Every Monday, my blog will be addressing a skin care question that will be answered by my friend and dermatologist, Dr. Jo Lynn Herzog. Last week’s topic dealt with the importance of daily moisturizer with sunscreen and nightly moisturizer with retinoid. For today’s post, Dr. Jo will answer the following question from one of my readers:
I am 45 and already see many changes in my skin and face. I don’t want to go the plastic surgery route, but I do want to know what other options I have for maintaining a youthful appearance.
Today in Becoming Beauty Savvy, I am sharing skin care advice from my friend and dermatologist, Dr. Jo Lynne Herzog. Last week, I asked her the following two questions: 1).What products should I be using every day to keep my skin looking its best? 2) Where can I find these products at the best price?
Dr. Jo Lynne Herzog, M.D.
The first and most important product that everyone should use is sunscreen. Wear sunscreen every day. 365 days a year. No exceptions. In the course of any given day, we are all exposed to more sun than we realize. Since sun damage is cumulative, the minutes, hours, days, months, and years all add up. The long-term risks and consequences of sun exposure can range from wrinkles to discolorations to skin cancer-and many things in between. Establishing a daily morning routine of applying sunscreen is of the utmost importance.…
Zane Tarence, managing director and partner of Founders Advisors, is an expert in the business of technology. He is an experienced investment banker, dealmaker, and serial entrepreneur. He has worked with hundreds of owners to position their growing companies to attract both investors and strategic buyers.
Is your company investment grade?
If you are an owner, investor or employee, you should know the answer before you sink time, energy or cash into an organization. In 17 Reasons Your Company Is Not Investment Grade & What To Do About It, investment banker and serial entrepreneur Zane Tarence reveals how professional investors determine investment-worthiness and enterprise value.
Ask yourself these questions.
Generate predictable cash flow?
Deliver tangible value to all of its stakeholders?
Attract top talent?
Support add-on acquisitions?
Give you more freedom?
Hear Zane explain his 17 reasons.
Zane runs through all of his 17 reasons and gives a bit of insight into what each one means for anyone who is a business owner.