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Get Red-Carpet Ready!!
A Note From Your Robert Andrew Team

Welcome to the final full month of summer! Have you noticed that this summer has flown by?? It's been action-packed all season long and August is no exception.

This month, Hollywood is on the fast track with premieres and awards shows. In light of this excitement, we want to help you look like a celebrity. Are you ready to hit the red carpet?

Stop by Robert Andrew to experience Revitalize, Repair, and Radiance...you will be Red-Carpet Ready in no time!

Happy August from your Robert Andrew team!

 
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Revitalize

Regain your confidence with a Body Silk followed by a slimming Body Detox to get revitalized. Reserve your experience and receive a complimentary body product to use at home. You will feel refreshed and ready to head out to your next big night on the town!

($270 value)

$250
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Repair

Exfoliate rough, parched skin with a restorative Body Ritual that includes a deep exfoliation, body wrap, milk bath, and relaxing massage for smooth and supple skin. Reserve your experience and receive a complimentary body product to use at home.

($219 value)

$199
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Radiance

Eliminate dry, sun-damaged skin with a Four Layer Facial. You'll leave with firm, vibrant skin without a hint of sun damage! Be one of the first 10 people to reserve your appointment and receive a FREE SPF Kit!

$145 ($165 value)

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The Eiffel Tower grows more than six inches in summer due to the expansion of the iron on hot days.

(Found on pixshark.com)

Fact or Fiction?
Eating late at night can cause weight gain.
FACT

Not only does eating late at night contribute to weight gain, but eating during the 2 hours before bedtime can also cause poor sleep...which also leads to weight gain, restlessness, and lack of focus.

 

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The Benefits of Vitamin C!

In any form, Vitamin C provides potent antioxidant protection, shielding skin from damaging free radicals-those pesky rogue molecules that promote premature aging. The most abundant forms of free-radical damage are environmental factors we can't escape-think sun damage, pollution and oxygen-that assault skin on a daily basis, but that's where topical Vitamin C can help. With Vitamin C being so beneficial for the health of your skin, it is a must having these products in your skin care regimen.

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It's all in the eyes...

When applying eyeliner, keep the line thin. A thick line makes eyes look darker and smaller. Also, don't line the bottom of your eyes all the way to the inner corner. Stop about a half-inch before the corner to show off wider, brighter eyes.
Favorites:
- Smashbox Always Sharp Waterproof Liner
- Bare Essentials Waterproof long wearing Liner
- Revitalash 12 hour Eyeliner

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On-demand workouts

Video on-demand workouts at home and on the go are becoming increasingly popular. All you have to do is become a member of an on-demand website and you can workout at your convenience in any venue...at home, at the beach, or even in front of your computer on your lunch break. We give this a big thumbs up!

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Q: The warmer weather has caused me to breakout on my back, shoulders, and chest, and my regular soap isn't helping. Is there anything else I can do?

A: Treat yourself to a Back Facial. This treatment will take care of those hard-to-reach areas that are sometimes neglected and would benefit from a deep cleansing, toning, exfoliation, and advanced peel, if needed.

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After receiving this treatment, be sure to purchase a dry brush as a part of your home regimen to avoid congestion build up on the skin, which may cause further breakout.

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Sending those high school graduates off to college? We know...the first year can be mind-boggling for both students and parents. After all, transitioning to college requires a tremendous amount of preparation, adaptation, and discipline. Students are on their own for the first time, and parents are forced to step back and let them make their own mistakes. But, there has to be a way to survive freshman year, right?

You bet there is! The key is maintaining balance in everything...work, play, sleep, and even food! Read on to discover tips for a successful first year of college.

Get your Zzzzz's
We all know the importance of sleep for optimal health. Proper sleep makes you look and feel better. It also heightens performance levels. So skip the school-night partying, turn off the TV and smartphone, and get a full night's sleep.

Exercise
Coupled with appropriate amounts of sleep, exercise helps you look and feel great! It also fights stress and wards off disease. Simply take a 30-minute brisk walk each evening...it will even help minimize the dreaded Freshmen 15!!

Eat healthy
A big part of maintaining your health is making healthy food choices. Skip the pizza and opt for veggies, whole grains, fruit, and lean protein.

Use on-campus support.
Disorganization, stress, time management, or tutoring-whatever your struggle, you're not alone. Most universities provide counselors, study groups, tutoring, and assistance with stress management. Take advantage of these resources.

Get involved on campus
Getting homesick is a common issue for first-year students. Consider joining one of the many student organizations available at your school such as fraternities and sororities or sports teams. You will meet new people and feel more connected to your school.

Prioritize your life.
Waiting until the last minute to write that essay or cram for a midterm won't cut it in college. Buy a calendar, write your deadlines for assignments, studying, etc., and stick to it!

Most importantly, give it your all, be true to yourself...and call your mother! Good luck!

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Kickin' Chicken Salad with BBQ Ranch Dressing
Ingredients
  • 1 cup BBQ Sauce
  • 1 cup Ranch Salad Dressing
  • 2 (10 oz.) package diced cooked chicken, (4 cups)
  • 6 cups mixed salad greens
  • 1 medium red onion, sliced
  • 1 small cucumber, sliced
  • 2 medium red or green bell peppers, sliced
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

  1. Combine BBQ Sauce and Ranch dressing.
  2. Reserve 1 1/2 cups for salad.
  3. Toss chicken with remaining 1/2 cup sauce.
  4. Toss together lettuce, onion, cucumber and peppers in large bowl.
  5. Spoon onto 6 salad plates, dividing evenly.
  6. Top each salad with 2/3-cup chicken and 1/4 cup cheese.
  7. Serve with dressing on the side.

 

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