Dr. Linda McClintock leads her dedicated staff in helping return weathered faces to their youthful glory with a menu of skin-rejuvenating services. The microdermabrasion treatment begins with a deep cleansing and exfoliation that rids visages of dirt and ill-placed Post-it notes. A gentle skin sorceress then waves a Diamond Tome wand over the face, gently uprooting the outermost layer of epidermis with diamond chips and uncovering the fresh face hiding below the surface. The approximately 45- to 60-minute facial pampering concludes with a hydrating mask to soothe the newly unveiled skin. The microdermabrasion procedure works diligently to fade fine lines, shrink oversized pores, jump-start sluggish collagen production, and smooth and tighten faces. Immediately following the virtually painless procedure, faces may appear flushed, but like the embarrassment of forgetting your spouse's name, it should fade within 30 minutes.
When youngsters from a nearby school for disabled children visited his old Halloween store in Indianapolis, Don Surenkamp happily walked and wheeled them through the aisles and explained the holiday's traditions. After he relocated to Florida, Don remember those children and created a handicap-accessible haunted house whose proceeds support The Angelus, a group home for cerebral palsy, reports the Tampa Bay Times. What began with a dozen spooky rooms now lures intrepid guests with 25 rooms occupied by skeletons and demons. Spines continue tingling on a haunted hayride down a 1-mile haunted trail and through the outdoor pirated-themed haunt, which includes a spooky 40-foot pirate ship. Don lets the fainter hearted pass through until 8 p.m. with glow sticks in hand to keep away scary monsters, pirates, and photocopies of failed spelling quizzes.