New Year, New You: An Inspiring Roundup of Resolutions from the Nation’s Top Health & Beauty Buffs

Thursday, January 9, 2014

The beginning of a new year is the perfect opportunity to shed bad habits and start anew. We all have a laundry list of things we want to accomplish, but our number one priority should be to take better care of ourselves, both inside and out.

We asked the nation’s leading health and beauty experts for their goals for 2014, and they delivered. See below for their awesome compilation, and get inspired to follow suit!

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“I hope to be more “in the moment” (no multi-tasking on my iPhone!) and enjoy it.”

— Joy Chen, CEO Yes to, Inc.

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“I’m going to change the lives and paths of as many people as I can by giving back in whatever ways I can.”

— Dr. Marc Lowenberg, Cosmetic Dentist at Lowenberg, Lituchy & Kantor

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“I will return to the gym in 2014.”

— Sonia Kashuk, Makeup Artist and Founder of Sonia Kashuk Beauty

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“Eat more fat, yes you read correctly. The good fats – coconut oil, olive oil and nut butters. Fats are essential for proper nerve activity, immune-system function and healthy cells. I hope to help people let go of the myth that fat is bad for you!”

— Dr. Frank Lipman, Founder of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center

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“Take my makeup off before I sleep and get facials more often.”

— Rita Hazan, Celebrity Colorist

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“To finish our paradise beach house in Puerto Rico.”

— Venessa Arizaga, Jewelry Designer

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“I plan to consolidate my work schedule to make room for more leisure time.”

Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, Cosmetic Dermatologist 

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“To encourage people not to focus on flaws.”

Joanna Vargas, Celebrity Facialist

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“To go gluten-free for my rosacea and general health.”

— Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi, Co-Director of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery in D.C.


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