1. More Fat Reduction The new design of the ELITE applicators allows for better “tissue draw” (bringing fat up into the cold applicator’s center.) CoolSculpting ELITE removes 20-25% of unwanted fat – an improvement on the classic model, and the best fat-freeze stats on the market! 2. 18% More Coverage It’s true: ELITE covers up to 18% more skin surface, targeting more fat cells in the same treatment time. It feels the same for clients, however.
“Rich in antioxidants!” It seems like everything says that these days. But what does that even mean? And why are antioxidants so important? Free radicals are waste particles that are produced by cells in our bodies as they process food and react to our environment. If our bodies cannot remove these particles, oxidative stress can occur and harm the cells. Oxidative stress has been found to increase the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.
There’s a lot going on in the world these days, and most of us have found it very overwhelming. Researchers at the University of Vermont have created an instrument that measures global happiness. For more than a decade, the Hedonometer has been analyzing the word choice of about 50 million tweets a day. It uses the collected data to measure global happiness. According to the Hedonometer, May 31, 2020 was the saddest day in the history of Twitter.
It’s that time of year again! The time when we say goodbye to ice tea, beaches and sunshine, and say hello to pumpkin spice, scarves, comfy sweaters and leggings. Well, unless you’re like us, and live in Southern California where seasons don’t really exist. Even with the warmer winter weather we experience here, there is still the temptation to stop using our protective sunscreen. It’s cooler, so the sun isn’t as intense and won’t damage our skin, right?
We all know how important it is to exfoliate the skin on your face, but what about your SCALP? Do you ever think about all the gunk that builds up in there? I try not to. Yuck. Riverside, California has an impressive water hardness of around 220 ppm. “Very hard” water starts at 180 ppm! What does that mean for us? Hard water has high levels of minerals such as calcium and magnesium, which leave a residue.