Expert's Opinion

Growth

By Scott-Vincent Borba, Borba Inc. | January 3, 2012

Scott-Vincent Borba says learn something new.

Growing up is a big part of life. It’s a time when responsibilities aren’t given, but taken. It’s a time when your parents stop asking you to do things because you’re already doing them. It’s a time when your actions speak louder than your words.


Growth should be a never-ending cycle.

I’m not afraid to learn something new, or try something new. I always encourage trial and error because I understand that life is all about growing. Growing means becoming a better person who is well equipped for any task. I hate to remain stagnant in anything, and as my dad would say, I don’t let grass grow under my feet. I feel that if you want to live life to the fullest, you have to be willing to grow.


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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