Sure the issues should matter more than how a presidential candidate looks when you cast your ballot on Election Day, but let’s face it – it helps if a candidate looks the part!
Whether President of the USA, the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or any other executive-in-chief, there are certain physical attributes that experts say can make or break leaders.
There was a time when a President’s look had nothing to do with his or her political ascent. This all changed in 1960 after the first-ever televised Presidential debate featuring senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts and Vice President Richard Nixon. People who listened to the debate on the radio thought Richard Nikon won, bu
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If your day doesn’t start until you’ve had your first cup of coffee, you’ll be glad to know that the same pick-me-up benefits are available for your skin. Coffee and caffeine derivatives are used as ingredients in many lotions, soaps, scrubs, fragrances and lip balm. Caffeine, a vasodilator, firms and tones the skin by slightly constricting blood cells and giving an even appearance, making it a perfect key ingredient for cellulite treatments.
Rich in antioxidants, coffee works to neutralize free radical damage caused by environmental factors. Plus, it tightens, firms and reduces redness making it a treatment option for rosacea. And in the eye area, it helps tighten fine lines and smoo
Aging is tough enough, but add menopause into the mix and you can really challenge your sense of well-being. Vichy Laboratories, the number one skincare brand in European pharmacies, has taken the challenge to heart and created the Neovadiol Gf anti-aging skincare system, clinically proven to enhance “quality of life” issues for women going through menopause (which can start as early as age 35…).
While using the range, menopausal women participating in the “quality of life” study showed significant improvement in self esteem, social interaction and overall well-being . In addition, 49% of the women reported ethat they enjoyed looking at their skin more, 39% felt more attracti