Opportunity Knocks!

When opportunity knocks, will you answer or ignore it? If you really think about it, opportunity knocks every day. Today, I took an opportunity to meet someone new. I visited a new restaurant in my neighborhood and decided to sit on the counter. Soon after I was seated, another woman sat next to me. We started talking – that was the mutual opportunity seized by both of us!

Within a few minutes, we learned that we lived on the same street, but opposite ends. We both have 3 jobs, and we are both college professors. We had such a lovely time together, that when it came time for the check, out waitress thought we were together and gave us one check!

What opportunities are presenting themselves to you? I have one to share! I invite you to look at an opportunity to help women look more beautiful, to improve their self-confidence and health. AND, while you are beautifying the women around you, there is an opportunity to earn an income!

WHY NOT YOU?????

A chance to start a business from the comforts of your home, sharing healthy skin care, earning extra cash when products are purchased, and getting paid every Friday by electronic deposit on your very own debit card! I’ve been doing it for over 7 years, using and loving Apriori Beauty’s products, and sharing them with those who are interested. It’s my business, done my way, and it can easily be your business, done your way, too!

Here’s what you receive when you open the door to the Apriori Beauty Opportunity – a free website which is your very own online store, product samples, a free EPIC Instant Wrinkle Reducer, and much much more all for $49!

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Welcome to Apriori Beauty! Here are three ways to make money:

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I invite you to open the door of Opportunity with me and Apriori Beauty!

I’m just a Contact Me away – send me a message and I’ll answer your questions and help you open the Apriori Beauty Door of Opportunity!

I Invite You to Visit My New Apriori Beauty Online Store!

You are invited to come by and visit my New Apriori Beauty Online Store! Just launched this week, it is very smartphone and tablet-friendly, with all our safe skin care, beauty and health product information easily accessible, including complete ingredient lists and a comprehensive ingredient dictionary.

Apriori Beauty is dedicated to pure product innovation…..(Read More)

Ingredient safety….(Read More)

A Unique Cellular Age Advantage Nutrient Reservoir in each product….. (Read More)

And a Fabulous Use – Love – Share Business Opportunity! ….. (Read More)

I invite you to click any of the “Read More” links above and enjoy browsing, researching and shopping!

I’m Candy Dye, an Apriori Beauty Founding Independent Consultant, growing a National Team of Consultants ready to help you by answering your questions, personalizing product choices, discussing each product’s ingredients, use and results with you as my Client, and share the Consultant opportunity! You are welcome to contact me through my “Contact Me” button on the right side column, or through my website, for personal assistance.

I hope to be a part of your Apriori Beauty Future!

Cleansing to Nourish and Protect Your Skin

Cleansing helps remove dirt, oil, and other impurities from the skin’s surface and in pores. It is the first step in improving skin appearance, preventing blemishes, discoloration, inflammation, and general dullness. It is also the first step in nourishing skin and protecting the delicate structure that keeps skin functioning in a healthful manner!

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When cleansing, it is essential that you choose a product that is gentle, natural, and devoid of harsh, irritating ingredients. Unfortunately, many cleansing products are designed with soaps and surfactants that can actually strip the skin of its natural oils, leaving it tight, dry, and susceptible to irritation. If you’ve ever washed your skin and feel it pull tight against your face afterwards, it’s likely that you have disrupted the natural layer that protects skin against bacteria and moisture loss. [Read more…]

Two Tips for Healthy Hearts!

The Simple 7 from the American Heart Association makes heart health so easy! If we make it a priority, we can all squeeze a little more exercise into each day, while eating better and controlling our sugar all together will help us lose weight. If you are a smoker, you may need some support from your doctor to help you put aside this one heart unhealthy activity. When it comes to managing our cholesterol and blood pressure, we might need a little more assistance understanding exactly what these two factors are all about to know better how to manage them.

 

2 tips for a healthy heart [Read more…]

Very Effective Scar Treatment!

Do you have a scar you would like to “erase” from a scratch, cut, acne, surgery, or burn?

