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Beauty Break Newsletter
June 2011
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Dads, grads, brides, grooms, summer solstice saluters, and all other warm weather celebrators:  Try the Luscious Lemon, Lime and Lychee Liquor Potion cocktail by recipe-of-the-month contest winner, Lulu Hooaa from Oahu, Hawaii.    And, don't forget to submit your favorite BeautyScoop recipe to and you just may be the next one to win a free box of BeautyScoop!   


Beauty is Power!  Drink it in. 

The BeautyScoop Customer Service Team

Dr Y Stem Cell Clear
A Plastic Surgeon's Perspective:  

 Plastic Surgery to PREVENT Bullying?  





Think plastic surgery to prevent bullying is all just media hype? Don't be so quick to judge a book by its cover, or a child by his mother!  Well-meaning, psychologically aware parents have been choosing plastic surgery for their children to help maintain self-confidence and prevent bullying for decades...D-E-C-A-D-E-S!  It is nothing new.


Sometimes, starlets' plastic surgery can seem self-indulgent or vain, a purely cosmetic tool. It's important to remember, though, that much of plastic surgery focuses on reconstruction.  No one questions the "necessity" of plastic surgery for those with burns, clefts, and scars left from cancers--and for good reason. But the cosmetic benefits of these procedures are undeniable.


Take, for example, a child with protruding ears.  Ear pinning (otoplasty) can restore the ear size, shape, and position to normalcy.  After the age of six, otoplasty is safe, fast, and virtually painless.  So why subject a child to a lifetime of "Dumbo" jokes?  An otoplasty in an otherwise physically, emotionally, and socially healthy child can be a surefire way to prevent bullying. 


The same is true of exaggerated nasal features. Oversized, crooked, or oddly shaped noses are often a source of relentless teasing among children. Surgery that restores normal nasal structure and function has long been accepted by well-adjusted teens, their parents, and doctors, so why stand by and watch a child experience a painful loss of confidence? 


While surgeries to improve the appearance of a child's ears or nose have long been popular, a newer cosmetic procedure is also on the rise.  Those who suffer from unwanted hair, such as girls with upper lip hair or thick sideburns, may want a lasting solution to avoid being taunted by their peers. Laser hair removal is now becoming a more common alternative to waxing, depilation creams, and the dreadful shaving. 


External beauty is first and foremost a reflection of inner health and wellness.  But when physical appearance does not reflect the inner self, surgery is the necessary option for improvement.  In fact, it can strengthen self-confidence and prevent bullying.  Young skin is quite elastic.  It is quite forgiving, and it heals quickly.  Emotional scars from bullying make their mark for life.
Luscious Lemon Lime Lychee Liquor PotionShake Your Beauty! 

Luscious Lemon, Lime and Lychee Liquor Potion

Adapted from Alan Wong by Lulu Hooaa, Oahu, Hawaii    

  • 1 packet or 1 scoop of BeautyScoop
  • 4 fresh lychees, pitted or 4 canned lychees with 1/2 tbsp syrup   
  • 1/2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/2 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice 
  • 2 1/2 tbsp citrus flavored vodka
  • 1 cup ice   


  1. Combine lychees, lime juice, lemon juice, vodka, BeautyScoop and ice in the blender.
  2. Puree until thick and smooth.
  3. Serve in a tall pilsner glass.
  4. Slurp it up in sheer delight.  
Yield: 1 cocktail



This summer, do you want to have younger-looking skin; longer, stronger nails; and healthy, shiny hair?  Then, get it now! Take advantage of promotion code "2B1CF" and receive  one complimentary canister of BeautyScoop with every  TWO boxes you purchase!  Your hair, skin and nails won't know how to thank you!  

Beauty is Power!  Drink it in.

 *Offer can not be combined with any other promotion or discount.    
Offer Expires June 30, 2011.