After careful planning, Amanda walks Ellen through the entire makeover, and explains every step of the way in detail. Ellen’s journey to becoming a stronger, great looking and more empowered woman will take her through the following procedures:
Botox / Dysport,
Intense Pulse Light Therapy (IPL),
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Facial, and
All these put together are a powerful combination, designed to transform every bit of Ellen’s look, and most importantly, make her feel her absolute best. We will be updating you about every procedure as she goes through it.
This is so so exciting, we can’t wait to show you everything! Stay tuned.
Our second selected candidate for the 2018 season of Transitions With Dr. Lori,
Donna Goulette – one of the first photos we took for the 2018 season of Transitions with Dr. Lori
Donna Goulette, is from Berlin, CT, and her story is equally unique and touching as Ellen’s. Here’s what she said to us in December:
“I was married for 37 years to a wonderful man who passed away in 2015 after spending 12 years in a wheelchair after a year in the hospital. In order to make his life as good as it could be I left my job to care for him. In those years I put him first and sort of let myself go.
I recently met a man and I want to start a new chapter in my life and would like to look the best that I can. I will also be welcoming my second grandchild in June.”
Donna has very painful varicose veins which are a serious burden for her – she can barely walk at times, and the cramps she gets at night are unbearable, not to mention the unsightly look on her left leg. She is really hoping that she would be able to play with her grand child – with no pain in her legs – and we certainly hope so too!
In addition, we are strongly encouraging Donna to quit smoking, and have decided to sponsor her Chantix prescription – completely free of charge. We can’t wait to see her transitioning to a strong, beautiful, happy and healthy woman, able to enjoy life, her new boyfriend, and her future grand child to the very fullest. Go Donna!
Stay tuned, more about Donna is on the way very soon!
Judi Kirkpatrick’s Transition is coming into the final stretch. She had her Botox injections last week and is already seeing huge results.
“The results are dramatic,” Kirkpatrick said. “The lines in my foreheads are either gone or almost gone! Also, the lines at the corners of my eyes are greatly diminished!”
Kirkpatrick, a cancer survivor and a former small town mayor originally from Texas, asked for Dr. Lori Greenwald’s help with her transition to become Mother-of-The Bride. Judi survived a rare form of cancer and the treatments that saved her life, prematurely aged her. When Judi’s son was married, she looked at the pictures of herself and cried.
“I looked like a person who had been through a lot,” Kirkpatrick said in a previous interview. “I looked at that picture of myself and said, is that really me?” Judi’s daughter gets married in Texas on June 3rd. Judi leaves for the wedding on May 20th! We will be at the wedding in Texas with Judi and her family. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for the dramatic transition that will no doubt, be a real tear-jerker! Judi looks amazing already but she still has a few weeks left to go in her Transition with Dr. Lori, including a make-over at the Mac Studio Salon in Windsor. That’s next week. We will give you a preview of Judi’s new look as it unfolds!
Watch Judi’s Transition right here from beginning to end with her big reveal set for June!
A 57-year-old former small town mayor, Judi can’t wait for her only daughter’s upcoming wedding but she hates seeing herself in pictures. Judi battled a rare form of cancer and won but her treatment prematurely aged her. She was fed arsenic, a poisonous substance, through a port in her chest for 28 days in order to save her life but the treatment caused both visible and emotional reminders. With Dr. Lori Greenwald’s help, this soon-to-be mother of the bride will get her groove back, and herself back, for her daughter’s wedding in June.
Shelly Sindland reports on Judi’s journey and how she hopes to escape the daily reminders of her battle with cancer from her reflection.