July 2017

Your Skin Needs Moisture
 
Don't forget to use sunscreen, such as Rhonda Allison Broad Spectrum Daytime Defense SPF30, this summer and always moisturize your skin after a shower or bath using products such as Get Fresh Products. The hot summer sun will dehydrate your skin and you need that moisture.

Get Fresh products use the highest quality ingredients in their bath and body products, such as blue green marine algae, shea and jojoba butters and aloe vera. The products also include a myriad of exquisite extracts and antioxidants to help hydrate your skin and keep it feeling soft, smooth and supple.
 
Their product lines all are formulated without phthalates, sulfates, parabens, synthetic dyes, or sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates. The company works hard to bring you the very best bath and body products with outstanding ingredients that will help bring the comfort and experience of a spa into your daily routine.

Stop by That ET Today to Get 
The Perfect Moisturizers And Sunscreens For The Summer.



Happy 13th anniversary to salon stylist Samantha.



Happy 1st anniversary to massage therapist Tina.

Slip, Slop, Slap, and Wrap
 to Help Prevent Skin Cancer  

The American Cancer Society's awareness campaign for skin cancer prevention promotes the slogan "Slip! Slop! Slap! and Wrap," which is a catch phrase that reminds people of the 4 key ways they can protect themselves from UV radiation:
  • Slip on a shirt
  • Slop on sunscreen
  • Slap on a hat
  • Wrap on sunglasses to protect the eyes and sensitive skin around them from ultraviolet light.
The best ways to lower the risk of non-melanoma skin cancer are to avoid long exposure to intense sunlight and practice sun safety. You can still exercise and enjoy the outdoors while using sun safety at the same time. Here are some ways to be sun safe:
  • Avoid the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
  • Seek shade: Look for shade, especially in the middle of the day when the sun's rays are strongest. Practice the shadow rule and teach it to children. If your shadow is shorter than you, the sun's rays are at their strongest.
  • Slip on a shirt: Cover up with protective clothing to guard as much skin as possible when you are out in the sun. Choose comfortable clothes made of tightly woven fabrics that you cannot see through when held up to a light.
  • Slop on sunscreen: Use sunscreen and lip balm with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. Apply a generous amount of sunscreen (about a palmful) and reapply every 2 hours and after swimming, toweling dry, or sweating. Use sunscreen even on hazy or overcast days.
  • Slap on a hat: Cover your head with a wide-brimmed hat, shading your face, ears, and neck. If you choose a baseball cap, remember to protect your ears and neck with sunscreen.
  • Wrap on sunglasses: Wear sunglasses with 99% to 100% UV absorption to provide optimal protection for the eyes and the surrounding skin.
  • Follow these practices to protect your skin even on cloudy or overcast days. UV rays travel through clouds.
  • Avoid other sources of UV light. Tanning beds and sun lamps are dangerous. They also damage your skin in other ways.
 

 
Learn to Defend Yourself




Have you ever wondered how you would defend yourself if you are attacked, kidnapped, raped, robbed or have a home invasion? Learn simple self-defense techniques that will allow you to escape or disable an attacker, no matter your physical fitness, expertise or age.
 
The Turning Point, Collin County Rape Crisis Center, and Diane Reeve, owner of Vision Martial Arts Center, are offering a women's-only, basic self-defense class.
 
Diane Reeve, owner of Vision Martial Arts Center, is a 7th degree Black Belt. Diane will teach you how to be confident, prepared and empowered in an environment that promotes empowerment and fun! You will learn:  
  • Awareness and prevention - 90% of self-defense is not being chosen as a target
  • Management of aggressive behavior - even if the other person is bigger and stronger
  • Escape techniques to free you from the grasp of a predator
  • Sexual Assault Defense - plus how to spot red flags of a potential abuser in an acquaintance or relationship
 
About the Class

Monday, July 31st
7 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
That Elegant Touch Salon and Day Spa
Register by calling Diane Reeve at 972-979-2832 
$35 per person 

Class registration is limited to the first 15 women. A waiting list will be kept in case of cancellations.

Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that allow you to move; bring water; paper & pen to take notes; a towel - if needed

$10 person of the class fee will be donated to The Turning Point, Collin County's Rape Crisis Center.
 
Register NOW by calling 972-979-2832 
and gain the peace of mind and 
confidence you've been looking for.


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