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Got wrinkles? There’s a non-invasive solution that can help!

Got wrinkles? There’s a non-invasive solution that can help!

According to the National Institutes of Health, wrinkles are creases in the skin that come from the natural process of aging. However natural they may be, there are things that tend to speed up their onset, such as sun exposure or smoking. Each year there are around 5 million people who get injections, to help reduce wrinkles, according to The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Now, with the introduction of Liquid BioCell™ Life, people have a powerful alternative to injections and a new way to look younger, longer.

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Acne Specialist Crystal Wellman Joins Forces with Doctor Yum Project to Educate the Public

Acne Specialist Crystal Wellman Joins Forces with Doctor Yum Project to Educate the Public

Acne Specialist Crystal Wellman Joins Forces with Doctor Yum Project 

To Educate the Public About Acne and Healthy Skin

According to the National Institute of Health, your skin is the organ that comes into contact with the rest of the world. It holds body fluids in, preventing dehydration and keeps harmful microbes out. Keeping your skin healthy is vital and Crystal Wellman, Master Aesthetician and owner of Crystal Clear Acne Clinic, joins the Doctor Yum Project to educate teenagers and adults about what foods keep your skin healthy on September 17, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 10482 Georgetown Drive, Suite B, Spotsylvania, Virginia.

Take the Plunge: Join Design Army X Karla Colletto for Pool Party, Fashion Show on Friday, Aug. 22

Take the Plunge: Join Design Army X Karla Colletto for Pool Party, Fashion Show on Friday, Aug. 22

Design Army X Karla Colletto to debut their swimwear collection - Swim At Your Own Risk - on Friday, August 22 from 7-10 p.m. at Capitol Skyline Hotel

On the heels of judging the global 61st Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in France as one of two US judges in the Design category, Pum Lefebure, co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Design Army, just released her first swimwear collection, Swim At Your Own Risk, in collaboration with Karla Colletto. A capsule collection for Colletto’s Cruise 2015 line and Lefebure’s first venture into fashion design, the five-piece graphic swimsuits and beachwear debuted at the Miami Swim Show on July 19th.

MISSING: PA woman last seen in Germantown


FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA9) -- Philadelphia Police are searching for a woman they say was last seen in Virginia.

Wendy Fougy, 43, of Philadelphia was last seen at her workplace at 3200 Jermantown Road in Fairfax, Philadelphia Police said.

Fougy is 5'5" tall, weighing 135 pounds with straight black hair, police described. Fougy may be driving a Red 2011 Hyundai Sonata with Pennsylvania tags reading: JKS-3697.

Anyone with information about Fougy's whereabouts is asked to contact the Philadelphia Police Department's Northeast Detectives at 215-686-3153


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5 Reasons People Get Acne and What to Do About It

5 Reasons People Get Acne and What to Do About It

According to National Library of Medicine, acne occurs when tiny holes on the surface of the skin---pores, become clogged. People of all races, ages, and skin types are at risk of developing acne due to their lifestyle choices, make-up products or hormones. Crystal Wellman, master aesthetician and owner of Crystal Clear Acne Clinic, lists five reasons people get acne and what to do about it.

“Men and women develop acne for all sorts of reasons, regardless of age,” affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. “What most people don’t realize is that there are a few changes you can make to your lifestyle to help prevent acne from forming.”

Here are five reasons that acne forms and what to do about it:

Tips for Choosing Sustainable Wines

Tips for Choosing Sustainable Wines

Americans love to drink their wine. In fact, according to the Wine Institute, there are around 856 million gallons of wine consumed each year in this country. And that’s a number that has been steadily growing for decades. In 1992, the average was 476 million gallons per year, and in 1972 it was 337 million gallons per year. While the love of wine hasn’t changed, some things have, including those looking for wines that are sustainably produced.

“As people become more environmentally conscious about various issues they are interested in products that are more sustainable,” explained Danny Lledo, manager of Slate Wine Bar & Bistro, located in the Glover Park area of Washington D.C. “The good news for wine lovers is that there are some great sustainable wine options available, so there is no compromising on quality or flavor.”

When it comes to opting for sustainable wine options, here are some tips to keep in mind:

Police: Drunk man who tried to enter home fled on bike


FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA9) -- A 19-year-old man was caught after he was accused of trying to enter an apartment in Fairfax and then fled on a bicycle.

Police say the incident happened on Saturday at 9 p.m. in the 9800 block of Main Street. Officers responded to the Fairfax Square Apartments for the report of a male subject possibly trying to enter an apartment who had fled the area on a bicycle.

According to police, he was found in the area and identified as 19-year-old Mars Jolo Jones of Centreville.

Their investigation revealed that the bicycle had been taken from a patio outside the apartment. Police say Jones was taken into custody and charged with grand larceny and drunk in public.

His bond was set at $3,000, say police.