Here’s a couple of Before and After photos of two surgical scars that were pretty much “erased” with a simple two product treatment:

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Injury Requiring Surgical Repair

This scar was from an injury requiring surgical repair. She massaged in some PSR Next Serum twice a day, and used the DFI once a day, until the scar was gone. [Read more…]

7 Tips for Protecting Your Cuticles

Do you care for your nails with regular manicures and pedicures? Taking care of your nails, cuticles and surrounding finger and toe tips will keep your nails healthy and looking their best.

Yesterday, my manicurist wasn’t very gentle. Having asked her to be a little more gentle more than once or twice, here are some tips for protecting your cuticles, keeping them healthy, and always looking their best.

  1. Preventive care is VERY important! Keep your nail beds clean, using a natural oil cleanser, and a moisturize after, while they are still a little damp.
  2. Use a Sugar Scrub or Acid Peel on your fingertips once a week to help move the old skin along and promote moisturizer absorption. [Read more…]

Eczema – 7 Tips to Help Control It

eczema 2 by h8rnetDermatitis, also known as Eczema, is inflammation of the skin. Symptoms of Eczema include dry skin, with scaling, inflammation, itching and rash. Eczema is a very common inflammatory skin condition. A  severe case may include cracking and bleeding of the skin. It is a skin condition that is difficult to manage and live with from day to day.

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Prepare and Protect Your Skin from Winter Weather!

The winter winds are beginning to blow, parts of the country are having snow, and your heaters are going strong!  Here are some great tips to keep your skin moist and soft through the winter months.

Let’s start with the signs of dry, wintry skin and what you can do to help heal and moisturize:

Symptoms of Dry Skin

Skin tightness   •   Skin appears dull and less supple   •   Rough skin   •   Scaling, Flaking, or peeling skin   •   Cracking that may bleed if severe   •   Itching   •   Redness

For many, the winter months bring dry, itchy, tight feel­ing skin that lacks the glowing, youthful appearance seen in warmer months. Why? As the temperature drops, our skin is bombarded with forces that cause dryness and leave it feeling and looking a bit lackluster. Central heat­ing reduces indoor humidity, while outside cold, dry, windy weather strips skin of its moisture. Often the worst dam­age is caused when the harsh glare of winter sun off of snow and ice increases exposure to harmful UV radiation. While the combined effects of indoor and outdoor condi­tions may leave your skin in need of a little extra TLC, for others the effects can be as severe as cracking, flaking skin and even eczema. Following a few simple suggestions will make it easy to maintain healthy, glowing skin even when winter throws its worst at us! [Read more…]

7 Tips to Smooth Rough Heels!

Are you heels dry and cracked, feeling rough, and looking rather nasty?? You’ve  just had a wonderful left heel before by emily.cwatrepedicure, and in no time flat, your heels are looking unloved with nail polish painted on.  How can you keep your feet looking and feeling lovely all year long?

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4 Tips for Dealing with Milia

miliaAs we age, our skin cells turn over slower, setting up a well moisturized skin to accumulate the old cells within the pores. When they do this, it can form a little white bump trapped within the top layer of skin, call milia. Milia usually develops around the eyes and tops of cheeks.

Milia are very common, benign, keratin-filled cysts. Primary milia are typically seen in infants but also may occur in children and adults. Secondary milia develop after trauma to the skin, such as after burns (eg, sunburns), dermabrasion, or in blistering disorders.” emedicine

So how do you get rid of milia and prevent more from developing? [Read more…]

How to Get Rid of Your Freckles

I met a beautiful young lady today who wants to get rid of her freckles. She is gorgeous! Strawberry blond hair, her healthy, fair skinned face dotted with light freckles that look so beautiful to me, yet were bugging her. She is considering a serious treatment for removing them, which makes me want to share other options are available to her that can give her the results she is looking for, yet maybe not quite as intensive all at once. (PS This is not a photo of her….her freckles are lighter and she is even prettier!)

So, what are freckles anyway? [Read more…]

Smile Without Showing Your Age!

smileShow your emotions, not your age!

