Today, well-being is perceived as one of life’s most precious—and most enviable—assets. The financial investment that many of us are willing to make to achieve and project well-being would support the notion that well-being correlates with financial affluence. Indeed, if the growing popularity of spa retreats, day spas, medi-spas, nutritional supplements, and luxury-priced beauty products is any indication, the value we place on keeping ourselves looking and feeling great is growing.
While experts on aging and longevity agree that there is a correlation between financial health and overall well-being, the good news is that many factors leading to overall well-being require assets that money can’t buy and are derived from personal choices we make every day. (Click the following link to view my Ten Strategies for Maximizing Wellness and Longevity.)
Healthy, radiant looking skin is certainly one of the most recognized and prized indications of overall well-being.