Cryocavitation is a new technique to fight cellulitis, localized fat and reduce volume based on the effect produced by low-frequency ultrasound applied at low temperature. The selective destruction of adipose cells turn fat containing triglycerides into liquid substance (diglycerides) which will be discarded through the lymphatic system and urine.
Before starting a treatment it is advisable to drink at least half a gallon of water, as it acts as ultrasound conductive, and of course you have to stay away of fat-rich food. Results vary in each case, but in the first session you can appreciate a loss of about an inch of contour, and after the third or fourth session the volume loss becomes more and more evident.
25 to 55 is the age range to obtain the best results, which can be enhanced by combining other techniques such as radiofrequency or mesotherapy and by having a balanced diet and exercising regularly.
As with every treatment, there are contraindications as pregnancy and lactation, pacemakers and other medical or physical conditions, which you must mention to your therapist before your sessions.
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The children of Pasitos de Luz will have a more beautiful holiday season thanks to the generosity of all the people who attended Mamas in PV “Mothers helping Others to make Friday December 12 the day the young ones in the association received the Christmas presents to fulfill their wishes.
Since November Mamas in PV called on their members – and all those who wished to join this beautiful cause – to know the profiles of the kids who take therapies, classes and workshops at the facilities of Pasitos de Luz, profiles where they expressed the wishes they had to celebrate Christmas (such as clothing, stuffed dolls and toys) and where they stole our hearts by mentioning they wanted to grow up to become doctors, nurses and teachers to help their Pasitos de Luz buddies, but above all, they wanted to be happy.
So on Friday 12 in a simple and emotive ceremony the sponsors delivered their presents to each child they decided to support. Amidst laughing, hugs and tears of joy the little ones received their
Every year the Christmas season fills our hearts with harmony and camaraderie feelings. It is the ideal season to celebrate encounters with old friends, relive moments that made us vibrate and feast for all the good things in life with our beloved ones.
For many of us, these beloved ones include also our pets, who are part of our family by their opwn right and whom we always include in our celebrations plans. Dogs and cats, hamsters and mice, canaries and parrots and even snakes and iguanas share our life and our space as faithful companions.
As part of your season celebrations, CupoCity invites you to participate in the great Christmas Pet Contest. Take a picture with your pet in Christmas motifs, find the bases of the contest at https://www.facebook.com/cupocitymexico?sk=app_79458893817 and join to win fabulous prizes and celebrate Christmas with your best friend.
Puerto Vallarta has become a gastronomic tourism scenario by excellence thanks to its offer of eateries spanning from street vendors and little fondas all the way to large, elegant gourmet restaurants.
New actors are constantly appearing on stage to compete for the generous market locals and visitors comprise. The routes these competitors take are as ample as the likes of the foodies they cater to, with more or less success according to a series of variables that must be taken into account.
The recently-open Casa Tradicional Cocina Mexicana is one of those new actors coming with great impetus into this winter season. Its unsurpassable location – one block away fro the Guadalupe church downtown – takes care of one of the variables mentioned above. The experience of its owners, who have been integral part of successful projects before, takes care of another one. This experience is reflected in the menu, featuring classic Mexican specialties to amaze the patrons thanks to the delightful combination of textures, aromas and flavors.
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A total success was the event Piñatas de Luz that Mamas in PV organized this Saturday November 22 at El Río BBQ Restaurant to prepare not only their Christmas festivities, but also to help the children who are in care at Pasitos de Luz. Mothers are helping others and great unions of mothers with healthy kids to help those moms with special needs kids has begun! Always with an open heart to help those in need, Mamas in PV invited those who wanted to be part of the difference to make the Christmas of Pasitos de Luz kids a merrier and full-of-light one.
The answer of Vallarta’s community came just as expected: everyone who saw the kids’ profiles found one to identify with and decided to become a sponsor of their Christmas wishes. Click here to see the participating children.
The event couldn´t be more merrier; grown ups and young ones had a great time participating in the activities prepared especially for the occasion. Thanks a lot to the mothers who decided to sponsor a kid with special needs. Thanks to Mamas Ana Uribe and Aimee Jewel for the cookies, to Sweet City for the cupcakes, to Kim Kuzma for her performance, to Miki and friends for a Mickey Mouse super show, to Sweet Bar Cassian for more cupcakes, to Betty Pichardo for setting up the photo booth and the piñata contest, to Verity Leslie for taking the pictures, Engish Connections for Christmas story time and to the Koala Club team for taking care of children with Christmas activities during the event.
Mama in PV Veroshka Medina made the Piñata Sol, winner of the sensational Piñata Contest carried out as part of the great fiesta Piñatas de Luz. Veroshka included the Piñata Sol as part of what little Benjamín will enjoy during these festivities.
