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Hair Loss Mexico City – Farrell Hair Now Available in Mexico City

Farrell Hair Arrives in Mexico City, Mexico
Farrell Hair replacement systems are now available to you in Mexico City! You can personally meet with Laura Farrell so that she can personally analyze your particular hair loss situation and design hair systems that will give you back your natural, healthy appearance.

Imagine having the same quality as Hollywood megastars
If you live in Mexico City and want the best, there is really only one place to go. Farrell Hair Replacement has been a world leader in non surgical hair replacement for almost thirty years. Farrell’s systems are for those distinguishing people who want hair systems that replace their hair exactly to the way it used to grow. Richard’s expertise is straight from Hollywood’s big film production’s need for realism and his hair systems are completely natural looking. As Richard Farrell says; “It just makes sense that if you are going to wear hair systems, wear the best hair systems in the world or nothing at all.”

Hair Replacement in Mexico City with Hollywood Quality
Richard Farrell was born in Hollywood, California and started his hair replacement business in Hollywood. Our Hollywood location resulted in Richard’s clientele being a broad cross section of Hollywood’s entertainment community. Our clients demand the most in undetectability and quality and so should you. You want to look your best? Then, let Farrell hair Replacement solve your hair loss situation forever.

About Farrell Hair: We use the finest quality human hair and custom blend it to match your own color, density and texture. Farrell’s base materials virtually disappear on your skin. A Farrell “ultra-custom” hair replacement system flows and moves as if it were your own hair. You will look like you have your own natural hair back. New clients usually doubt that we at Farrell can achieve their goals but in the end they find that we exceeded their wildest expectations!

Farrell Hair Mexico City

5059 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, Ca 90019

Hair Loss Solutions Mexico City – Let Farrell Solve Your Hair Loss Forever

Schedule an appointment with Laura Farrell online
If you live in Mexico City or anywhere in latin America and your experiencing hair loss then now is the pefect opportunity to meet with Laura Farrell for a personal no-cost consultation to find out what your options are to solve your hair loss once and for all! Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to meet with Laura, she will be in Mexico City conducting one on one personal hair loss consultations on Sepember 4th 2010. Laura Farrell will also be coming back to do personal consultations throughout the year but but if you suffer from hair loss why wait, you can make an appointment today so that you will be able meet with Laura on September 4th.

While there is no charge for Laura’s appointment consultations, there are many hair loss sufferers like yourself who want to meet with Laura, so it is important to make your appointment early to avoid missing this incredible opportunity to finally have 100% of your hair back.

Laura Farrell is from Mexico and speaks Spanish
Laura Farrell is a native of Mexico; she speaks the language and understands the culture. Laura who is also the owner (with husband Richard Farrell) of Farrell Hair Replacement visits Mexico City often in order to consult with our many clients in the region. People come from all over Latin America to meet with Laura so that she can help to solve their hair loss, and as Laura will tell you she has always been able to find a solution for every hair loss client. The process of designing your hair systems is very important. When Laura Farrell designs your hair systems you are in the best of hands, she will explain every detail of the unique Farrell process for ending your hair loss once and for all.

About Farrell Hair: We use the finest quality human hair and custom blend it to match your own color, density and texture. Farrell’s base materials virtually disappear on your skin. A Farrell “ultra-custom” hair replacement system flows and moves as if it were your own hair. You will look like you have your own natural hair back. New clients usually doubt that we at Farrell can achieve their goals but in the end they find that we exceeded their wildest expectations!

Farrell Hair Mexico City

5059 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, Ca 90019

Thinking of Retiring in Mexico?

Mexico has always fascinated Americans. Many Americans toy with the idea of retiring to Mexico all their lives and many of them do take the plunge. As the cost of living in USA is increasing every day and standard of living Mexico improving, more people are opting to retire permanently to Mexico. A retirement destination with sunny climate, beautiful beaches, friendly people, good medical care facilities, stable government, booming economy and world class real estate – Mexico is all this and more. The best part is that one can retire in Mexico and lead a very comfortable life for very less as compared to USA. Retiring to Mexico is not as complex as people think. In fact, Mexico is retirement friendly.

