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Problem – Dehydrated Skin


Solution – Korres’ Yo- gurt Mask Many people feel as though one of the perks of laying out in the sun all summer is drying up


all of that excess oil and/or those stubborn sum- mer time breakouts . That approach may work for awhile, but in the end you are doing much more damage than good to your skin, including dehy- drating it.


Try Korres Yogurt Mask to bring life and luster back into that tired summer skin.


Yogurt has been used by the Greeks for hundreds of years as a go to remedy for skin in delicate condition in need of a quick and healthy mois- ture boost. Yogurt and watercress smooth the skin, while macademia nut oil and olive oil bring a burst of hydration back into that dull, lifeless, sun beaten skin. Use once or twice a week for 10 to 15 minutes for softer, more supple hydration.


Problem – Callused Feet Solution - Carol’s Daughters’ Almond Cookie Sea Salt Body Scrub I don’t know about you, but I spend a good por- tion of the summer bare foot. Whether it be hanging out by the pool, running around on the beach, or simply just chilling on my NYC rooftop, my feet take a good beating during the summer months. The Result - Callused feet that smell anything but pretty. The Cure – Carol’s Daugh- ter’s Almond Cookie Sea Salt Body Scrub. This all natural body scrub which contains several essential oils within its special sea salt blend, will not only wear away all of that harsh roughage on the bottom of your feet, but you will walk away (no pun intended) smelling like almonds and avo- cado! With every bathing, just smooth the scrub all over each foot for smoother, softer append- ages. It is up to you whether or not you want to apply the scrub pre- cleansing or while immersed in water. However, applying the product to dry skin will make it more effective.


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But what about the supporting actresses, well there’s a lot going on. The Good Wife has made a great showing - Archie Panjabi, who’s gotten the nod for her supporting role as the mysterious Kalinda Sharma, and Christine Ba- ranski, who plays Diane Lockhart, the tough as nails partner with a heart of platinum is also up for the Emmy. The ladies of comedy shine this season too, with Jane Lynch, AKA Sue Sylvester the twisted cheerleading coach on Glee, and Betty White, a classic by any- one’s standards, is up for her role as Elka Ostrovsky, the multi dimensional, and super funny caretaker in Hot in Cleveland. Person- ally I can’t wait to see how that plays out.


All in all it should be a very interesting Sep- tember in TV land, whether that’s checking out the new fall lineup, or catching the action on the red carpet.


NATAURI NOUGHTON is a rising star her stunning portrayl as the spunky playboy bunny on the new hit series about Hugh Heffners Playboy Mansion; THE PLAYBOY CLUB. She is an American singer, rapper and actress best known for for- merly being one-third of the R&B trio 3LW, and the starring


role of Denise in the remake of Fame.


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