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Last year, more than eight-point-seven-million people underwent cosmetic procedures to enhance what nature gave them, or didn’t. But experts tell us that Americans may be jumping into invasive procedures too quickly.

Despiterepparttar media coverage of makeover reality shows,repparttar 136028 majority of Americans are not looking for extreme transformations. According torepparttar 136029 American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, most of us want to look better, naturally, with 68-percent preferring a subtle change. And experts agree that looking your best could be accomplished at home for considerably less.

Dr. Linda Franks, a leader inrepparttar 136030 specialized skin care frontier, says “To get that timeless, healthy look you need to start with an appropriate skincare regime. Taking good care of your skin can stave off fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and even dry skin.”

Where to begin? Atrepparttar 136031 sink! Doctors say whatever your skin type,repparttar 136032 key is to cleanse it gently. Avoid hot water and use lukewarm instead, to prevent over-drying. And throw inrepparttar 136033 towel – traditional washcloths are too abrasive forrepparttar 136034 face, so use your hands and fingers.

Sixty-eight-percent of women claim to have sensitive skin which means dry, tight, chapped or easily irritated skin. Dr. Franks advises moisturizing regularly and avoiding harsh cleansers with ingredients such as fragrances, dyes and preservatives because sensitive skin is easily damaged and takes longer to recover.

If your skin is dry and easily irritated, don’t wash more than once a day. You may risk strippingrepparttar 136035 skin of its natural oils. Dr. Franks recommends looking for non-irritating cleansing washes that are soap-free, moisturizers that are light, oil-free, and water-based to help maintainrepparttar 136036 skin’s natural barrier. Another tip—make sure to choose a facial moisturizer with an SPF of at least 15, which protects against both UVB and UVA rays.

Are You Dating a Potential Cheater?

Written by Ruth Houston

Like most single women who are dating, I’m sure you’ll want to avoid getting involved with a man who’s likely to cheat. After all, he could one day break your heart. But according to statistics, an estimated 50 to 70 percent of men cheat on their mates. How can you tell ifrepparttar man you’re dating is one of these potential cheaters? Wouldn’t it be great to have this information about him before you get too deeply involved?

Find out If He’s Prone to Infidelity

Finding out whether or notrepparttar 136027 man you’re dating is prone to infidelity is much easier than you think. Studies reveal that some men are more likely to cheat than others because of their background, their past history, or certain character traits. Using this information, I’ve designed a 7 question quiz that can help you determine ifrepparttar 136028 man you’re dating is a potential cheater.

Single Women Screen Dates with this Quiz

The Potential Cheaters Quiz was originally posted on my website to help married women find out if their husbands are potential cheaters. However numerous single women report that they’re usingrepparttar 136029 quiz to screenrepparttar 136030 men they meet at dating sites, and through dating services and personal ads.

Decide Who Not to Date

The Potential Cheaters quiz can help you make an informed decision about whether or not to continue dating a man, or how deeply to get involved. By identifying and avoidingrepparttar 136031 potential cheaters inrepparttar 136032 dating pool, you can save yourself a lot of unnecessary headaches and heartaches.

Rate Your Date withrepparttar 136033 Potential Cheaters Quiz

So before you fall head-over-heels in love or get too attached to that new man in your life, rate your date’s cheating potential withrepparttar 136034 7 questions below:

Potential Cheaters Quiz

1.Does he thrive on adventure?

2.Did he have a great deal of sexual experience prior to your relationship?

3.Does he have lots of female friends?

4.Does he have male friends who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends?

5.Does he have a parent who cheated?

6.Did he cheat in any of his past relationships?

7.Does he feel that infidelity is really no big deal?

Whatrepparttar 136035 Answers Mean:

1.Some men enjoy allrepparttar 136036 suspense, deception and intrigue that go along with infidelity. They’ll cheat just forrepparttar 136037 “thrill ofrepparttar 136038 chase.”

2.Studies reveal that men who were extremely sexually active before settling down in a committed relationship are more apt to engage in sex outside that relationship. Don’t expect a leopard to change his spots.

3.Close friendships with women are a common starting point for infidelity. Friends can quickly turn into lovers. The closerrepparttar 136039 friendship,repparttar 136040 greaterrepparttar 136041 odds that it will develop into an affair.

4.Never underestimaterepparttar 136042 power of peer pressure. If his friends are cheating, he’ll soon be cheating too.

5.Infidelity tends to run in families. Children of unfaithful parents are often programmed to follow in their footsteps, considering infidelity to berepparttar 136043 norm.

6.“Once a cheater, always a cheater.” There are exceptions, but statistically speaking, if he cheated once, he’s more apt to do it again. His history will probably repeat itself.

7.If he doesn’t believe that infidelity is wrong, his behavior will reflect his beliefs.

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