Opté Scans Detect And Correct Hyperpigmentation

My skin doctor, Dr. Steve Mandy, just told me about a new invention that is going to help take dark spots off my face. I’m thrilled. Every year new spots appear, probably to remind me that I’m no longer a spring chicken.

The Opte Precision Skincare System from Proctor & Gamble actually debuted at CES. It’s still being tested by women all over the country. It should be available in the next few months for around $1,200. That may seem like a lot of money, but not when you compare it to other remedies. Like all other new methods of improving your appearance, please check with your doctor before using.

The official press release said that the Opte incorporates the best optics, proprietary algorithms, printing technology, and skincare in one device.

P&G said most women only need treatment on approximately 10 percent of their skin. Opté’s proprietary technology treats only the small areas that need correction. It provides a natural, flawless look that makeup and professional treatments are unable to achieve.

Opte is comprised of a Precision Wand and Precision Serum that work together to provide immediate coverage and long-term benefits.


The Roomba Is Going Outdoors

I know that most of you are in freezing weather right now, but apparently iRobot thought the timing was right to announce the company’s new Terra Robotic Lawn Mower.


Let’s hope the warmer weather will get here soon because mowing your lawn is going to get a lot more fun. The manufacturer unveiled a robotic mower that uses a wireless detection system to mow your lawn and keep it within the yard’s borders.

It’s called the Imprint Smart Mapping technology. All you have to do is place wireless beacons around your yard and then let the robot find the perimeters. One time around, the Terra will learn where to mow. If you have a large yard, the Terra will return to its base to recharge the battery, and then finish the job.

Homeowners can select the desired grass height and when to schedule the mowing job.

Price has not been established.


Here’s a funny……..

Physicians were unable to reach a consensus: Should the U.S. build Trump’s Mexican Wall?  The Allergists were in favor of scratching it, but the Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves.

The Gastroenterologist’s had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the Neurologists thought Trump had a lot of nerve.  Meanwhile, Obstetricians felt certain everyone was laboring under a misconception, while the Ophthalmologists considered the idea short-sighted.

Pathologists yelled, “Over my dead body!” while the Pediatricians said, “Oh, grow up!”  The Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness, while the Radiologists could see right through it.

Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing and the Internists claimed it would indeed be a bitter pill to swallow.

The Plastic Surgeons opined that this proposal would “put a whole new face on the matter.”  The Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the Urologists were pissed off at the whole idea.

Anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas, and those lofty Cardiologists didn’t have the heart to say no.  In the end, the Proctologists won out, leaving the entire decision up to the assholes in Washington !


Scientists Just Created Eye Drops That Dissolve Cataracts

Don’t get too excited. The eye drops will not be ready for general use for a few years. If you have cataracts, I advise you to see your doctor to talk about having the surgery. You don’t want to waste any time not seeing everything you possibly can.

According to Futurism.com, a science and technology site, scientists in the United States, just created eye drops that dissolve cataracts.

Twenty-two million Americans over 40 have cataracts.

The drops were very successfully tested on animals, and are now moving on to humans. They are basically being tested for any uncomfortable and painful side effects. Let’s hope it goes well. It’s going to change people’s lives.

Read about how it works here.


Don’t Be A Car Sharing Victim

Lesson number one: always check your bill after you leave your Lyft or Uber. Lesson number two: double check your charges again a few hours later.

Word has it that your bill may have been adjusted upwards while you were not looking. Watch the video to see what happened to a guy who was taken for a ride.

Here’s a hint. Don’t complain to the driver. That’s the worse thing you can do.

ArtFtLaunderdale.com Held Us Hostage

It was billed as the art fair on the water. A group called Art Fort Lauderdale puts together an event every year where hundreds of people get to take water taxis to the most luxurious homes to view paintings and sculptures from some of the top artists in the area.

Our good friends, Marcia and Richie Grand, did the tour last year, and invited us to join them again today. All was going great until someone supposedly sat in the above chair which is made out of crochet resin thread. It is priced at $6,000. Artist is Sarah Knouse. Many visitors heard a big thud upstairs in the 6,000 square foot house, but no one saw a thing. The chair collapsed.

The organizers of the art fair were very upset. They decided that they would stop the water taxis and hold the visitors hostage on the docks. No one would be allowed to leave the premises until the person who caused the damage fessed up.

They held us captive for over an hour. Art aficionados were losing their cool. Many arguments broke out and a few older women were so flustered they accidentally slipped on the patio steps. I witnessed the women fall in a wave formation. Totally scary. Everyone was under suspicion. The staff actually had the audacity to ask each of us if we were the culprit. It was so weird watching folks being interrogated.

We finally got smart when the art organizers finally decided to free us. We traveled to the next house, and then immediately headed to the front door. We needed something to calm our nerves. The Grands had the solution. We called a Lyft to take us to the Rustic Inn Restaurant. We feasted on Alaskan King Crab legs.

It was a day of unusual events and many surprises. It’s a good thing we love adventures.

The New Foldable Smartphone

If you watched the video that I posted the other day of Steve Greenberg’s Today Show segment, you saw the world’s first foldable smartphone.

Missed it? No worries. We have a segment that Dick DeBartolo of Mad Magazine, did on the Royole smartphone. It appeared on ABC News.

Watch it here. Be sure to click on the arrow in the photo.


The new Royole smartphone is a combination of mobile phone and tablet with a flexible screen.

A press release for the company quoted Dr. Bill Liu, Royole founder and CEO who said, “The new FlexPai has passed bending, twisting, and tension tests over 200,000 times.

“The FlexPai can also be folded at different angles. On the software side, its unique Water OS automatically adapts to different viewing modes for different folding angles and user scenarios, such as taking photos, office usage, video watching, gaming, and more.”

Enjoy the video. Be sure you catch the price in Dick’s segment.

The Today Show Celebrates The Capabilities of the Satpaq

The Satpaq, client of HWH PR, appeared on the Today Show this morning. Thank you Steve Greenberg for recognizing the amazing benefits the Satpaq provides. 50 per cent of the country does not have cell coverage. Satpaq steps in and saves lives. It’s about time the media gave this product the attention it deserves. Thank you, thank you.