People often ask me, “Do I really need a unique moisturizer for my eye and lip areas?” This is a great question — though your skin will definitely benefit from applying a full-face moisturizer to the eye and lip areas, the fact is that these areas are very unique compared to the rest of your skin. Not only are eye and lip areas subject to stress from repetitive movements like smiling and squinting, they are also thinner, more delicate, and produce less natural oil than the skin on rest of your face. All of this results in skin that will show signs and symptoms of aging. It also means that skin around the eyes and lips needs more nourishment and hydration to remain healthy and young looking. [Read more…]

How to Enjoy the Sun and Protect Your Skin!

Ever wonder how those beautiful, warm rays of the sun can have such long lasting and damaging effects on your skin?

Like a straightened rainbow, you can picture the spectrum of sunlight with the red, orange and yellow wavelengths being the longest and making up infrared light.  As wavelengths shorten, green and blue light speeds up into indigo blue and violet colors, which are visible and contain Ultraviolet A and Ultraviolet B rays.  These are the rays that cause sun damage to our skin. [Read more…]

Drink Your Sunscreen?

Sun damage, sun protection, Vitamin D deficiency and skin cancer are health topics being discussed every where you turn. We are told to slather on sunscreen (SPF 30 is sufficient), wear protective clothing, stay out of the sun at peak hours, yet our bodies need enough natural sunlight to assist in making Vitamin D, which has great influence in our immune systems.
Although the treatment of skin cancer is very effective, the best treatment remains prevention. Preventative measures include sun exposure avoidance, protective clothing, and full-spectrum sunscreen.” http://dermatology.cdlib.org/133/reviews/DNA/scheinfeld.html
Scientific research is beginning to look at ingredients that, taken internally, can provide protection from ultraviolet damage. One “Internal Sunscreen” ingredient is Polypodium leucotomos, also known as Polypodium extract.

One study, “Orally administered Polypodium leucotomos extract decreases psoralen-UVA induced phototoxicity, pigmentation, and damage of human skin“, produced these findings:

Clinically, phototoxicity was always lower in PL-treated skin after 48 to 72 hours (P<.005), and pigmentation was also reduced 4 months later. Histologically, PL-treated skin showed a significant numeric reduction of sunburn cells (P=.05), preservation of Langerhans cells (P< or =.01), decrease of tryptase-positive mast cell infiltration (P<.05), and decrease of vasodilation (P< or =.01).”  J Am Acad Dermatol. 2004 Jan;50(1):41-9.

In simple terms, over a 4 month period of time, study subjects ingesting Polypodium were less inclined to sunburn, preserved their healthy new skin cells, and decreased the effects of sun burn two to three days after sun exposure.

I have been hearing testimonials from those drinking Polypodium in Lifeoxylin Cellular Defense Elixir who are reporting very little, if any, sun burn after hours of summer sun exposure. The nice thing about drinking your sunscreen is that you can now get your daily dose of sunshine to help your body make Vitamin D, and not have to worry as much about sun damage to your skin, the affects it has on accelerating your skin’s aging appearance, and developing sun/age spots. Who doesn’t want more protection from skin cancer if there is any chance.

While there is still more research to be done, I will drink my sunscreen every single day!

Click here for more information about Lifeoxylin Cellular Defense Elixir!

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2 Tips to Turn Obstacles into Stepping Stones

How are you meeting obstacles that are keeping you from living your most fabulous life? Successful people know how to take those obstacles and turn them into stepping stones to success at every turn.

As I look back at the many roadblocks and detours in my own life, turning each into a success boils down to two critical character traits. Neither of them  were inherited. Both were developed by first observing them in others, watching their success, then trying them out in my own life.  I share them with you here, with a side note that they both go hand in hand.

Bring It On!Brad Nelson covers a lot of ground at first base by Paul T. Marsh/PositivePaul

Yes, that’s right. It’s the thought process that shows you have the upper hand. It comes about from a lifestyle of learning, being prepared, and building confidence. It’s not arrogant, just confident that when you are approaching a situation, a problem, a new circumstance, or a new day, you are ready to deal with whatever it brings.

“Bring it on” is a mindset that says, no matter what, I will figure out a way to handle the situation, and am confident that I will succeed. [Read more…]

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