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Jane Wilkens Michael is the host of the The Jane Wilkens Michael Show: Better Than Before, a weekly beauty, health and fitness talk show on CBS Radio. Her features have appeared in Town & Country, the New York Times, AARP The Magazine, the International Herald Tribune, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan and Intent.com. Furthermore, she is the Better Than Before columnist for Spry Living Magazine as well as the author of Breakfast Lunch and Dinner of Champions, for which she interviewed athletes in ten major sports and discussed their nutritional needs and ideal diets, and several beauty and spa books. Visit her website here.
For a few best-kept salon secrets, I sought advice from the experts at Aveda, who offer their plant-based products and ritual-based head-to-toe beauty treatments at more than 7,000 professional hair salons and spas the world over.Read Full Story
When I am in another city, if I have (or can make) a little extra time, I also head straight for the in-house spa. There, jet lag, frazzled nerves and a fatigued-looking face can all be alleviated in as little as an hour's time.Read Full Story
I once implored my husband to go to Bloomingdale's to buy me perfume as a birthday present. When he returned, he was pale, and his eyes were glazed. “Jane,” he said, “The whole ground floor is devoted to fragrances — literally thousands and thousands of them!” He claimed he got so confused that he ended up just buying himself an aftershave.Read Full Story
This time of year, I'm often asked for suggestions about how to fix sun-and-surf beauty issues. They run the gamut from hair turning green, natural ways to treat sunburned skin, and cellulite. These are all common issues, but did you also know that your a/c unit is secretly aging you?Read Full Story
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S. In 2007 alone, over 58,000 people were diagnosed with melanomas of the skin, with 8,000 people actually dying from them. Furthermore, malignant melanoma is the number one cause of death from cancer in women in their 20s to 30s.Read Full Story
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