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Skin Care Solutions Elite MediSpa can help to reverse years of sun damage and reveal beautiful, younger-looking skin

As we head into fall, we often remind ourselves that though our tans will fade our summertime memories will last forever. Unfortunately, damaged skin from prolonged sun exposure also stays with us. “Sun damage can take a toll on the skin and underlying connective tissue, leaving you with fine lines and wrinkles,” says Kelly Roberts, a...

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Protect your basement from water by stopping the flow from the outside

Nobody wants to find out that their basement walls or foundation have water damage, acknowledges Mark Olivieri, the son in Olivieri and Son—specialists in basement waterproofing. But not knowing about a problem doesn’t mean it isn’t there. “It’s like a medical condition,” says Mark. “The earlier you catch it, the easier it is...

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Here’s how Exactly can sell your home faster and for more money, while you pay less

A boutique real estate company with a well-earned reputation for its expert knowledge in the local real estate market, Exactly boasts a 100-percent success rate in selling homes. The reason for its success? According to founder Kevin Wasie, it comes down to two simple things. “If your house is not selling it always can be attributed to one...

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Spa treatments can help your skin stay hydrated this summer

In addition to drinking copious amounts of water, spa treatments can also help your skin stay supple this summer. “Getting facials is important year-round, but especially in the summer when the skin is prone to producing more oil, which clogs pores and dehydrates skin,” says Kathy Dyczko, an esthetician at Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa...

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The team at Symphony at Mentor is dedicated to senior care done right

As the new executive director at Symphony at Mentor, Terry Hornikel considers herself lucky to be at the helm of the only dedicated dementia and memory care community in Lake County. Terry began her new position in mid-June, continuing her more than 35-year career in the assisted living/memory care industry. “I’ve always had a passion for...

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