One might wonder what this has to do with Cipro poisoning, so this is my belief; I am not a doctor and I do not have scientific proof, however, I do believe that the Cipro not only damaged the collagen in my feet, but also my face!
Do you suppose our parents felt the same way about aging that we do, or do you suppose that since there were not so many options available, that they just accepted the inevitable graciously? I think that the next time that I visit my mother, I shall ask her. The only “beauty” ritual that I ever witnessed my mother doing was putting Ponds Cold Cream on her face.
Today, with all of the advertisements to shed decades from your face, it isn’t a wonder that when we look into the mirror, that we long for a more youthful appearance. It also seems that I am seeing fewer and fewer advertisements for full, surgical face lifts and more and more ads for things such as laser treatments, botox and restilylane.
Another treatment that used to only be available in the plastic surgeons office is LED light treatment. The light treatment is supposed to firm and tone your skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, minimize your pores, correct color pigmentation, fade scars, erase sun damage and clear acne. All of those are good things, if you ask me. I understand that these treatments can be very costly in a doctor’s office, but with the Baby Quasar, you can administer these treatments to yourself, right at home. Sometimes, I think, that if I were to win the lottery, I would purchase one of these little gadgets just to see whether it really worked or not. Fortunately, it does come with a money back guaranteed clause. So, if you give it a try and look ten years younger, please let me know!