Expert's Opinion

Beauty

By Scott-Vincent Borba, Borba Inc. | August 30, 2011

Scott-Vincent Borba on what makes one beautiful.

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
Scott-Vincent Borba founded Borba Inc. after a futile search to find skin care that would work for his sensitive, blemish prone skin. After doing an inordinant amount of research, Scott-Vincent realized that while topical products, such as serums, creams and exfoliators would work when used regularly, once stopped, the issues return, sometimes worse than before. He realized the body itself needs to be treated as well to maintain the results of a natural beautiful glow. To that effect, Borba'sInside/Out philosophy was born.

Borba's products, both topical and edible, are designed to provide the body with nutrients that support the creation of healthy, beautiful skin, while providing the body support to maintain itself.
More info:
www.borba.com



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