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Awaken Med Spa provides a luxurious day spa experience with the latest in medical, and aesthetic treatments. Let our professional, certified staff help you unwind with spa treatments, or consult with you on the latest technologies and skincare, to achieve the cosmetic goals you desire. Our goal at Awaken Med Spa, is to collaborate with you on a path to a lifetime of beautiful skin.


When you first enter our spacious, beautifully designed med spa, you're not just keeping an appointment; you're starting a relationship with our highly trained, compassionate staff that will be tailored to achieve your aesthetic goals. You'll feel supported and cared for through every step of your journey towards a lifetime of beautiful skin.


Awaken Med Spa has the new CoolSmooth Pro & Mini CoolSculpting applicator for permanent fat reduction that requires no diet or exercise.


Awaken Spa and Laser Center offers laser treatments, including IPL, YAG, and vein therapy, using the M22 laser. Micro-needling with PRP corrects texture; including scarring, tone, and tightness of the skin. Permanent hair reduction with the Lumenis Light Sheer Duet laser guarantees undeniable results.


We offer a complimentary consultation regarding any of our services, including Botox and Juvéderm. To compliment these services, Awaken offers massages, facials, body treatments and much more, by our trained and certified therapists, and aestheticians. Many of our treatments are also performed by a nurse practitioner or a physician.


Take your spa experience home with medical grade skincare, including ZO by Dr. Zein Obagi, SkinMedica, SkinCeuticals and Jane Iredale cosmetics. Awaken stays on the cutting edge with knowledgeable staff and physicians.




Our Mission at Awaken Med Spa, is to be the Panhandle’s trusted leader in the aesthetic industry, by providing a professional, relaxing atmosphere, by highly trained, and certified staff members. Our client’s goals are our top priority, and we aim to accomplish these goals in a compassionate and safe way.


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Home Remedies for Long Eyelashes



The eyes are the most striking feature of a person's face and they are the first thing that people look closely at, so perhaps that's why everyone wants beautiful, thick and long eyelashes. You could, of course, use false eyelashes or expensive thickening mascaras to enhance the look of your lashes, but with so many natural home remedies that will help your lashes grow; why would you? If you want your lashes to grow longer and thicker fast, take a look at these 20 great home remedies that will encourage your lashes to grow.



Castor oil has amazing hydrating properties and it is well known as a home treatment to make lashes grow longer. For the best results, apply caster oil to your lashes when you go to bed and leave it on overnight. If you do that every night, you should start to see some results in a couple of weeks.



Brush your lashes daily and that will keep them clean and it will encourage them to grow. A daily brush for about five minutes will clean off dust and dirt and it will help promote better blood circulation to the follicles. Just make it a regular part of your daily beauty regime and you will soon start to see an improvement in your lashes.



Coconut milk contains essential fats and protein that will nourish your lashes and help make them grow faster. Soak a cotton wool ball in coconut oil and then apply it to your lashes. Leave it in for about ten minutes, then wash it off with Luke warm water. This is best done after you brushed your lashes first, because the coconut oil will be absorbed better into clean lashes.



While false lashes do provide an instant touch of glamour to your look, putting them on and taking them off again can break your lashes. You might just have to give the false lashes a break while you are trying out some of these home remedies for longer lashes, so that you give your eyelashes a chance to grow naturally.



Massaging your eyelids will improve the blood flow to your follicles and that will help encourage growth and strengthen the lashes. Stronger eyelashes will mean fewer breakages, so massage your eyelids in a circular motion for about five minutes a day with a bit of olive oil on your fingertips. Be gentle, though, or you will see stars!



Just like the hair on your head, if your lashes become dehydrated, they will become brittle and more prone to breakage. Shea butter is wonderfully hydrating and it contains vitamins B and E, which are perfect for nourishing eyelashes. Apply shea butter with a cotton wool swab and leave it to sit for five minutes before you rinse it off again with cool water. If you do that, two to three times a week, your lashes will have all the nourishment they need to grow thick and long.



Half the battle with growing long lashes is not damaging the lashes that you have. Be gentle with your lashes, because they can easily break, and avoid rubbing your eyes hard with your fingers. If you have got into the habit of rubbing your eyes when you are tired, it might be difficult to stop, but try to remember that every time you rub your eyes, you run the risk of breaking a few lashes.



