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Juvly’s Cosmetic Dermatology Helps Columbusites Look Their Best

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Columbus’ Juvly location — a place that helps clients look good and feel good, opened up just two years ago. Now they’re revving up for their new second location in Polaris at the end of November.

“Whenever you look good you feel more confident and more accomplished,” said Juvly Columbus business manager, Sam Peck. Cosmetic treatments aren’t usually a layman’s hobby, they can drink your wallet dry and leave you feeling stiffed (no pun intended).

But that’s exactly why Juvly opened up in Ohio’s trendiest city — to offer reliable cosmetic treatments to the people that want and need them, but can’t afford them.

“We’re helping people in multiple facets of their lives. We’re opening doors to make things accessible and affordable,” said Peck. Their popularity is nothing to sneeze at, according to Peck, Juvly is the fastest growing cosmetic practice in the U.S., so not only do you get a great deal for your wallet, you get one of the best deals for your face — win-win.

Cosmetic treatments can be a life saver for those that are experiencing signs of aging and skin damage, and while it’s a personal decision, every journey is different.

“I looked in the mirror one morning and said, ‘you’re starting to look rough,'” said Peck. He was a sun child, predetermined to spend every minute under UV rays wether his skin liked it or not. And at just 22 years old, his skin started showing wrinkles and sun damage.

His advice? Tackle skin damage while you’re young —  in your 20s through 30s, you can still reverse skin damage like acne scars, deep set wrinkles and skin discoloration. Once you hit your 50s, treatments become less effective and less permanent.

 

 

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Meditation Monday

Julian Foglietti

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Meditation is continually lauded by doctors, mental health experts, and self help gurus for the benefits it has on both our physical and mental health. In an effort to offer something restorative, as we navigate these difficult times, (614) is teaming up with meditation experts to bring you moments of rest through all the stress. This week's meditation is led by Marcia Miller of Yoga on High. An instructor for over 40 years, Marcia is also a Certified Reiki Master Teacher, and sits on the community advisory board for The Ohio State University's Center for Integrated Health and Wellness.

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Columbus Marathon Canceled

Julian Foglietti

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The Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon has announced the cancelation of its 2020 Marathon. Originally planned for Oct. 18, the marathon is the latest in a string of future events cancelled due to COVID-19. 

Board Chairman Dan Leit stated “The safety of our athletes, volunteers, first responders, team and the entire community is the top priority for our event.” 

The races Director Darris Blackford stated in a press release that “When you think about the best health and safety practices needed to help slow the spread of the virus, holding a major running footrace isn’t the responsible thing to do right now.”

Since its debut in 2012, the race has raised over $10 million for Nationwide Children's Hospitals patients and families. 

There is not yet an announcement on what form of fundraising event will take place instead, and athletes have been sent instructions for how to receive a refund for the event in the meantime. 
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{WATCH} Meditation Monday

Julian Foglietti

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Meditation is continually lauded by doctors, mental health experts, and self-help gurus for the benefits it has on both our physical and mental health. In an effort to offer something restorative, as we navigate these difficult times, (614) is teaming up with meditation experts to bring you moments of rest through all the stress. This week’s meditation is led by Marcia Miller of Yoga on High. An instructor for over 40 years, Marcia is also a Certified Reiki Master Teacher and sits on the community advisory board for The Ohio State University’s Center for Integrated Health and Wellness.

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