~ by Dr. Mónica Alfaro
Young hands, how to keep them soft and sleek
Like the face, hands are an important part of the body that might cause a good or bad first impression. They are a very visible area that requires care to look good. We not only talking about the length of the nails and their care, but rather the skin, its hydration, moisturizing, and elasticity.
As we age, we lose the firmness and volume of both the bones and soft tissues throughout the body. The skin of our hands becomes thin, dry, wrinkled, and stained. That not only affects our appearance, but the loss of volume of blood vessels and tendons become more visible and prominent. Therefore, to maintain your youthful hands, we must take care of ourselves, eating a balanced diet based on fresh fruits and vegetables, with enough protein and adequate water intake. Moisturizing your hands constantly, as well as protecting them from exposure to the sun is of great importance.
In addition, there are treatments that can be performed that greatly improve the appearance of the hands. Chemical peeling and fractional dermabrasion procedures renew the skin. One of the most popular treatments for rejuvenating hands is the dermal filler. Traditionally performed with hyaluronic acid, however, more recently it is performed with autologous fat from the patient's own body. This fat not only rejuvenates the skin but also gives volume and minimizes the appearance of tendons and blood vessels.
It is one hundred percent natural treatment, so there is no way of causing allergies or major problems to the patient. Without a problem, it can be done at the doctor´s office and does not require much recovery time. This treatment is also performed on the cheeks, nasolabial grooves, and other areas of the face, both in men and women of practically any age.
The road to defining that vision was long, but they finally succeeded. Mora & Valdez Dentistry, located in Vita Plaza, is the result of a new dental clinic. The feeling of being in a place intimately connected with nature that your eyes can appreciate leaves you speechless, and this experience makes us different.
The implementation of Ballena Tales Magazine strategy, which includes the digital and printed expression of the magazine, has achieved positioning in search engines such as Google. Keywords are restaurants, hotels, real estate, yoga, car rental, catering. weddings, doctors, dentists, ophthalmologists, schools, lawyers, accountants, welfare, and others.
Ballena Tales is an essential guide and digital comprehensive magazine for travelers, residents, and investors covering Costa Ballena in the Canton of Osa in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. It is a fully bilingual, bi-monthly, and full-color digital magazine.
The magazine introduces the reader to the life of the local community, with interviews of pioneers, writers, and artists, as well as extensive information on restaurants, hotels, experiences, natural attractions, and wildlife of the South Pacific of Costa Rica.
Continuing with our series of Costarrican banknotes, the blue 2,000 colones features Mauro Fernández Acuña. On the reverse side are contributions from the Coral Reef: the Bull shark, Red Cushion Sea Star, and the Slimy Sea Plume! The 2,000 colones note is slightly larger than the 1,000.
I do care a lot about my health and my family’s health. It is important to me that we all feel our best to manifest our best attitude and ability. Living in Costa Rica, I am surrounded by people who naturally want to feel better, too. We each have our ideas on how we can feel like the best version of ourselves, but they mostly revolve around the following precepts of everyday life in Costa Rica: Growing food, Daily exercise,
Skipping the stress, Raising children in Costa Rica in a simpler way
Melvin González Rojas (Kamel), alias KURA^DENKA, is a member of the Boruca community and the Commission for the Heritage of these indigenous peoples. He is a notable artist who stands out for his masterful carvings and his expressive and colorful paintings. He is a Boruca Major’s son who was a prominent educator, painter, and mask sculptor. Kamel has participated in different exhibitions, including the Art and Theater Festivals, the Festival de las Spheres, the National Theater, the Costa Rican Art Museum, and the Expotural in Madrid, Spain.