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HVP September 2018

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Page 10 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 11 Condos to Castles Cleaning Inc. PO Box 22 Millbrook, NY 12545 845-891-7392; Commercial and residential cleaning services. Whether you need one-time cleaning, or on- going service for your property or rental, we tailor a plan that meets your needs. Call today for a friendly, no-hassle estimate. Condos to Castles Cleaning Inc. Right at Home In Home Care & Assistance 53 State Route 17K , Suite 6 Newburgh, NY 12550 845-762-5557; Helping seniors age safely and independently by providing companion services such as Alzheimer's support and transportation to appointments, errands, and social events. High quality, screened and insured caregivers and assistants. Give Mom a hand A mother's hands work hard. From cheering for your little ones at their soccer games, to making dinner for your family, to typing all day at your office, holding your baby and everything else in between. Those hands could use a break! What better way to treat yourself this month than to a manicure? Because those hands of yours are so overworked, you need to find a type of manicure that won't chip as soon as you leave the salon. Mom, meet the newest type of manicure that everyone is loving. Dip powder nails are growing to be the most popular choice at nail salons. They are healthier for your nails than traditional acrylics, last longer than gel polish and come with a reasonable price tag. So, how does this miracle manicure work? An adhesive-like glaze is applied to your nails and your nail is immediately dipped into a colored powder. Don't worry, even though this will last a long time, the application process doesn't take any longer than a traditional salon manicure. Dip powder is formulated without harsh chemicals and contains vitamins that will actually strengthen your nails. Say goodbye to brittle, weak nails and hello to beautiful ones! beauty & fitness

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