Thanks also to Puerto de Luna Hotel, to Kurt Sinner of El Río BBQ, to Entre Amigos San Pancho, to Los Muertos Playeras for donating juice boxes, to Dr. Leticia Quezada and her husband Dr. Ramiro López who took apples for everybody, to Michelle Mayer Fullfer of Provecho Vallarta for donating food for the Pasitos de Luz kids, to Mario Jiménez for donating the printouts on behalf of Print PV , to Nicole Marie who organized a table to make Christmas masks – a huge success! – and to CupoCity for all the support and organization of the event. The event was organized by Nicole Martin of CupoCity who ‘did it again!. Her unwavering and fabulously fearless dedication to others has moved mountains, one project at a time.’
The urban development Fraccionamiento Fluvial Vallarta has for the last decade become an important real estate and commercial factor of growth for Puerto Vallarta, especially in its confluence with Francisco Medina Ascencio Boulevard, the main access way to our town.
Grandes Lagos Avenue crosses Fluvial Vallarta connecting the north area of town with Medina Ascencio Boulevard. The area of the corner these two important routes make has been going through an impressive transformation during this 2014. Such transformation started with the construction of a restaurant and night clubs complex which have become fashionable for both locals and visitors alike; Villa del Palmar Hotel, one of the first time-share developments in town, is also remodeling its facade, and the land lots adjacent to Puerto de Luna Hotel - which for a while seemed to be used only for circuses and carnivals – have been put to good use in several independent cultural and commercial activities, small-mounted by with a high sense of community belonging.
Outdoor movie shows and the installation of El Vecindario are but a sample of these activities. Also within Puerto de Luna Hotel premises you can find Iyari Restaurant, the newest addition to Vallarta’s gastronomic landscape, created by Chef Ramiro López.
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Last Saturday November 15 El Vecindario set up once more in Puerto Vallarta, the first one of many occasions for the 2014-2015 season.
El Vecindario –The Neighborhood in English – is an association of Mexican artists, designers and artisans who have gathered not only to offer their products and services, but also to create a place of familial coexistence.
Artists from different disciplines, graphic design, horticulture or interiorism professionals and aficionados, fashion, jewelry and shoe designers and representatives of artisan gastronomy will gather every Saturday in the Parota Park, adjacent to Puerto de Luna Hotel in the hotel zone.
Last Saturday November 15 they got together for the first time this season in an environment of camaraderie and friendship. Artisan beer producers, regional jewelers, independent makers of furniture and accessories gathered to offer their services and exchange ideas.
Now you know it, every Saturday from 4pm to 10pm you have a rendezvous at EL Vecindario in Boulevard Francisco Medina Ascencio # 2294 in the Northern
“Pasitos de Luz”, a non-profit organization, provides vital services to disabled children and their families living in extreme poverty in Puerto Vallarta and the surrounding communities. All of these services are provided 100% free of charge.
Mamas in PV has organized this time a grand fiesta of friendship keeping common good in mind and heart. Piñatas de Luz is the happening where you will take your self-designed and built piñata to participate in the great contest to be held during the event. You will also get to know the profile of the children attending Pasitos de Luz to receive some of the services offered, such as hydrotherapy, special education or physical or language therapy.
These children have Christmas wishes that can’t always be fulfilled due to their economic conditions, and this is where you can help them make them come true. Some mamas have already been touched by children’s stories and have opened their hearts to assist them!
After three years of success in Puerto Vallarta and other important cities, CupoCity has launched its group-buying site in Nayarit’s capital.
This new e-commerce model enables business owners and managers to offer incredible savings — up to 80% on products and services for a brief period, generally 3 days. The system creates a “win-win” for both consumers and businesses. For business owners, the huge discounts are counterbalanced by large sales volumes, increased traffic and great “upsale” opportunities.
The system is internet based, offering printable coupons emailed to users for products and services which can be transferred to friends or family.
CupoCity warns you that you will begin to love your Inbox. Registered customers may also choose to receive by email the daily offers on a vast array of products and services in stores, hotels, restaurants, spas, beauty salons, gyms, excursions and much more.
More than 500 years ago, when the Spanish Conquistadors landed in what is now Mexico, they encountered natives practicing a ritual that seemed to mock death, one they had been practicing at least 3,000 years known today as Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead.
Unlike the Spaniards, who viewed death as the end of life, the natives viewed it as the continuation of life. Instead of fearing death, they embraced it. To make the ritual more Christian, the Spaniards moved it so it coincided with All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day (Nov. 1 and 2), which is when it is celebrated today.
In Mexico, people visit the cemetery where their loved ones are buried. They decorate gravesites with marigold flowers and candles. They bring toys for dead children and bottles of tequila to adults. They sit on picnic blankets next to gravesites and eat the favorite food of their loved ones.
They believe that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families for 24 hours. On November 2, the spirits of the adults come down to enjoy the festivities that are prepared for them.
In CupoCity we joined the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead with our CupoCalaveritas Contests. Calaveritas are mock poetic compositions which entered the celebration by late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Along today all the calaveritas sent will be uploaded. The winner will be announced on November 5.