Eggs are a wonderful natural home remedy for encouraging the growth of eyelashes. They are full of protein that will nourish your lashes and they also contain biotin and vitamins that will improve the texture and strength of lashes. Beat up one whole egg with a tablespoon of glycerine until you have a smooth, creamy mixture. Apply that mixture to your lashes with some cotton wool and leave it to sit for 15 minutes. Regular application of eggs to your lashes will usually have an effect after a couple of months.



Olive oil has so many different uses in home beauty treatments. It works wonders on hair and skin and it can also make your lashes grow too. As well as being incredibly hydrating, olive oil also contains antioxidants and vitamins that protect your lashes and make them grow faster. The easiest way to apply olive oil to your lashes is to use a clean mascara brush. If you brush your lashes with olive oil every night before you go to bed, you will soon start to see an improvement in the length and thickness of your lashes.



Eating a healthy, well balanced diet is so important for your health and it will make your skin, hair and lashes look great as well. If you want long and thick lashes, you will need to give them the vitamins and minerals that they need to grow and you will find those vitamins in fresh fruit and vegetables. Your lashes also need protein to stay healthy, so eat plenty of fish, eggs and other protein rich foods.

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Few actresses are more likable than Emma Stone. She is spunky, talented, self-deprecating and slightly goofy. But unlike some approachable actresses, who stick with the pretty if bland aesthetic, Ms. Stone is as soignée as they come.


“She’s very spirited when it comes to fashion,” said Petra Flannery, her stylist for the past decade. “She’s a very animated person, and my goal is to make the clothes complement all of that, whether it’s through color, or a material that makes it unique, or an interesting design.”


It helps that like the variety of characters she inhabits — Ms. Stone is nominated for an Oscar in the best actress category for the feel-good musical film “La La Land” — she has range. She comes alive in marigold (a flirty, floral-printed Gucci creation at a W magazine party last month, which Ms. Flannery called “the ultimate party dress”); sky blue (a crystal-encrusted Prada dress at the Los Angeles “La La Land” premiere in December); and even pale sea foam (a shimmering Atelier Versace gown at the Venice Film Festival in September, which seemed to have gone through a very expensive shredder).


Strange proportions are also fair game. At the EE British Academy Film Awards, familiarly known as the Baftas, this month, Ms. Stone managed to make a tea-length embroidered smoke gray organza dress over above-the-ankle pants (Chanel haute couture, mind you) seem like kismet. “The look was so cool because of the pants, but also it was a little Lucille Ball because of the ’50s shape of the dress,” Ms. Flannery said.


It was not the first time Ms. Stone carried off a tricky Chanel design — or pants on the red carpet, for that matter. While an ornate embroidered jacket and a heavy silver and gold column skirt, both in tweed, might have sapped the youth out of some, Ms. Stone was a sophisticated jeune fille in the Chanel Métiers d’Art outfit she wore to the Paris premiere of “La La Land.”


Yet Ms. Stone doesn’t overdose on opulence. Like a palate cleanser, the actress peppered her red carpet look with minimal slip dresses (a rich burgundy number by the Row for the London premiere of “La La Land” in January and a strappy black Stella McCartney design at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this month). Another Stella McCartney, a midnight blue jumpsuit worn to the Oscar Nominees Luncheon a few days later, was also relatively spare, though the puffed one-sleeve cut had plenty of quirk.


“I always want to keep it fresh and fun,” Ms. Flannery said. To that end, she works with a combination of custom and runway pieces. “I love doing custom, because it’s nice to know you’re really surprising people,” she said, pointing to the glittering star-bedecked Valentino gown Ms. Stone wore to the Golden Globes last month. Sourcing directly from the runway used to be the gold standard, but, Ms. Flannery said, “it’s different today with social media.”


“Instagram images pop up all over,” she continued, “and by the time a dress comes from the runway, it can feel like you’ve seen it already.”


Luckily, Ms. Flannery has such access — Ms. Stone, after all, is a red carpet score for any designer — that she can nab a collection piece before it has ever left the studio. Such was the case when she secured the remarkable Alexander McQueen dress with lily pad embroidery that Ms. Stone wore to the Screen Actors Guild Awards in January. With asymmetrical draping and a lace bodice, the design was a visual feat: Ms. Stone looked as though she was partially undressed.


Ms. Flannery said the gown was from the label’s 2017 pre-fall collection, which “had not been viewed by anybody yet.” She reserved the piece a couple of weeks before the awards ceremony as she was passing through London with Ms. Stone.


“It’s true designers love her,” Ms. Flannery said, “but also Emma appreciates fashion from an artist’s point of view. Style is innate. It’s in her bones.”


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