"Deborah Hart is the CEO & Founder of First Impressions Rejuvenation Clinic Inc whose journey has been nothing short of extraordinary, characterized by innovation and sincerity. She has not only built but also successfully sustained four businesses, with one achieving seven-figure growth during the challenging times of the Covid pandemic. Her knowledge in healthcare entrepreneurship is an invaluable resource for fellow professionals seeking guidance."
If your skin has visible or invisible (unseen to the naked eye) sun damage, precise treatment options are available to help reverse sun damage. Intense Pulse Light Treatment is a light therapy treatment that uses multiple wavelengths of light to treat sun damage, stretch marks, liver spots, and other skin blemishes or spots.
Meet Deborah Hart, she established the first independently owned and operated Nurse Practitioner clinics in Atlantic Canada, First Impressions Rejuvenation Clinic. These clinics are entirely devoted to the medical specialty of non-surgical Rejuvenation and Antiaging medicine.
Winter weather usually means cold, dry environments that can siphon the tiniest moisture from your skin quickly. Learn how to hydrate your skin during the colder months.
Menopause can usher in a whole host of changes in a woman’s life. Find out how to keep skin looking young after menopause.
Dry skin is no picnic, and dry skin acne is even more challenging to deal with. However, with the proper preventative measures and treatment options, you can move forward with bright, clear, and supple skin.
How do you know if you’re dealing with dry skin or eczema, and what can you do to nourish your skin in any season? Let’s take a look at how to prevent eczema flare-ups in winter.
Beyond proper hydration and moisturizers, there are quite a few foods you can incorporate into your daily diet to combat dry skin. These cold-weather foods pack a huge nutritious punch.
If you habitually lick your lips in the colder months, you may cause your lips to chap. The level of damage to your chapped lips will determine how long it will take for your lips to heal and what measures you will need to take to treat your chapped lips in winter.
Winter's cold and dry air can be your skin's worst natural nemesis. Lack of humidity means a lack of moisture, which can cause dry, flaky, and itchy skin. The good news is you can do plenty of things to protect your skin in winter.