Making others look good is my thing; it’s what I’m all about. I had low self esteem for much of my life due to the way that I looked. I had bad skin and it wreaked havoc on my social life: I would slouch to hide my face, avoid eye contact, and… avoid people.
I realized that beauty has a profound effect on human beings. Beauty can be something you embrace, or something you strive for. It wasn’t until I finally realized that in order to look beautiful, I had to live beautiful. I started exercising and taking care of myself. I cooked and ate healthy foods.
Then I began thinking beautiful. I cleared my mind of everything negative and embraced everything positive – everything beautiful. They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder – and my eyes were so clear that I began to see the beauty in everything. I finally had confidence and confidence made me beautiful.
I created my company to share what I’ve learned about beauty and pass it on to everyone I meet. When I give a celebrity a facial or I give advice to a customer, I tell them not to dwell on fixing their negatives, but to appreciate their positives. Beauty isn’t just a look, it’s a state of mind – and it’s beautiful.
About the Author
Popular with consumers, audiences and media alike, Borba Founder and CEO Scott-Vincent Borba has earned a solid reputation as a prescient thinker and beauty business visionary.In developing first-of-their-kind beauty products for his company and treating the skin from both inside and out, he is indeed changing the way people think about skin care. More info: www.borba.com
Scott-Vincent Borba urges you to look beyond the surface.
By Scott-Vincent Borba, Borba Inc.
Published August 26, 2010
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