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Desember 2010 - Best wishes for the Festive Season


In this issue:


Dear Ones,

I send out my heartful love to you on this day.  This year is going out and the new year will soon be ushered in. 

The present year is gone old.  Let it depart.  You need not worry. 
It had been kind to you - - not so kind as it should have been.

However, the new year will by happy for all of us if we do not waver in the past. 
This new year means a new life to you and me.

With these few words, I extend to you all a loving and merry Christmas and a happy new year full prosperity and plenty in all that is good and happy!

With all the best wishes

Yours affectionately 
Ronél Jacobs


Our Availability over the Festive Season

Our offices situated in Kempton Park will be closing on Wednesday 15th of December 2010, and re-open again on  Monday 03rd of January 2011. 


During Outdoor
Summer Activities



Dr. Sarro offers the following tips on how people can protect themselves from the sun during outdoor summer activities:

  1. Avoid unnecessary sun exposure, especially between 10 a.m. -4 p.m., the sun’s peak hours.
  2. Make sure to apply sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher and make sure to apply it at least 15 minutes before going outdoors.  It should be reapplied every two to three hours and after going swimming or participating in activities where you may sweat excessively.
  3. Men are notorious for not wanting to wear sunscreen because they don’t like the way it feels, or they perceive it to be greasy.  For both men and women who fall into these categories, sprays or gels can be utilized.  The higher alcohol content in these products is often more tolerable than creams or lotions.
  4. Apply sunscreen even if’re wearing makeup with sun protection.  Studies show that a foundation’s sun protective value lasts only about two hours.
  5. The so-called "physical blockers" such as zinc and titanium tend to offer the best protection against both UVB and UVA, the forms of solar radiation that damage skin the most. While many people think these types of creams as white and pasty, zinc and titanium can now be found in sunscreens that go on clear.
  6. Wear wraparound sunglasses with 100 percent UV protection.  Try to stay away from mirrored sunglasses because they intensify the sun’s rays which can ultimately damage your eyes.
  7. Clothing provides some protection from extended stays in the sun. 
  8. Some prescription medications, such as acne treatments and birth control pills, increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun.  If you’re taking these medications, increase your sun protection.



  • Remember to care well for your perfect find!!
  • Rinse your swimsuit in cool water while wet to prevent pool chemicals or sea water from breaking down the fabric's fibers or from the colours
  • So hang your swimsuit in the shade to dry and …
  • Never, I mean never, put it in the
    tumble dryer.


Enjoy your holiday!!



Tummy Issues ?
Choose Better Swimwear

  • Purchasing the right style swimwear is never easy.
  • The right style is both comfortable and flattering.
  • The appearance of a swimsuit is highly dependent on the figure and size.
  • Use some of the tips below to help you find your perfect swimsuit.




Balance is the key word here.
Wear bikini bottoms that have lots of colour and print and also sport accents
at the hips such as ties, belts and sashes. Also, wide shoulder straps and
square necklines are fabulous.
Avoid the "V" silhouette by staying away from those plunging neck lines or teeny bikini bottoms




Halter-top bikinis can be a good choice by offering support, while providing some
sexy cleavage too. Look for styles that are banded around the midriff and can be tied
in back and around the neck.  Look for structured swimsuits.
Avoid strapless top bikinis andtri-tops with minimal coverage.




Play up your figure by finding a swimsuit that is cut high on the thigh.
This will make your leg look much longer.
Also, a one-piece suit with a plunging neckline creates a long appearance and is drop dead sexy!
Avoid boy shorts and skirted bikinis that draw the eye downward, making you look shorter.





You can go wild with swimwear embellishments at the hips and bust line.
Try horizontal stripes and nappy fabrics, such as stretch terry and velvet.
Boy shorts are just the thing for your slim hips.
Don'ts: Avoid up and down stripes, high necklines and dark, solid colors when
choosing a swimsuit.
Don'ts: Avoid solid-colored swimwear or horizontal striped one-pieces.



Do's: Create curves with a belted waistline, which will give the appearance
of a whittled middle. Bikinis are good for you. Add some illusion at the hips
with rings, ruffles and bows. If you're small on top, go for a strapless bandeau.
Don'ts: Avoid solid-colored swimwear or horizontal striped one-pieces.






Accentuate the positive and draw the eye away from the not-so-positive. 
Go for bikinis or one-pieces with eye-catching tops and darker bottoms draw
attention away from the hips and rear.  Halters, push-ups and padded tops enhance the upper body.  High-cut bottoms lengthen legs and have a slimming effect. 
Avoid side-string or printed bottoms, which focus attention on the area you want to conceal the most.



Bikinis with push-up, underwire or padded tops help create décolletage.
Horizontal stripes, smocking and ruffles around the neckline create the illusion
of more width.
Avoid bandeau-style tops and dark-colored tank styles, as they diminish curves. 
Also avoid vertical stripes, which will only make your figure look straighter.





One-pieces with side shirring, rushing or built-in control panels hide belly bulges.
Diagonal lines, chevron patterns and dark side panels that curve in at the waist have slimming effects.
Suits with a high Lycra content provide more tummy control.
High-waistband bottoms flatter the midsection.
Avoid styles that cut across the body horizontally and two-pieces with bottoms that dig into the stomach area.