Happy Mother’s Day!

At Orlando Cosmetic Surgery, we all  know that grandmothers, moms and daughters will appreciate our upcoming revelations regarding the new youth reviving treatments, products and equipment, we will soon be unwrapping at Orlando Cosmetic Surgery.

There is great excitement here as we make room for new products, equipment and maybe even a very special addition to our staff, and all for mothers, and daughters of every age !

We have been hinting about it for several weeks, and we will soon be ready to bring you the age-defying secrets behind “The Summer of Your Most Amazing Skin.”  Soon the doctors and staff at the Orlando Cosmetic Surgery will be explaining some beautiful, world-class new skin treatments for such conditions as:

1. Fine lines and wrinkles, acne, and scars;

2. as well as help for Hyper-pigmentation, and enlarged pores.

3. Likewise, we will show you some new techniques for sagging skin, and increased collagen production.

Best of all, some of our new therapies will cause very little discomfort. Some will be relaxing, and some will produce visible, smooth, soft, results on your very first visit with us. Other treatments will be progressive in nature, and you’ll see improvement with each therapeutic visit.

We assure you that we will be bringing you more information about these new world-class techniques, and other surprises.

A Special Message!  Attention All Mothers!

Did you know that the history of Mother’s Day is ancient? In honor of this very special holiday, we thought you would like to know a little more about Mom’s designated Day.

1.  Like many of our customs, the roots of this holiday can be traced to ancient Greek society. They celebrated in honor of Rhea, Mother of the Gods.

2.  By the fifteenth century, the early Christians of England formalized celebrations honoring Mary, the mother of Christ. Not long after this development, Mother’s Day was extended to include all mothers. At that time, it was called “Mothering Sunday,” and it honored all English mothers.

3.  During this time many of the England’s poor worked as servants for the wealthy. Customs included giving servants sweet, special cakes, called the mothering cake, and many servants were given the day off.

4.  In the shadows of the Civil War, in the United States, Mother’s Day was championed as a patriotic holiday in 1872, by social activist, Julia Ward Howe. Her ideas were actually influenced by those of Ann Marie Reeves Jarvis, a young Appalachian homemaker, and also an activist. It was her daughter, Anna Jarvis who succeeded in establishing a day of honor for all mothers, living and dead. The tradition began as a patriotic day, and flags were prominently displayed, as were pleas and prayers for peace in the world.

The first official Mother’s Day was May 10, 1908, in Grafton, West Virginia. It is in Grafton that the International Mother’s Day Shrine is located.

Other states soon followed suit and the Holiday became national when President Woodrow Wilson declared the first national Mother’s Day, as a day of honor for American mothers. You can read more of the beautiful history of this holiday at this informative source.

Thank you for reading our blog, and again, the doctors and staff of Orlando Cosmetic Surgery hope this will be a beautiful, magical Mother’s Day.  We sincerely hope you will keep checking in with us for news about all the delicious rejuvenating treatments we will soon be introducing.