There’s mAAgic In The Air As Faces Lift to Lift the Spirits of Children: Cynthia Rowland’s Facial Magic® and American Airlines’ Something mAAgic® Raise Funds For Wishes

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On Saturday, April 29th there will be no evidence of Botox® in the room, as Cynthia Rowland, beauty expert and creator of Facial Magic®, the non-surgical, all natural face lift program, leads big hearted women in a fundraising workshop for the benefit of children through the Something mAAgic Foundation, Inc®. This unusual fundraising event supports the efforts of American Airlines volunteers in raising funds to fulfill the wishes of terminally ill children in conjunction with Make-A-Wish® Foundation.

There will be lots of strange expressions present at the Atrium Hotel in Irvine, CA on April 29th from the laughter and the exercises of generous women, as renowned Beauty Expert Cynthia Rowland, http://www.cynthiarowland.com/mAAgic.htm , raises eyebrows in the Entertainment capital of the world for a good cause: to fulfill the wishes of terminally ill-children.

Joining forces with American Airlines volunteers from Something mAAgic® the Facial Magic® workshop teaches women how to take 10 to 15 years off their faces, without surgery or injections. Through an exercise routine that takes less than 15 minutes a day, women can restore their beauty the all natural way and help fulfill the wishes of terminally ill children at the same time.

“We decided it would be great fun to create an unusual fund raising benefit for the children supported by Something mAAgic®. The results of Cynthia’s face-saving techniques in 6 weeks just wowed me. Not only is the program easy-to-learn and easy-to-do, we’re hoping that once women learn about the powerful and pain-less results of the Facial Magic® program, they’ll donate the money they’ve been saving for their someday face-lift to these amazing children,” says Anna Mackenzie, President Elect of Something mAAgic®.

The public is invited to make a reservation to attend this rare workshop led by Beauty Expert, Cynthia Rowland, who will teach them first-hand how to take 10 years off their looks by exercising their face and neck, just like they do their body.

“It’s worth looking silly for a few seconds during the eyebrow lift exercise to look more youthful for years,” states Cynthia, “and to help terminally ill children receive their wishes while we rid our faces of sagging facial muscles. A win for everyone!”

Something mAAgic Foundation, Inc.®, a non-profit organization run primarily by American Airlines and American Eagle volunteers, supports the missions of Give Kids the World Village™ and the Make-A-Wish Foundation®, by raising funds to enhance the fulfillment of wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

For more information and to book a reservation for the workshop please call Anna Mackenzie at 949-852-5334 or register online at http://www.cynthiarowland.com/mAAgic.htm . For interviews and demonstrations of Facial Magic®, the all-natural, non-surgical facelift, for the media by Cynthia please contact Gloria McMillan at 562-434-4304 and visit http://www.cynthiarowland.com

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