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Reduce Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes with Diet and Lifestyle Changes
Dr. Matt McDaniel
Matthew McDaniel, MD is the founder of Fairlawn Aesthetic MD and The Center for Integrative Health. He graduated with honors from The Ohio State University, with honors form the Medical College of Ohio/College of Medicine - University of Toledo, and did his residency training at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha and is certified by AADEP and ABIHM. He has been in private practice for over 20 years.
How to reduce dark circles and puffy eyes without eye creams by using diet and lifestyle changes, such as getting better sleep, avoiding alcohol and caffeine before bed, etc.
The primary audience is women 40 - 65 living in the United States.
Through our website, https://Youthful.World/
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I want to be able to grab attention with the cover. Something that would really appeal to women with issues with the skin around their eyes.
I would like the logo for Youthful.World Skin Care on there somewhere. I'll include some versions of the logo that can be used.
Maybe something that looks like science... beakers, chemistry, etc.
What to avoid
I do not want the doctor's picture as the primary pic on the cover. It can be a small image in the corner or a larger image on the back (or something), but the doc picture should not be the primary image on the front.