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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

4 Spring Scents

How do you apply your scents? Here are four different ways to scent your skin this season! Body wash, cologne spray, eau de parfum and body lotion. Which do you use?

Clockwise from L to R:

DEMETER new Pixie Dust Cologne Spray ($20/1oz, among other sizes @ next month) – looking for a really fun and simple scent? This one is a little fruity, a tad sugary and as light as Tinker Bell’s dust, which it was named after.

BODYCOLOGY Flawless Glow Luminous Lotion in Sheer Bloom ($7.97/16oz @ – load up the smell of white peaches and jasmine on your skin this season with this one.

L’OCCITANE Privoine Flora Eau de Parfum ($62.1.2oz @ – named after the Mediterranean legend nymph Paeonia, this springy fragrance blends top notes of bergamot, grapefruit, green with a heart of peony, magnolia and rose on a base of vanilla, cedar and musk. Sexy.

LULAH Body Wash in Citron ($11.25/10oz @ – created for the stylish woman of today from the Thymes brand, this scent represents everything the season is – fresh, crisp, and clean with notes of pink pamplemousse, tart lemon, sweet basil and herbal leaves and is a true wake-me-up in the shower. 

Disclosure: Samples of these items were provided for review purposes.

Thursday, August 30, 2007

"In the Summertime ... When the Weather is High ...

... you can stretch right up an' touch the sky ... when the weather's fine ..."


It’s not too late to get your summer on. Keep it going even after you flick that last piece of sand off your foot. These can help bring the season out of you.


BEACH GIRL BEAUTY The 9th Wave Exfoliator ($16/10oz @ in Gidget’s Paradise doubles as a body wash and exfoliator using sugar and oils to soothe parched skin.


YAROK Serum 4 Chill After Sun ($50/2oz @ is a treatment for hair and scalp that contains 94% organic ingredients to repair and nourish after a long day in the sun.

Get your relaxation on with DEMETER Mojito Cologne Spray ($20/1oz @ and take a mental vacation through your nose.

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