There's just so much buzz surrounding the topic of anti-aging and cosmetic surgery these days, so many questions and choices, it's hard to know what to believe,
Beverly Hills, California (PRWEB) July 30, 2009
A new website recently launched by anti-aging experts Eve Michaels and Karen Norris is a one-stop resource of information on anti-aging and cosmetic rejuvenation services. http://www.SimplyAgeless411.com has everything you ever wanted to know about cosmetic procedures -- surgical versus non-surgical procedures, what physicians perform both and who are the best doctors. The hot topic of bio-identical hormone replacement, recently profiled on Oprah, is also featured for the many women who are unsure of its benefits and want to know more and where to find the right doctors. High quality vitamin and nutritional products specializing in anti-aging are also available along with a free weekly ezine featuring specials on procedures from top doctors.
"There's just so much buzz surrounding the topic of anti-aging and cosmetic surgery these days, so many questions and choices, it's hard to know what to believe, " says Michaels, a former patient consultant for three plastic surgeons in Beverly Hills and a recent finalist for the "National Model of the Year" contest conducted by the AARP." Karen and I discovered that there is a need for an objective, independent voice out there to help women and men navigate their way through the world of anti-aging and cosmetic medicine and to help them understand what's available to them to look and feel healthy and youthful throughout their lives. We do not accept referral or advertising fees from any of the doctors we recommend," she says.
"This is a passion for us," explains Norris, who is certified in anti-aging, functional and regenerative medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging. "We've spent the last 10 years collectively interviewing physicians, investigating treatments and procedures and the value of supplements, and have captured it in a way that is accessible to anyone considering an anti-aging regimen. We've done the heavy lifting already."
Norris cites the sometimes-confusing subject of nutritional supplements as an example. She's done her homework; her best advice: Buyer Beware. "Dietary supplements aren't regulated by the FDA since they aren't medications and one supplement can be radically different from another, though both claiming the same benefits," she explains. "What you find in the supermarkets and drug stores can be lacking in absorption properties and can contain fillers, leaving little of the actual tablet nutrient. What we've done on our website is explain what to look for in a supplement to get the best results." Supplements normally only available through a physician's office can be purchased on the site.
Michaels and Norris send out a free weekly email newsletter called SimplyAgeless411 Weekly Digital Ezine which provides the most current information on anti-aging, "insider" perspectives on the latest techniques, Ask the Doctor section, special offers to newsletter subscribers, and invitations to web-based seminars and Anti-Aging Bootcamps, which they host throughout the year nationwide. The digital newsletter features special offers from several renowned, board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeons in Beverly Hills and Orange County -- one, in particular, is offering "Botox Madness," $6 per unit (normally $12 per unit) on Botox injections. These offers are exclusive to the SimplyAgeless411 subscriber database. Karen and Eve are available for media interviews and advice. Click this link to see the latest ezine http://tinyurl.com/mhrupx
To subscribe to the free newsletter and learn more, visit http://www.SimplyAgeless411.com