It’s been a couple of years since I’ve done any on-camera work and so when a call suddenly came, I was a little concerned. I was long overdue for a haircut, my skin needed attention and I needed a make-up artist. Fast.
Not knowing where to start, I contacted Dayle. Within days, I was in her office having my skin polished and collecting contact information for a hair stylist and make-up artist. I instantly knew I could relax and put my energy into my presentation.
For my skin, Dayle recommended microneedling with radiofrequency. I love this treatment. After just three sessions, I saw a definite reduction in redness, more brightness under my eyes and overall tightening. There really was no downtime. In fact, with a mask, I was able to go about my day right after treatment and any redness was gone by the next morning.
You might not have a television segment coming up, but you may have a wedding, reunion or date on the horizon. If you are in need of a little boost, consider a visit with Dayle. I am so glad I reached out. I now have an on-going treatment plan for my skin, a great new hair stylist and a wonderful make up artist. When the next call comes, I will be ready!
Linda Ciampa is an award-winning health journalist with a wide range of experience in all formats of media. She is also a practicing registered nurse and lactation consultant with specialties in mother/baby, labor and pediatrics. During her years at CNN, she worked as a writer, producer and correspondent for both the Nutrition and Medical units. She produced and reported breaking news for CNN, CNN Headline News, CNN Radio and CNN.com.
She holds a B.A. in Economics from Tufts University, a B.S.N. in Nursing from Framingham State University and a M.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University. Currently, Ciampa works as a lactation consultant and registered nurse in the mother/baby department of Newton Wellesley Hospital and as a freelance health journalist.