Airbrush Tans By Smooth Exposure

July 25, 2016 Posted by Nice

Better than a natural tan

Yes, there are several advantages – starting with avoiding the skin damage that a natural tan imposes on your body.

The benefits: A spray tan is safe and involves no UV radiation.

It’s fast. The application of the tan only takes about 15 minutes.

It looks like a real tan. We only use premium products. There is no “orange” look. Plus, it can be applied with different levels of intensity. Want just a little color Or do you want to look like you’ve been tanning in the islands for the last 10 days

The Overview

Smooth Exposure provides airbrush tans in its McLean, VA. office (near Tysons Corner). You can learn more about how spray tans work, how to prepare, etc. by clicking on Spray Tan Tips. We charge $45 for a full body tan. Tans are scheduled by appointment by calling 703-264-1790.

In an age of heightened concern about sun-induced skin damage, it’s no wonder why sunless tanning has become more than just a red carpet commodity. Spray tanning is not only quick and convenient; it produces results that look as good as the real deal.

Professional Tanning Experts
Smooth Exposure has been providing spray tanning services to the Washington area since 2006. Our tanning experts have serviced over 1,000 clients. We are the most experienced service providers in the area. You’ve probably seen our “finished product“ on television, at Washington social events, on a wedding party, at a beauty pageant or even at your office but didn’t know you were looking at a spray tan! Let us give you a healthy glow this season whether it be for a onetime event, in preparation for a beach vacation or to keep a bronzed look throughout the warmer months. You’ll never go back to messy and uneven self-tanners or the harmful tanning bed. Give us 15 minutes and we’ll give you the most beautiful, natural looking sunless tan available.

Lose the Booth !
Hate the “booth experience” Tired of putting a barrier cream or your feet, hands and elbows but not getting it on the rest of your body Tired of being trapped in a tiny tube with wet solution being sprayed in your face. Fed up with jumping around trying to ensure you’re completely covered with the spray but then worrying about the overspray on your manicured nails At Smooth Exposure you won’t get that claustrophobic feeling because you will be sprayed in a room, not a booth, with a technician who will handle all the details of a great tan.

A spray tan will not prevent your skin from burning in the natural sun or in a tanning bed – it is not a sunscreen. Please take the proper precautions when exposed to UV light.

Young boys eating lower fat diets stave off heart disease

May 19, 2015 Posted by Nice

Articles like these are why my children are not so happy that I have a job like this. This article reports that in a study comparing healthy, 11-year-old boys and girls who have either been on unrestricted diets, or low-fat diets, since infancy, the boys who were put on the lower-fat diets fared better. Examinations of their arteries revealed enhanced elasticity of the arterial walls. For some reason, the diet showed statistically significant changes only in the boys, this article reported.

Of course, now that my oldest, and chunky, son is 12, it’s a little too late for me to put him on a low-fat diet starting in infancy. But for the past couple of years, I have been encouraging him to either walk, swim, or use our elliptical trainer. I admit that I have not been as engaged with encouraging him lately as I might. Boy, is he in for it tonight. I have to younger sons who are also going to come home from school and find healthier snacks awaiting them. Apparently, it’s never too early to start.

Main Revitol Ingredients – Know What is in the Skin Care Line

May 9, 2015 Posted by Nice

Created in 2002, Revitol is a skincare line that’s acne, anti-aging, and skin brightening . Eight products are shown by an associate of the Natural Products Association, their web site by March 2010. Now anti-aging make an eye cream, a two component acne treatment, a three component “whole anti-aging alternative”, a cellulite cream, Revitol stretch mark cream, skin exfoliate, skin brightener along with a hair removal. There are a number of the same ingredients used in a number of the products that are different.


Glycerin is a sugar alcohol that is naturally occurring. It’s among the main ingredients in many cosmetic and skin care products like Revitol. The Meals and Drug Administration, or Food, ordinarily regarded as safe, or has deemed it GRAS. This is a humectant, that will pull in the atmosphere that encircles in moisture and lock it to the top levels of skin, maintaining it from becoming dry. Another utilization of glycerin can be as a skin protestant that saves epidermis from discomfort that is external.


Squalene oil is an all-natural oil that’s seen in olive oil and in many vegetables. In a July 2006 research within the International Journal of Cancer revealed that mice were protected by squalene oil from skin cancer tumors after contact with carcinogens. It’s primarily utilized as a skin lubricant and can keep the skin smooth and soft in look. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review, upheld this conclusion as recently as 2001 and or CIR, has discovered it to be safe to be used.

