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Are you setting healthy goals for this year? Check out all the
awesome specials we have in store for you this month!

It’s a New Year…for a NEW YOU!

We would like to invite you to our Healthy Happy Hour Sip & Sample
hosted by Beth Workman on Thursday, January 4th at 5:30pm!

Enjoy a healthy conversation about a nutrition program that can be easily incorporated into anyone’s busy lifestyle. Whatever your goal may be, there is

a system that’s right for you: Weight Loss, Improving Performance or More Energy. Sample nutrient-rich meal replacement shakes, meal bars and other refreshments. Let go of unhealthy habits to make way for the NEW You in 2018!

Need more "Me" Time this year? Self-care is the best care, and a spa membership helps you do just that! Check out our Membership Drive this month! Lock in 2017 pricing through Spring of 2018! 

Speckled Hen Paint & Sip Parties are back for 2018! Join us on the
4th Thursday of every month for a fun night of creativity and being with friends! The next Paint & Sip Party will be on January 25th from 6pm to 8pm!

The spa will be closing early on Tuesday, January 9th
so our team can celebrate 2017 coming to a close!

We’d like to say a BIG Thank You to our entire community for making

2017 our BEST year ever! The entire spa team is grateful that
we’re able to give back by donating to fundraisers and sponsoring
schools and community organizations.


January is also National Blood Donor Month. The Red Cross encourages
all of us to donate blood this month and throughout the rest of the year.

Check out all the wonderful New Year’s promotions and
savings we have for you in this month’s e-zine! 

From all of us at The Apothecary Spa, we wish you a very Happy 2018!


Reserve A Product Assessment!


Now is the perfect time to assess your skin and the products you are using.


Reserve a consultation and bring your current skincare products with you so we can assess and design an ideal Rejuvenation Plan for you for this winter!

Reserve a Skincare Consultation

and receive a FREE Eminence Mini! 

(a $25 value!)

Did Santa Give You A Gift Card?

Redeem it now!

Use your Gift Card during the

month of January and receive

a complimentary Hand Scrub!


Is living a healthier lifestyle your top New Year's Resolution? Many people have dedicated this New Year to eating right and exercising regularly to keep their bodies and minds in tip-top condition.


So, without further ado, here are 10 healthy habits for you to start now and continue throughout this new year:

1. Move It Or Lose It!

When you exercise, it improves your mood, reduces stress, makes your brain work better and keeps your body in great physical condition. Exercising regularly also can prevent health problems such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and even cancer.


2. Rise-n-Shine … And Eat!
The first meal of the day is the most important, believe it or not! A healthy breakfast should contain an adequate amount of protein, such as scrambled eggs, yogurt or Quinoa. Ideally, you should eat within 60 minutes of waking up in the morning. Doing this will rev up your metabolism for the day and it’ll also prevent you from getting too hungry (and overeating) in the afternoon.

3. Mom Was Right About Eating

Your Fruits & Veggies.
Be sure to eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. For fruits, stick to eating berries which are low in sugar and high in antioxidants. For vegetables, focus on consuming the leafy green variety. A salad a day (with olive oil dressing) topped with strawberries can help keep the doctor away!

4. Trans Fats Are Not Your Friend.
Processed foods are notorious for containing trans fats. If the list of ingredients with any food you’re about to eat includes the word "hydrogenated," stay far away, because trans fats are like plastic. When we eat them, they incorporate themselves into all the cells of your body, rendering your cells unable to communicate with each other. In turn, your hormones become disrupted and then weight gain soon follows. More troubling than that, however, is the risk for heart disease, cancer, stroke and infertility.


5. Good Fats ARE Your Friend.
Examples of good fats are Omega-3s, which are found in foods like fish (especially salmon), sardines and fish oil supplements. Other examples of good fats are foods such as almonds, walnuts and flaxseed, which have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, improve immunity and reduce inflammation. Coconut oil helps to stave off colds and flu because of its natural anti-microbial properties. Olive oil and avocados are more examples of good-for-you fats.


6. No Sugar Means No Sweets.
This is one of the toughest things for people to do; but, do it they must – because obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer can develop with regular sugar consumption. Sugars include the ones that are “hidden” in a variety of foods that we eat every day. Any foods that contain the words corn syrup, glucose, sucrose or lactose are foods you should stay away from. By going cold turkey and eliminating foods containing sugar for the first week, you’re removing the taste of sweetness from your mind and your taste buds. Eventually, it gets much easier to avoid it and then you stop craving it altogether.

7. Scrub A Dub Dub.
Exercising and eating right aren't the only habits that will keep you healthy. Did you know that the best way to avoid getting sick is by washing your hands throughout the day so that they stay clean? When washing your hands, use warm water and lather up with bar soap or liquid cleanser for a full 20 seconds. If you’re a fan of using hand sanitizer, make sure it's at least 60% alcohol. Rub it into all those nooks and crannies and keep on rubbing the sanitizer all over your hands and wrists until they're completely dry.

8. Brush Those Pearly Whites.
Believe it or not, poor dental health leads to periodontal infection, which contributes to diabetes, heart disease and even premature/low birth weights in newborns. If you’re unable to brush your teeth after each meal, at least brush and floss them twice a day; once in the morning and once before bedtime.

9. Yes, The Doctor Is In. 
Receiving regular health screenings throughout your life is important to your overall health and longevity. The types of screenings that your doctor recommends will depend on your age and gender. Some of the most important health screenings include an annual physical, a blood pressure and cholesterol test, a colonoscopy, mammograms, pap tests and prostate/skin cancer screenings.

10. Get Your Zzz’s …
So many people overlook this very important aspect of maintaining good health. If you don't get enough beauty sleep, you'll be setting yourself up for a slew of unpleasant health issues such as weight gain, skin problems, irritability, anxiousness, depression and cognitive issues. Lack of sleep slows down your physical and mental performance because it adversely affects your brain’s ability to think critically and recall important details. It also hampers fine/gross motor skills and reaction time. Getting 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night is crucial for good physical and emotional health.

No matter where you’re at health-wise, now is the perfect time of year for you to start fresh and to put yourself on the path of living a healthy and active lifestyle! Reserve a consultation with The Apothecary Spa for more suggestions on how to make 2018 your healthiest year yet!


After indulging in all the delicious high calorie dishes and sugary treats this holiday season, it’s time to detoxify your body from the inside out with this healthy, hot and savory Chicken Detox Soup!


See you soon at The Apothecary Spa!

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