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tighten your skin

Tighter skin has become one of the calling cards of the beauty world. And since no one has learned to turn back the hands of time, turn to the next best thing, copper peptide, a proven anti-aging technology that increases skin’s firmness and reduces stretch marks. Osmotics Cosmeceuticals Blue Copper 5 Age Repair Body Lift works all over your body to stimulate new collagen and help smooth out wrinkles. Osmotics Cosmeceuticals Blue Copper 5 Age Repair Body Lift, $95, Nordstrom

 

soothing bath

A conviction for natural healing in 1890 led Sebastian Kneipp to create formulas using natural plant essences and pure ingredients to cure your ailments. Look to juniper to soothe your aching muscles, Melissa to relieve stress and insomnia and ginger to help with poor digestion. Just drop one of the formulas — bath oils, bath salts or bath tablets — into your bath water and let the healing begin. Kneipp Care Moisture Bath Herbal Bath Oil, $7.50, Kneipp Thermal Springs Bath Salt Juniper Muscle Soother, $21, Kneipp Melissa Relaxing Herbal Bath Tablet, $6.50, and Kneipp Ginger Refreshing Herbal Bath Tablet, $7.50, all available at Omni Chemist at Fashion Show Mall

purple power

Bring sultry into your cosmetics with Laura Mercier’s limited edition color quads. The four complimentary colors combine rich eggplant, maroon shimmer, mauve and a pale ivory pink and come embossed with a pansie motif that you will find difficult to mar. The palette is available in two shades of purple, the wild version and the shy version. Laura Mercier Eye Colour Quad in Shy Violet, $38, Saks Fifth Avenue

 

kiss and tell

Frank Tell may be a relative newcomer to the fashion scene, but he’s already garnering attention from the press. His spring collection, inspired by the works of Georgia O’Keefe, Josephine Baker and David Bailey’s "London," creates silhouettes of flowers and mixes synthetic with the real and organic. He has a modern take on shapes of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s that doesn’t look retro. And with spring’s favortism toward florals, look for the native of Barcelona to really take off. Frank Tell teal dress, $965, Outfit at Wynn Las Vegas

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