Aloe Vera Extract

Aloe is an all-natural fixing in the solution of the aloe vera plants Aloe ferox and Aloe barbadensis. The Food has outlined it safe and the CIR has set it safe for make-up. It making damaged or dry skin more supple and is commonly used to reduce skin flaking. Many use aloe to help in skin irritations, and in wound care, burns.

Tea Tree Leaf Oil

Made in the distilling of Melaleuca alternifolia leaves, tea tree oil is just a popular ingredient in skin formulas, and in several personal care products, hair care items. It continues to be viewed being an infection treatment in certain fungal infections and has been examined for its antiseptic qualities. Tea tree oil continues to be topically used for sensitive skin responses from histamine-induced inflammation for acne in decrease in lesions and.

In a Transitional Phase

September 23, 2014 Posted by Nice

I’m in a transitional phase. I used to call myself a stay at home dad but I’m feeling guilty about that lately, with two kids in school 9-3:30 and the other 12:50-3:15. I have a hell of a lot more time to write than I used to. My ambition has returned. And my head’s finally starting to clear from the fog of diaper fumes that once enveloped it.

I’m finally coming out of what I call “The Tunnel”. I see others, who’ve just had fresh kids, they’re just entering “The Tunnel”: and it’s a tunnel of exhaustion where you cling by your fingernails to the life you once knew. (You begin to emerge from The Tunnel when your youngest child turns about three, I figure.)

I’m so happy to be out of The Tunnel I could spit. The other day in the park my wife spotted a cute baby and said: “www, don’t you just wish you could go back to those days?”

I stopped, turned to her, and looked her in the eyes with all the seriousness at my disposal:”Pam”, I said: “I am so glad to be out of that phase of our lives I could dance a little jig.”

Our kids sleep through the night now. I don’t even remember what a freshly filled diaper smells like (though I have a dim recollection of it being quite revolting). I can finally once again write sentences that don’t sound like this: “The sun is up. I am up. The sun is bright. We need milk.”

But I don’t know what to call myself these days. I’m very part-time with the kids. I get a lot of help: from my mother, and from Shahnaz, who has been coming to our house on a part-time basis, off and on, for years now.

I know what to call them. My mother is my mother. And I know what to call Shahnaz because she clarified it for me the other day. I was introducing her to someone and I said: “This is Shahnaz. She is, uh¦ Boy, Shahnaz, I don’t really know what to call you.”

Babysitter seemed too trivializing: she’s almost forty. But she only comes in part-time, so “nanny” seemed to be overstating it. Besides, I always get images of Mary Poppins from that word and Shahnaz is no Mary Poppins (and I say that as a compliment: she’s great with the kids but not old-fashioned).

“Uh, child care provider?” she said. In a tone of voice like: “Duhhh!” Which was fair enough, under the circumstances. Somehow this phrase in all its obviousness had eluded me. Maybe I’m still shaking off a few residual diaper-fumes from the old brain-pan.

“Of course. Child care provider. Right. Thank you.” I said, feeling dumb.

Maybe it’s that simple for me, too. Maybe I’m overthinking the whole thing and should just say: I’m a parent.


Phentermine review

March 18, 2014 Posted by Nice

Phentermine works on the central nervous system and should be used in conjunction with exercise and a strict diet to maximize its results. Before you take a prescription, there are a few things you have to be aware of fist. First of all, people who have a history of heart disease or are currently struggling with heart disease should not take the supplement.

People who have a history of substance abuse or are suffering from glaucoma should stay away from this supplement as well. When taking, it is very important that you never go over the dosage prescribed or you may suffer some serious side effects. It is recommended to take Phentermine in the morning on an empty stomach no longer then two hours before breakfast. It should never be taken with alcohol and may impair your judgment in some cases.

Other side effects associated to Phentermine include but are not limited to: chest pain, swelling of the limbs, shortness of breath and dizziness. When taking, you won’t be as hungry as you once were which could result in malnutrition issues in some cases. This is why it is very important to never skip a meal when you’re taking it, but rather go for smaller portions so you can get all the vitamins and nutrient that you need. The supplement could really help you if you are struggling with obesity and would like some help reducing your level of appetite. So, make sure that you ask your doctor if Phentermine is the right drug for you.

