facelift can last for approximately two years which helps you save on the constant appointments of fillers.

All of these money saving, yet weird beauty tricks are a good reminder to look at your household items as
beauty enhancements.

Click here to watch the segment that was on Fox 10:
Fox News – Weird Beauty Tricks

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