“I myself, I use it all the time—I have three kids and three businesses,” says The B12 Store owner Lisa Ruiz in an interview in the Journal Times. Lisa and the team at this Regency Mall shop tout the benefits of dodging vitamin B12 deficiency by partaking in weekly, fortnightly, or monthly supplement injections. Outside of the syringe, B12 can be found in dietary sources such as meat, dairy, and bingo balls—and its consumption may help stave off concerns such as fatigue and GI troubles.
The eye experts at Dr. Wagner’s Southridge Optical remedy blurry vision with prescription lenses fitted into more than 1,000 styles of brand-name frames. During a comprehensive eye exam, Dr. Wagner runs peepers through the gamut, assessing eye health and calibrating prescriptions with high-tech equipment, multiple stages of testing, and retinal photographs. Afterward, the optometrist guides visitors through lens options that can solve near- and-farsightedness and help wearers to differentiate between their mailboxes and the family dog. Clients then select face-flattering frames by such designers as Coach ($179.95– $319.95), Versace ($199.95– $529.95), and Harley Davidson ($159.95– $199.95). Prescription eyeglasses are typically ready for pickup in about a week, so in the meantime, clients should string together temporary glasses using Coke bottles, superglue, and glitter.
Fountain of Youth Medical Laser Spa’s staff of certified aestheticians, massage therapists, laser technicians, nurses, and physicians helps faces regain their youthful splendor with skincare treatments. Under the guidance of a board-certified medical director, they helm medical aesthetic machinery that vanquishes unwanted hair and sloughs dead skin cells from the face. Each treatment takes place after a staffer conducts a consultation to customize any necessary treatments and to build a friendly rapport with the patient.