“One of my goals with The Skin Regime was to help someone with extremely damaged skin, to prove beyond a doubt that my program could help reverse even extreme damage at home, with drugstore products, and at-home glycolic treatments,” says Ramos.
Westchester, NY (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Patricia Krentcil, better known as “The Tanning Mom,” for her infamously over-bronzed visage, is once again shocking millions with her appearance – this time, in a positive way. The Nutley, N.J. based mother of five has completely transformed her look, thanks to a unique friendship with author Dana Ramos of The Skin Regime: Boot Camp for Beautiful Skin (http://www.TheSkinRegime.com).
Ramos approached Krentcil, 44, in August, with a simple proposition--if she followed the simple techniques and "Boot Camp" described in The Skin Regime, Krentcil would be able to restore health and beauty to her skin, simply, inexpensively and with dermatologist-backed techniques.
“One of my goals with The Skin Regime was to help someone with extremely damaged skin, to prove beyond a doubt that my program could help reverse even extreme damage at home, with drugstore products, and at-home glycolic treatments,” says Ramos. “I was thrilled when Patricia agreed to quit tanning and embark on a journey to attain healthier, more beautiful skin.’"
Added Ramos, “Perhaps more important, this transformation is a physical reflection of Patricia’s increasing emotional and physical well-being.”
Ramos has spent considerable time with Krentcil in recent months and the two have become good friends. Since the two went public in late September 2012 with Krentcil’s in-progress look on WCBS-TV New York, media interest in "how" she got her new skin has been growing. Ramos and Krentcil have since made appearances on Dr. Drew Pinsky/CNN Headline News and local New York television programs, and inquiries are beginning to spread beyond New York.
“Given the damage Patricia had inflicted on her skin, many questioned whether she could ever restore a natural looking tone and texture,” noted Ramos. “Her remarkable progress should serve as an inspiration to any woman seeking to look great and feel better about herself.”