Phentermine and its effects in obesity

Use of Phentermine and its effects in obesity are highly appreciated because of its fewer side effects than other weight reducing pills. This is a medically approved appetite suppressant and is found under various trade names.

The effects of Phentermine to help reduce weight in obese patients can improve with exercise, proper following of diet plan, and behavioral modification (intent of the patient towards weight reduction.  The review of topic “Phentermine and the effects” also demands discussion of bad effects of obesity on human body. The obesity itself increases the risk of several diseases like high blood pressure, cardiac diseases, increase blood cholesterol level and diabetes. So, one should not take it easy and try to lose weight to his/her basal metabolic requirement

Growing Taller Product to Grow Taller and to Faster

August 31, 2013 Posted by Nice

First of all, this post is from the official homepage of JMEXY, you should use it wisely.
JMEXY Growth Formula is the only safe nutritional supplement that will significantly help you grow taller because it is the only one that will rejuvenate and revitalize your growth plates to keep them open longer, dramatically increase your metabolism rate, and increase the flow of cerebral-spinal fluid  & spinal cord. With the help of JMEXY Growth Formula you can dramatically increase your height and elevate the your quality of life, Grow Taller and Faster now ! For those who have the disease in heredity, refer to here: what is legal midget height and read more details.
Santa Mina International is dedicated to the continual development of the highest quality natural products and supplements in the world.
Our comprehensive approach to product development guarantees that our formulas are effective, complete, balanced, and safe. All of our products are based on solid scientific research with ingredients that have published peer-reviewed clinical studies backing their efficacy.
  • Stimulate Growth
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If you answered “YES” any of the questions above then JMEXY GROWTH FORMULA is just for you.
Studies have shown that 97% of the people (between ages 16-35) who use JMEXY growth formula experience powerful height gains & an increase in their overall well-being.

Online colleges nursing, master’s degree, bachelor of science

August 10, 2013 Posted by Nice

The life expectancy of a majority of Americans has increased substantially not only because of changing lifestyles but also because of vastly improved health care systems. But even then more health care professionals like physicians, surgeons and nurses are still in great demand, especially that of nurses. The health care industry: it has now become an “industry” is advancing by offering career choices by way of more opportunities for nursing education and other options.

One of the recently options available in the health care educational system is the Associate’s Degree in Nursing. Though in its nascent stage it is fast gaining approval in the industry. While there exist some differences in the training of an Associate and a Bachelor, many health care institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes and physician’s clinics are wakening up to the fact that there is no substantial difference in the duties that can be performed by an Associate and a Bachelor in nursing. But are they the same?

Obviously there has to be. The main difference is the time frame in which you obtain an Associate degree compared to that of a Bachelor’s degree. You can get an Associate’s in a period of two years. This is also called a “fast track” education and there are many such Associate degree plans available. Most of them are available through technical training institutions or community colleges. Now, even some universities are offering fast track degrees as a part of their curriculum.

Compared to an Associate program, a Bachelor’s takes four years to complete. Some individuals who already have a few hours of college training on their hands may be able to complete it a little earlier, especially if complimented by some form of summer schooling. But without exception getting a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline, including nursing, will take a full four years.

Well, if you can get an Associate’s in two years, why go in for a four year Bachelor’s degree? Though most health care institutions are willing to accept either of the two, there is a difference in their respective pay packets, with the holders of Bachelor’s expecting to be paid more. One of the plus points about getting an Associate degree s that you can start earning and work your way to a Bachelor’s at the same time. Study while you earn.

So what is the actual difference? An important point pointed out by the advocates of the Associate degree is that the Bachelor’s requires the study of subjects not relevant to the practice of nursing; like a completion of the requirements of physical education, history and communication among others. Some of them include mathematics and science courses that are above the requirements of an two-year Associate degree.

By comparison, a “Block” format is used in an Associate’s program, where, instead of taking separate classes for algebra and chemistry, the student may take an afternoon class combining the two with more emphasis on the relevance of the subject to their chosen field.

There are some who insist that a nurse should undergo a full four year term of study and that there is no substitute for a Bachelor’s degree. But whatever be the pros and cons of an Associate degree, as long as there is a demand for nurses and others in the industry, the pace of the training is immaterial as long as it is adequate.