Dr. Anouche Roberts & Sharon Kleyne Agree Ocular Melanoma, Botox & Facial Rejuvenation Require More Education

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Water Vapor Evaporation Plays Major Role in Triggering Ocular Melanoma. Staying Hydrated Is Critical to Feeling Better & Looking Younger Say Roberts & Kleyne.

Dr. Anouche Roberts and Sharon Kleyne agree that ocular melanoma, Botox and facial rejuvenation require more education for more people to enjoy their protections and benefits. Years ago when water evaporation expert Kleyne studied melanoma and created Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water® to supplement and replenish body water vapor that was lost to evaporation, she realized that ocular melanoma was also a life-threatening problem. As a result, Kleyne developed Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® to supplement and replenish water vapor evaporating from the eye’s tear film.

Kleyne had discovered that water vapor evaporation plays a major role in triggering ocular melanoma. Dr. Anouche Roberts trained early in her career as a surgeon in ophthalmology, and she agrees with Kleyne that melanoma can be invasive in the eye and lead to death. At Kleyne’s on-air request, Roberts shared her preventative measures. “People should get an annual dilated eye exam,” said Roberts, “so that the doctor can observe what is going on at the back of the eye. Melanoma can affect peripheral vision,” Roberts continued. “One might see floaters, like shadows passing over the eye. Or, one may suffer headaches and chronic stress.”

“It is well documented,” added Kleyne, “that stress causes water loss due to over-evaporation.”

Shifting to a discussion of Roberts’ current focus on liquid face lifts, dermal fillers and the use of Botox, Roberts stressed the importance of water to the process. “Water is essential to glistening, supple skin” said Roberts. Kleyne asked Roberts to describe Botox. “Botox is a protein that binds to the muscle,” said Roberts. “Botox causes relaxation of the muscle. It is FDA-approved for migraines, cerebral palsy and for smoothing wrinkles. Dermal fillers,” Roberts added, “are carbohydrates that draw water in, hold it, and make skin glow.”

Roberts and Kleyne agree that more education and research are needed everywhere to increase and make more readily available ocular health and revitalized skin procedures. Kleyne sees her radio talk show, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, as an opportunity to reach millions of listeners worldwide with the latest new water research and technology. It is all about learning, according to Kleyne. “When you’re at this moment when you are listening to me and I am listening to myself,” said Kleyne, “we realize it all begins with water. But if you think you’re smart enough and not it all in that moment, you will pay. You’ll be sorry. Your health will suffer.”

Being open to education and curious about new water research and new water technology, and being willing to live a Water Life Science® lifestyle will improve life and increase longevity. Staying hydrated is critical to feeling better and looking younger, say Roberts and Kleyne.

If you would like to listen to the program featuring Dr. Anouche Roberts from Virginia near Washington, D.C. and eye mist and dry eye educator Sharon Kleyne discussing melanoma, liquid face lifts, dermal fillers, facial rejuvenation, Botox, dry eye, eye mist, evaporation and proactive health education, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/110138/intellectual-property-protection-in-biopharmaceutical-industry

Date aired: October 29th, 2018

Guest: Dr. Anouch Roberts, Virginia, near Washington, D.C.

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