Burlington, Canada (PressExposure) April 15, 2009 -- Want to look 10 years younger? One lucky Burlington area resident will be selected as this year's winner of 10 Year's Younger in Burlington.
Dr Rose Jeans MD is the leader of the effort to transform the lucky winner. The contest is open for entry until noon on April 27, 2009. Entries can be accessed online at [http://www.10YYB.com] or from Advanced Rejuvenation Medical Spa.
"We're looking for someone who really deserves to make their outer self better reflect their inner self," Dr Jeans said today. "Most people find they feel younger than they look. We help make your outer you better reflect your inner you."
Along with nonsurgical cosmetic treatments the winner will also receive dental rejuvenation and new makeup and hair styling from local businesses.
A professional photoshoot will document the changes.
Interested readers can follow along the process by visiting [http://www.10YYB.com]. Local businesses are participating by offering blog members tips and assistance on refreshing their lives.
Membership is free.
The makeover will be revealed at a fundraising dance on May 29th, 2009 at 50/50 Restaurant in downtown Burlington. The theme of the dance will be an 80s Flash(back) Dance. Proceeds from the dance will go towards the purchase of software at Hamilton General Hospital. It will be used to make the breast coil accessory for the MRI machine more efficient.
"Along with Kelly Arnott of VRPro and the staff at HGH MRI department we raised the money to get the breast coil. We are excited to be working together again to get the software too," said Dr Jeans.
Tickets for the dance can be purchased through Advanced Rejuvenation for $30 each.
If you want a chance to look 10 years younger go to [http://www.10YYB.com] and download the application form. Applications must be received by Advanced Rejuvenation by April 27, 2009 at noon. The makeover process will start May 1, 2009 and be completed by May 19, 2009. The contest is open to local Canadian residents 18 years of age and older.
For additional information on the 10 Years Younger in Burlington contest, contact Nicola Andrews or visit [http://www.10YYB.com].