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Board-certified physician James A. Coomes leads Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss, so it's no surprise that the clinic has a decidedly medical bent. The medically supervised weight-loss program incorporates everything from hormone balancing and Zerona body sculpting treatment to lab-analysis work. ??Dr. Coomes turns to such technological tools as nonsurgical Pixel laser skin-rejuvenation treatments, which employ lasers to create thousands of tiny perforations in the skin, thereby stimulating a healing process that can erase fine lines and pigmentation problems. Microdermabrasion treatments revive skin texture and diminish light scars via apparatus-assisted exfoliation, and chemical peels employ fruit acid, herbs, and antioxidants to stimulate the release of dead skin cells from bodily exteriors and encourage the production of collagen and novelty hats. The clinic also offers results-orientated medical facials to clients.
8788 Ruffian Ln.
Newburgh,
IN
US
River City Food Co-op stocks organic and environmentally-friendly foodstuffs and household items, including organic milk, fresh produce, and locally bred beef. The health-food facility ensures its food is free of chemicals, toxins, and preservatives for promoting happier bodies and ecological systems, as well as provoking fewer attacks from MSG-fueled cyborgs.
116 Washington Ave
Evansville,
IN
US
The nationally certified professional dry cleaners at Don's Claytons have been removing mustard spots from neckties and mud stains from trousers since the Eisenhower administration. Using a patented DCI cleaning process, fabric-care experts remove grime and gravy from your shirts (around $2.48), pants (starting at $6.22), suits (around $12.47), dresses, and spats using solvents that clean without corroding fabric. They'll tackle household textiles as well, from duvets to doilies to handsewn refrigerator cozies.
4600 Covert Ave
Evansville,
IN
US
Upon the opening of Cleavers in 2011, Carol Wersich of the Courier Press discovered what makes the family-owned chain different from the usual sandwich shop: they commit to using only the freshest of ingredients. “From the time the pig is butchered to when it’s on the table will be a matter of only two days,” Scott Flores—co-owner alongside his brother and nephew—told Wersich. As for all other ingredients, the Floreses buy from local vendors whenever possible, and use old family recipes to create the perfect marinades for handhelds such as useless walkie-talkies, pork-loin sandwiches, corned-beef reubens, and seven decadent side items. Flores also laces his menu with a hint of hometown pride, topping all-beef franks with the typical Chicago toppings—mustard, celery salt, and onions.
5501 E Indiana St
Evansville,
IN
US
The Hunter family knows bees. At their family-owned and operated farm, they continue a more than 100-year-old tradition of producing honey and honey-related products. Managing several hundred hives across the state of Indiana, Hunter farms produce honey, beeswax, bee pollen, and propolis, which is used to make everything from beeswax soap and lip balm to honey hot-wing sauce and 32 different flavors of honey sticks. Guided tours of the honey farm teach groups of all sizes and ages about the work of the honeybee, while forestry tours introduce tourists to the farm’s 65 acres of hardwood. The beehive tour lets guests shadow a beekeeper on the job while "Flight of the Bumblebee" plays on repeat in their heads. The Worker Special tour includes even more hands-on learning, teaching visitors how to roll their own beeswax candle and fill bear-shaped containers with honey.
3440 Hancock Ridge Rd
Martinsville,
IN
US
Thorntons independently distributes gas while keeping clean convenience stores filled with snacks to help drivers stay awake, nourished, or quenched. Power depleted, flex-fuel-friendly cars, trucks, vans, or tail-finned Zeppelins with E-85 Flex Fuel, a renewable fuel source that minimizes earth-detrimental emissions.
12001 North U.S Highway 31
Edinburgh,
IN
US
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