Rebecca Peck represents The Upholstery Studio, and shes going to demonstrate making easy ottomans and tuffets. Or, if you dont want to make it yourself, shell share some tips on where to go and how to choose ready-made ones. Shes from Phoenixville, Pa. Information on making snacks, preventing elder abuse, and painting on silk scarves will be the featured topics on Creative Living noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.
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Popular Japanese Skin Care Brand Arrives in the United States
The anti-inflammatory, moisturizing compounds found in oats called avenanthramides help to soothe and repair traumatized skin. Oats also have soothing and really gentle exfoliating and anti-itch properties. For bruising, the fat-soluble nutrient vitamin K1 penetrates damaged skin and helps speed healing. Vitamin D helps to accelerate skin regeneration, which minimizes any scarring or skin discoloration.
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Cancer Care: A Delicate Subject
Sometimes, there are children present. Don’t say anything in a way you wouldn’t want your own child to hear. Do not attack other users; focus your comments on issues, not individuals. Stay on topic. Only post comments relevant to the article at hand.
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PROFITABLE SKIN-CARE PROGRAMS
”I’m a sucker for the advertisements,” said Miss Story, who spends $15 a month on moisturizers, creams, toners and such. ”I’ll try anything.” Thanks to Miss Story and millions like her, the skin-care business is doing well indeed. According to Frank LeCates, cosmetics analyst for Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, retail sales of skin-care products have reached an estimated $1 billion, out of total sales of $7 billion for the cosmetics and fragrance industry. ”It’s probably the fastest-growing area in cosmetics,” said Maria DeLucia, cosmetics analyst for Kidder, Peabody.
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