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Sweet September!
A Note From Your Robert Andrew Team

Summer is winding down and fall is on its way. We love this time of year! Cooler temperatures make it so nice to spend time outside. As usual, we have a busy month ahead of us. We look forward to sharing it with you.

Monday, September 7th is Labor Day, a day to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers. Isn't it nice to be recognized for your accomplishments? Take some time off, relax, and enjoy!

And be sure to take advantage of the results-driven product and treatment specials we have planned for you this month! You're going to love them!

Happy September! We'll see you at Robert Andrew... the best spa in Maryland!

Repair & Restore

The summer sun causes skin damage. Is your face dry with uneven skin tone? Reserve a Four Layer Facial to eliminate summer damage. Visit the Spa Boutique on your way out to pick up your complimentary Treatment Kit to continue your results at home.

($145 value)



Balance Your Body

Get your body in sync with a series of 4 Body Detox Wraps. Reserve your appointment and receive a complimentary Body Wrap to take home to further enhance your results.

($560 value)

Seasonal Shift

It's time to update your make-up

Are you ready to update your make-up style? We have the latest fall trends that can be customized just for you. Reserve your fall update and receive a free gift valued at $36 for a $50 purchase.



Leave Summer Behind

Rid your skin of impurities accumulated over the summer and reveal a bright, glowing complexion.
img Reserve a series of 3 Brightening Peels and receive a Gift With Purchase valued at $40.
($415 value)


Recognize Your Team Players!


Make September a recognition month for your hardworking team. Reserve a team party to recognize your team for Labor Day. What a great team-building experience!


Reserve your party and receive a complimentary Gift Bag for each member.




According to the rules of fashion, Labor Day Weekend is the last official time where wearing white is appropriate. What do you think...is it acceptable to wear white after Labor Day?

Fact or Fiction?
To stay heart-healthy, exercise for 1 straight hour every day.

"Being physically active is important for your heart, but you don't have to carve out an hour every day to do it. The American Heart Association suggests at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity at least 5 days a week. Or you can do at least 25 minutes of more vigorous activity 3 days a week. That can be anything like walking, swimming, or biking. You can break it up into 10 or 15 minutes here and there. The goal is just that you move." - Web MD




The end of the summer is an ideal time to get a trim. Summer exposure to UV rays and chlorine has likely left your hair in desperate need of fresh ends. Reserve your hair appointment and transition into fall with bouncy, shiny hair!



Fall-Winter Fashion Alert!

Chunky sweaters are back this season! Cuddle up in your favorite big sweater for a cool night out...you'll be comfy and make a hot fashion statement all at once!


Q: My arms, hands, and legs are dry and dull-looking. My hands even have brown spots on them. What is the best way to get soft, glowing skin in these areas while eliminating the embarrassing brown spots?

A: Reserve a nice exfoliating body treatment to remove the dry skin. Hydrate and treat the skin with a lightening moisturizer containing Alpha Hydroxy Acid to diminish the appearance of the brown spots.

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Wondering about the shelf life of that heap of makeup in your drawer? We all have that special cosmetics drawer that's stocked so full we can hardly close it each day. But, how much of these products do you actually use on a regular basis? Most likely, very few of them.

Cosmetics have a shelf life and chances are that the tinted, glittery mascara you purchased a few years ago for a New Year's Eve bash is long overdue. It's time to clean out that overstuffed drawer and eliminate all the "past due" makeup.

But, how are you supposed to know when to toss that mascara? No worries...we have the recommended shelf life for your most-used cosmetics. Follow these guidelines to keep your makeup fresh, clean, and infection-free.

Foundation and Concealer
Oil-free products should be replaced at least once a year, while regular moisturizing foundations and concealers will last up to 18 months.

Mascara has a short life span because it can easily transmit bacteria back and forth between the tube and your eye, which can cause painful, grossly unattractive eye infections. Typically, mascara should last about 3 months, but if it starts to dry up before that time, throw it away.

Eye Shadow
Women tend to have a spectrum of seasonal eye shadows to create numerous looks for different occasions. Fortunately, eye shadows keep well. Liquid shadows should last 1 year, while powders usually last up to 2 years.

Eye/Lip Pencils
Eye and lip pencils can be kept up to 2 years. Be sure to sharpen before each use to ensure a clean, bacteria-free tip.

Varying lip colors is probably what takes up the most room in every woman's makeup drawer. But with so many different shades of red, pink, and neutrals...can you blame us?? Thankfully, you can keep your tube lipsticks for up to 2 years.

Cream blushes will generally last for about a year, while their powder counterparts are good for 2 years.

Helpful Tip: Just like with food, if it looks or smells funny, chances are it is no longer fresh. Get rid of it. Furthermore, if you happen to get an eye infection, you will need to throw away all of your makeup...yes, all of it, to guarantee there is no repeat of that nasty infection.

Still have questions about the tenure of your cosmetics? Visit Robert Andrew or call us at 410 721-3533 and we will be happy to answer your questions!

Zucchini Boats
A delectable, healthy dish!
  • 1 lg. zucchini
  • 1/2 c. rice
  • 1/2 lb. ground turkey
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1 green pepper, diced
  • 2 cups tomato sauce
  • Grated Mozzarella cheese
  • Salt & pepper

  1. Cut zucchini in half and cut out center.
  2. Cut center up in small pieces and put pieces aside.
  3. Cook 1/2 cup rice; set aside.
  4. Brown ground turkey. Drain.
  5. Add onion and green peppers, and brown.
  6. Add rice, chopped zucchini, and tomato sauce.
  7. Cook for 10 minutes.
  8. Line a baking dish with tomato sauce.
  9. Put zucchini "boat" in dish. Fill with stuffing.
  10. Excess stuffing can be put around boat.
  11. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes.
  12. Remove from oven; sprinkle with grated Mozzarella cheese on top.
  13. Bake, uncovered, with oven off for a few minutes until cheese is melted.
  14. Salt and pepper to taste.


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