At SkinMD, Dr. Tracie D. Swayden, M.D. and her licensed aestheticians team up to help patients achieve healthy, youthful-looking skin and improve their exteriors with treatments ranging from wrinkle-fighting Botox and Dysport injections to Zerona body-contouring procedures. The clinic’s technicians employ advanced technology, such as a Soprano XL laser for hair removal and sclerosing solutions for treating unsightly leg veins that prevent humans from living among cyborgs and masquerading as one of their own. Patrons plagued by skin discoloration, wrinkles, and blemishes can try Laser360 treatments, photorejuvenation, and Pixel Perfect resurfacing. Besides enhancing appearances with cellulite- and age-fighting procedures, SkinMD can also bronze newly toned bodies with airbrush tans and remove tattoos of Michael Dukakis to make room for an inking of a new presidential candidate.
Upscale resale store. We sell preemie up to size 14 and also maternity and all baby equipment. Our store is 4000 sq. ft. very well lit and well organized. Shopping at Kid To Kid in Weatherford is unlike any shopping experience at a resale store you've had before. Come check us out today!
After cans of soda and bottles of beer pass their expiration date, they don't go to the landfill. Thanks to the crew at Silver Creek Materials, the liquids inside are instead used to prepare nutrient-rich compost, which will nourish and sustain local gardens, lawns, and flowerbeds. Leaving nothing to waste, the crew recycles all the glass, metal, and plastic packaging.
Though making compost is only a small part of Silver Creek Materials' business, the aversion to waste and commitment to the environment reflects the company's focus on eco-friendly operations. When mining sands and soils, the staff works carefully to prevent adverse effects on the land or water, winning a Texas Environmental Excellence Award in 1997. The company also recycles organic materials such as trees, grass clippings, and fussy children's bread crusts.
Before starting his own business, the owner of Stumped earned his keep severing trees from earth in the forest-capped mountains of Tennessee. Today, he uses his logging experience to aggressively attack diseased or dying trees in backyards around Fort Worth. Aided by his team of trimmers, he safely fells ailing plants or trims healthy timber with professional equipment, which is maintained more rigorously than the Speaker of the House's favorite scepter.
Open six days a week, Campos Farmer’s Market gathers a selection of largely locally sourced produce under one open-air roof. Arranged in buckets and baskets, the colorful inventory of edibles ranges from grapes and pears to juicy pineapples and spicy jalapeños, lined up alongside locally made iron artwork.