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Special Offer at Remodeled Derma Clinic


D


erma Clinic of Naples, owned by


Debra Victor, a licensed esthetician and permanent makeup artist for cosmetic and paramedical proce- dures, offering electroly- sis and permanent hair removal, has undergone a remodel at its 814 Anchor Rode Drive location, in Park Shore. To celebrate, Derma Clinic is offering Natural Awaken- ings readers that mention this news brief a one-hour massage for $60 (a $15 savings) plus a $20 discount on a custom facial. In addition to the change of scen-


Debra Victor


ery, Derma Clinic has added massage therapist Samara “Sam” Wignall to the staff. Specializing in deep tissue and neuromuscular massage, Wignall offers ashiatsu (massage using her feet), ac- tive stretching and other modalities to improve flexibility and relieve pain.


For more information or to make an ap- pointment, call 239-262-1155 or email DermaClinic@comcast.net.


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The Foundation Fighting Blind- ness (FFB) recently named Fort Myers resident Judy Kahl Volunteer of The Year at its 2013 Visions Conference, in Baltimore. The FFB is the leading fundraising organization worldwide for retinal research leading to clinical trials. Due to the unique characteristics of the eye and established imaging and surgical technologies in retinal medi- cine, retinal research leads the larger field of research in genetic and degen- erative diseases. The FFB Southwest Florida chapter will hold its next monthly meeting for the general public and those that might need their assistance on September 23 at The Moorings Professional Building, in Naples.


Meeting location: 2335 Tamiami Tr. N., Ste. 206. For more information, call 239-947-0444 or 239-825-8555.


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