The Mexican authorities offer attractive benefits like a special visa and inexpensive health care for expats who come to Mexico attracted by the warm weather and white beaches. The “rentista” is a special type of non-working visa available to retirees 51 and older. To obtain a “rentista”, an expat needs to provide a letter from the bank or social security administration confirming that he/she receives a certain minimum income each month. Expat Retirees are also eligible for IMSS, medical insurance system. MSS stands for Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social. It’s a Mexican social security plan that costs $200 per year and covers medical, dental, and vision care. IMSS gives you complete coverage including prescription meds except for certain preexisting conditions that have varying time periods before they are covered.

To encourage retirees to buy Mexico Real Estate, Mexican government has made buying property in Mexico for foreigners a simple process. Non-Mexicans can obtain direct ownership of property in the interior of Mexico. However, foreigners cannot own property outright within the restricted zone i.e. property in Mexico within 50 miles of the coast or 100 miles of a national border. Foreigner needs to set up a Mexican corporation which will technically own the land or a beneficial trust called a fideicomiso.

While buying Real Estate in Mexico, an expat make sure to contact a reputable real estate agent to help you get your corporation or trust established in right order. Since, there is no real estate license system for selling and buying property in Mexico, meaning that anyone can be a real estate agent whether or not they are familiar with the intricacies of laws and procedures. Before purchasing property in Mexico, research real estate companies and choose one only after evaluating their experience, references and communication skills.

Since property taxes in Mexico known as Predial is substantial lower in Mexico as compared to USA, buying Mexico real estate makes more sense than ever. You need to pay taxes only on slated sale price every year even if the property’s value increases.

The manifold benefits to retirees such as cheap luxury condos, affordable healthcare system, breathtaking beauty, relaxed atmosphere and rich culture are just what expats look for and get in Mexico. If you’re contemplating about retiring and purchasing home in Mexico, you’re in for an exciting journey.

Authour: Tom Budniak

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Realty Executives Mexican Caribbean offers many investment oportunities like Mexico Real Estate, Beachfront Condos, Rental Villas, Apartments etc. If you have any questions or advise regarding Mexico Real Estate, Feel free to contact Tom BudniakMexico Real Estate.

Travel Advisory Update On The Flu In Mexico

After all the massive publicity of the Swine Flu, and the closing of all businesses and schools in Mexico, finally things are looking up. Now that more information is present for analysis, other countries as well as United States are realizing how the cases of “Swine Flu” were not, and I repeat, WERE NOT linked with travel to Mexico.


All businesses are open in Puerto Vallarta and tourists are taking advantage and are enjoying at this beautiful haven in Mexico. The Travel Warning that was launched by Centers For Disease Control (CDC) in opposition to “non-essential travel” into Mexico, which has been in effect since 27th April 2009 has finally been lifted and now only a “Travel Health Precaution” is there for travel to Mexico. Canada had previously launched a Travel Advisory for Mexico which was officially lifted on 18th May. This “non-essential travel” warning was put on Mexico due to the excessive media hype that was created about the Flu.


Press conferences were also held where the Canadian Chief Public Health Officer Dr. David Butler-Jones stressed on the fact that the “outbreak in Mexico” now seems to be settling down. He also explained that it did not seem logical to put a travel warning to a country where the spread of the virus was similar to that of Canada; which is minimal. 


Since the lifting of this travel advisory, the PHAC will cease to provide notices of health alert to the air travelers that are leaving for Mexico. Also, quarantine officers which were previously placed on almost every direct flight coming to Canada from Mexico, will be removed. Nonetheless, the “Canadian Border Services Agency” will continue keeping a check on all of the air passengers who show signs of being under the influence of the swine flu.


Majority of the Canadian Air Carriers have not formally broadcasted the outcome of the travel ban which was placed on Mexico. However, WestJet has announced that it will continue its “no flight policy” to Mexico till June 20th. But what is great is that Air Canada will definitely make a few trips to Puerto Vallarta in May. So I don’t think you should be waiting any longer, come on down, because here at Puerto Vallarta everything is safe and healthy.


Get more information on Puerto Vallarta rentals, contact Pvrpv dot com at the following numbers.  Their Mexican office number is 322.222.0638.  In case you are calling from the USA or Canada, call on their local Vonage number 206.388.3703. You can email to Tim at his email address. For more details visit Pvrpv dot com which has been successfully servicing the tourists & local community for the past four years.  They have a qualified staff with years of experience and they may help you with rental properties in Puerto Vallarta.


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Mahey Noor Pino Suarez #210 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Mexico [email protected]

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