Top celebrity esthetician Scott-Vincent Borba is a pioneer in the nutraceutical field and an ongoing beauty expert for multiple syndicated mediums including Extra! QVC, and E! News as well as The Rachel Ray Show and Good Day LA. Yet as a teen he suffered terrible cystic acne, a case of rosacea, and was overweight in all the wrong places. Ironically, despite his insecurities, he fell into a successful career as a product development and marketing specialist in the health and beauty industry. While helping care for his father who was diagnosed with prostate cancer, Borba discovered how nutraceuticals could help heal the body, as well as the skin. With the help of product specialists, he began researching how combining topical ingredients with ingestible ingredients could achieve radiant health--and skin--and his Borba line of products was born. Not only did his own skin transform, he has helped some of the top models and actors achieve flawless, glowing, and healtier skin. His BORBA line of nutraceutical products, supplements, and waters are now sold in stores throughout the country and on QVC and HSN. He has received coverage in People, US Weekly, OK!, Cosmopolitan, Elle, InStyle, Prevention, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Visit www.scottvincentborba.com. Debbie Appel is a freelance writer who has worked in the entertainment business for more than a decade. Her work includes Just Say Yes: How Real-Life Romeos and Juliets Popped the Question as well as TV shows on the Style Network and E! Entertainment. She currently writes and interviews celebrities for magazines including US Weekly, Twist, and J14.