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Strawberry Smoothie Recipe

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This is a wonderful summer refresher. The tofu provides an added benefit of protein. Drink this for breakfast or during the day as a meal substitute for energy and maintenance. Serves 2.

1 cup strawberries
1 tablespoon royal jelly
3 cups unsweetened vanilla soy milk
1 teaspoon bran flakes
1/2 cup goat’s milk yogurt
1 tablespoon ground flaxseeds
1/2 cup soft tofu
1 teaspoon flaxseed oil

Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and pulse until smooth. Drink immediately.

You can find this recipe along with many more in Susan’s book The Ciminelli Solution: A 7 Day Plan For Radiant Skin”

http://susanciminelli.com/the-ciminelli-solution-7-days-to-better-skin-and-better-health.html

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Published on July 12, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

July Special! ☀️

Its July, which means a brand new monthly special! Were offering our Special Reserve Cream for 50% off with your choice of any facial. We have treatments for your every need, from anti-aging to deep pore cleansing and everything in between. Our facials cleanse, hydrate, and balance your complexion. We use amino acids as well as various natural ingredients sourced from all over the world to give you that lovely Ciminelli Glow.

Once youve finished your relaxing facial, take home our Special Reserve Cream, which naturally supports skin cell renewal, making it perfect for sun-damaged skin during these hot summer months. This cream also nourishes and hydrates, reversing the suns negative effects. Take advantage of this summer necessity discount while this special lasts!

JULY SPECIAL

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Published on July 6, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Eating the Right Foods Can Prevent Breast Cancer

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Estrogen is a natural hormone essential for female breast and sexual development. Before menopause, estrogen is produced mainly in the ovaries in women. After menopause, they are produced mainly in fat tissue. Higher amounts of estrogen in the blood are linked to an increased risk of breast cancer in women after menopause. There are foods you can eat that decreases the levels of estrogen in women to help decrease your risk of breast cancer especially if you have gone through menopause.

Red or orange vegetables and fruits are rich sources of beta-carotene which are effective in reducing the growth of estrogen receptor positive and negative breast tumor cells. These foods include carrots, sweet potatoes, melon, squash or mango. High levels of beta-carotene can result in up to 50% reduction in the risk of breast cancer. You should also have daily consumption of cruciferous veggies, broccoli and cabbage in particular. Foods containg oats and whole grains may block harmful estrogens while also inproving your overall health in general. High fiber foods make you feel full and satisfied for longer. Oats can increase the activity of immune cells known as natural killer T cells and can enhance your body’s ability to eliminate tumor cells. The last food that is good for reducing estrogen is Soybean and related soy products. These are high in phytoestrogens which are plant estrogen and have weak activity in humans. These weaker estrogens bind to the estrogen receptor on breast and ovarian cells and block the stronger human form of estrogen from binding. Overall lowering the levels of estrogen and reducing risk of cancer.

Everyone has been effected by cancer in some one. If breast cancer runs in your family, please take care of yourself and be mindful of what you put in your body. These simple tips can go a long way!

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Published on June 30, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Rosacea is your skin telling you something; Don’t cover it up!

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Rosacea is a common, chronic, incurable, adult acne-like skin condition that is easily controllable if treated right. It commonly affects the central third of the face, especially the nose, and it’s intensity varies over time. Rosacea symptoms and signs include:

  • redness of the face (easy facial blushing or flushing),
  • tiny red pimples and fine red vascular lines on the facial skin
  • eye problems, such as swollen, red eyelids, conjunctivitis, and rosacea keratitis.

Rosacea may be mistaken for rosy cheeks, sunburn, or quite often, acne. Triggers include alcohol, hot or spicy foods, emotional stress, smoking, and heat. It can be a very bothersome and embarrassing condition. If left untreated, rosacea tends to worsen over time. Prompt recognition and proper treatment permit people with rosacea to enjoy life. We don’t know the exact cause of rosacea, there are ways to try to prevent it. For example, changing your diet could be a big help. Fruits that are the highest in sugar are figs, pomegranate seeds, mangos, tangerines, bananas, sweet cherries, plums, apricots and almost any fruit that has a pit in it. These fruits can be the cause of inflammation in your liver and pancreas and lead to more break out in your skin. Cutting out these high sugar fruits will positively affect your complexion and can prevent and reduce symptoms of rosacea and psoriasis and other skin irritants.

