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The Best Aesthetic Injectors In America, 2018
Terry Conrad, APRN, was nominated by her peers as one of the Top 100 Aesthetic Injectors in America. This award honors 100 outstanding injectors from all over the country who demonstrate innovation, commitment and excellence to the medical aesthetics community.
Greenwich Magazine, January 2015
The Future Of Medicine Is Here
By Beth Cooney
Look Magazine, Summer 2015
Busy Women: Izabela O’Brien
Mrs. Connecticut 2015 – Completing And Competing
I feel that this is a great example for my daughters to see that regardless of one’s age, if you feel unsettled in your pursuits and goals,you should always pursue your dreams. On March 21st all three girls were present at Foxwoods and witnessed their “mommy” getting crowned at Mrs. CT 2015. It was the best feeling in the world to see them screaming with joy.
It does take a lot of time and commitment to prepare for a pageant. I have amazing individuals helping me. My Mrs. America sponser is Terry Conrad of Naturallyou here in Greenwich. Terry makes sure I have a weekly skin care regime in place to help me look my absolute best for the national competition. I feel like I am glowing every time I walk out of her office.
Greenwich Time, September 16, 2015
Mrs. Connecticut sets eyes on Mrs. America, and a cause
By Ken Borsuk
“There she is, Mrs. America.”
Those are the words Greenwich resident Izabela O’Brien wants to hear when she competes next week in the Mrs. America pageant in Las Vegas.
The reigning Mrs. Connecticut, O’Brien will take on women from all over the country for the chance to wear the crown, a position she never thought she’d be in when she last competed in pageants, while in college. O’Brien will be accompanied to Las Vegas by her husband and their three daughters as well as friends and her sponsors Terry Conrad, of Naturallyou, and Monica Lynn, of 5 Squares. They have been helping her prepare for the pageant, during which O’Brien will model a cocktail dress from Fontana on East Putnam Avenue.
“Knowing that my friends, family, sponsors and my daughters are all going to be there will mean so much to me.” O’Brien said. “I know I always put 100 percent effort in, but I feel with their support and positive thoughts I don’t want to let them down. I really want to win it for them.”
But win or lose at the pageant, O’Brien said she knows she’s already won. “I already feel like a queen,” O’Brien said. “I know I am not only doing my best in helping Alina reach her fullest potential in life, but now I’m hoping to share all I’ve learned and all the luck I’ve had with other families.”