The NAACP Awards was established to honor the outstanding achievements of people of color and I would like to congratulate Cee-Lo Green and Smokey Robinson on their nominations!
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) March 4, 2011
After her whirlwind appearances at the Golden Globe Gifting Suite, The Grammy's, and the 19th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party hosted by Sir Elton John; Christine Heathman, Master Aesthetician, CEO and Founder of GlyMed Plus and the GlyMed Plus Institute of Skin Science™ is pleased to congratulate her friends Cee-Lo Green (Grammy winning performer of the smash hit single, "Forget You") and legendary singer, song writer and Motown Icon, Smokey Robinson.
"The NAACP Awards was established to honor the outstanding achievements of people of color and I would like to congratulate Cee-Lo Green and Smokey Robinson on their nominations!" States Christine Heathman. "Halle Berry, Mary J. Blige, Loretta Devine, Vanessa Williams, Alfre Woodard, Jill Scott and Beyonce Knowles are some of the finest performers of Hollywood. These fine entertainers are not only skilled at their craft, but they are also known for their beauty and glowing complexions."
Do you desire flawless complexions like the Hollywood stars? Christine has advice for the everyday woman to achieve healthy, glowing skin.
African American skin is more sensitive than Caucasian skin and finding a product to perform synergistically to address acne, PFB (ingrown hairs), pigmentation, dry skin and other skin challenges has created disappointment in many people of color. Not all products that are commercially available work with African American skin, despite the marketing hype. GlyMed Plus is a highly respected professional only product developed by Ms. Heathman, CME, LMT and licensed Master Esthetician and available only through the finer spa’s and skin care clinics in the USA and other countries. Christine Heathman has over 20 years of clinical success for skin of color.
Acne is always a challenge for African American skin because oil glands are larger and more plentiful than in Caucasian skin. Purchasing a product from television advertisements for this condition is not advisable because people of color have unique skin conditions that need a professional product. Having the correct product, and treatment is critical. Skin of color is more susceptible to dark spots because it reacts to ultra violet rays by producing color instead of burning. Sunscreen is a must to help prevent hyperpigmentation. Loss of hydration (water in the skin) is far greater than in fairer skin causing dryness. Selecting the correct moisturizing formula to balance the skin’s ecosystem for skin of color is fundamental. Important advise for skin of color is to use a professional only product such as GlyMed Plus if you want results and balanced skin for a lifetime.
Christine will be sharing her expertise on how to transition skin from winter to spring Friday morning, March 4, 2011 on KTVU channel 2 – Utah’s #1 News Station, CBS affiliate in Salt Lake City. Christine Heathman will appear and present expert skin care tips on having the most healthy, younger looking skin possible and advise the Utah audience how aging skin can be effectively managed to look youthful and healthier.
About Christine Heathman
Christine Heathman, CEO and Founder of GlyMed Plus/Advanced Aesthetics is the innovator behind GlyMed Plus Purely Professional products which are used in spas & medical clinics all over the world. Christine is skin care advisor to many Hollywood celebrities who use her fantastic, high end, professional only products. Christine has appeared as a guest expert on The Doctors and on Lifetime TV Channel’s The Balancing Act. GlyMed Plus/Advanced Aesthetics offers a complete range of professional only products, combining technologically advanced ingredients with certified organic botanicals to produce amazing results.To find out more about Christine Heathman and her skin science message, please visit http://www.christineheathman.com and http://www.glymedplus.com
About The NAACP Image Awards
Presented annually, the NAACP Image Awards are the nation's premier event celebrating the outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice.
The NAACP Image Awards are an exciting, star-studded salute to the best in entertainment. Honorees, presenters and performers have included many of the major celebrities in America as well as international political figures and dignitaries. There are 53 competitive categories in the fields of motion picture, television, recording and literature. There are also several honorary awards including the Chairman's Award, The President's Award and The Image Awards Hall of Fame. For more information, please visit http://www.naacpimageawards.net/
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