It’s so important to listen to what your body is telling you. Many skin conditions are the cause of something internal. Be mindful of what you’re putting into your body to better avoid breakouts or irritations of the skin. When inflammations occur, that is your body trying to tell you something is not right. Although there is no cure for rosacea, there are steps you can take to treat it. Obviously fixing your diet would be the first thing. You can also use our Toning Formula to try to balance your skin tone. This cooling, aroma-therapeutic product will make an immediate and noticeable difference. It will tighten your pores, minimize bacteria and reduce blackheads. Follow with our Seawater, which is an activating agent for essential oils. It deepens the skin penetration and restores skin cells to their youth while hydrating and balancing the skin. You can also use our Calming Cream after the Toning Formula and Seawater to soothe the skin. It will reduce the appearance of redness from rosacea. Key ingredients include Aloe Vera and Chamomile Extracts. Just remember that everything on your skin starts from inside. So take care of your body first always!

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Published on June 27, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Wedding Season

Wedding season is upon us ladies! Whether you are the bride, maid of honor, bridesmaid or just attending. We all know weddings can be stressful and expensive from the dress to the hair to the makeup etc. Our 1-2-3 Glow Kit is perfect for the morning of the wedding! It’s a do it yourself face, neck and decollete professional treatment for all ages and skin types. If you have no time to rush to see your facialist, grab a 1-2-3 Glow Kit and just do it yourself! All it takes is 30 minutes and you’ll have a natural youthful glow instantly. Not to mention it will make your makeup look flawless.

The kit contains natural ingredients such as vitamins, minerals and organic hyaluronic acid which will leave your skin fresh and glowing. An efficacy test carried out under a Dermatologist control shows that one hour after the application of the 1-2-3 Glow treatment. The hydration level of the skin increases by a 25.52% and remains this way for 14 days prior to use.

Start by applying the Skin Peel all over the face, neck and decollete and leave on for 5 minutes. Do not remove this before the next step. The massage 3 quarters of the skin activating serum over the skin peel for 5 minutes using deep upward long or circular strokes. Reserve a quarter of this for use at the end of treatment. Lastly, massage half of the Deep Hydrating Mask onto your face, neck and decollete on top of the peel and serum for another 5 minutes. Reapply the rest of the mask as the final layer and leave this on for 15 minutes before removing with a warm damp washcloth. Rinse with cool water and then apply the rest of the active serum to complete treatment.

As you can see, this treatment is so quick and easy and gives you real instant results! Say “I do” with the Ciminelli Glow!!

 

 

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Published on June 9, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

June Special!

June is finally here! Which means summer is just right around the corner! Take advantage of our June special! When you come in for a facial, receive 25% off our Moisture Replenishing Day Cream.

It is so important to get a facial before indulging in a long summer full of sun. Our facials are designed to cleanse, exfoliate and nourish your skin. We use plant extracts that hydrate and rejuvenate your skin. This deep pore cleanse with extractions will leave you stress free, relaxed and with a silky smooth complexion and ready to take on the summer.

After your facial, take home our Moisture Replenishing Day Cream which is perfect for getting relief on those hot summer days that reduces the levels of necessary moisture. It contains soy proteins that help bring back luster and a youthful radiance to delicate skin.

Happy Summer!!

Moisture Replenshing Day Cream

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Published on June 1, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Easy Home Remedy to Get Rid of Allergies

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What You’ll Need:

  • Local raw Honey
  • Organic raw Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Hot Water

How It Works:

Mix about 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with some local honey and hot water. Drinking this every morning can help alkalize the body. It raises the pH level of your blood and makes it easier to fight off germs and illnesses. It eliminates toxins in your liver and can really help any issues in your throat or inflammation.

Why It Works:

Apple cider vinegar contains pectin; vitamins B1, B2 and B6; folic acid; niacin; patothenic acid; and vitamin C, as well as small amounts of sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorous and magnesium. Honey contains potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, vitamin C, nicotinic acid and panthothenic acid. The darker and less processed the honey, the more nutrient dense it is. All of these combined with hot water can help ease sore or itchy throat due to allergies. However, it helps many other ailments like joint pain, acid reflux, heartburn, digestion, constipation, inflammation and also lowers blood pressure, reduces cholesterol and helps weight loss. This really is some powerful stuff and it’s cheap and easy!

 

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Published on May 24, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Flash Sale 25% Off

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ATTENTION: Call the Susan Ciminelli Beauty Clinic today May 17th between 2pm and 6pm to receive 25% off your next order!! Don’t miss this opportunity happening today only!!

 

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Published on May 17, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

DIY Peeling Face Mask

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There are so many peeling face masks in the market that its so hard to decide which ones are actually good. Unfortunately, a lot of those masks dont really work all that well and can have harsh chemicals and preservatives. Susan has an innate ability to identify the root of any skin concern and how to bring the body back into balance. Susan has a unique approach to holistic health and knows a ton of easy recipes for glowing skin.

Instead of using masks with lots of chemicals, the best thing for your skin is food! Start with cup of steamed pumpkin, cup of steamed prunes and cup of full fat plain yogurt (preferably with goats milk). Blend these together to create your mask and put it all over your face. Pumpkin and prunes are both great sources of vitamin A and are powerful antioxidants. This helps brighten the skin and lighten your complexion as well as calms inflammation. The reason fruit enzymes are the best thing to use is because the enzymes eat dead skin cells and leave behind plumper skin. It can dramatically reduce the appearance of fine lines, acne scars and wrinkles. It has the power to make the skin luminous and the results are immediate. Not only is this recipe healthy and actually works, you can do it at home and costs less than $10!

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Published on May 16, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

Which fruits are bad for your skin?

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If you’re like me, a healthy snack consists of a bowl of fresh fruits. While most people consider all fruit to be healthy, what they dont know is that it can, at the same time, be damaging to your skin. Mangos, for example, are very high in sugar. This can often aggravate the liver and pancreas which is what causes skin irritants like rosacea and psoriasis.

One-half cup of diced mango weighing about 3 ounces has roughly 12.3 grams of total carbohydrates, which makes up 98% of a mangos total calories. Sugar accounts for more than 90 percent of the total carb count, totaling 11.3 grams. The most prominent type of sugar in mangos is sucrose which is the sugar often added to candies, cookies, cakes and other sweets. Half of the total sugar content comes from sucrose, 35% of the sugar content is fructose and the remaining 15% comes from glucose.

Some other fruits that are not good for your skin are stone fruits, like apricots, peaches and plums and other fruits with pits in them. A lot of people on low-carb diets tend to cut back on such fruits to avoid the high sugar. Although in fruit we are also getting more vitimins, minerals and nutrients, its better to eat fruits with less sugar rather than the really sweet stuff if you are trying to achieve clearer skin. Surprisingly, bananas are pretty high in sugar so one banana a day is more than enough and it is suggested to eat the banana with protein or healthy fat in order to slow down the absorption of the sugar.

Fruits that are the highest in sugar are figs, pomegranate seeds, mangos, tangerines, bananas, sweet cherries, plums, apricots and almost any fruit that has a pit in it. These fruits can be the cause of inflammation in your liver and pancreas and lead to more break out in your skin. Cutting out these high sugar fruits will positively affect your complexion and can prevent and reduce symptoms of rosacea and psoriasis and other skin irritants. Pair this with using Susan Ciminelli’s products and you are sure to be left with clear, soft, glowing skin.

 

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Published on May 11, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli
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