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SAY CHEESE

Get ready for entertaining this spring with a new cheese board from Steve McKenzie’s. The cheese board and Lagioule knife set comes in a range of bright colors and designs. The melamine cheese board coordinates with the cheese knife made by the French company Lagioule. The set is dishwasher safe and break resistant. Get one for yourself or as a gift for your host. Available now for $30 at SteveMcKenzies.com.

VILLAGE WAYS WRAP

In honor of International Women’s Day, Ann Taylor is offering a limited-edition scarf collection. Each scarf in the Village Ways Wool Scarf collection is individually created by a group of women from a remote village in the Himalayas. The women are skilled at collecting pashmina wool, hand-spinning yarn and dying each piece to create the scarves. The four colors include Lady Oxford, Saffron Thread, Bright Cherry Tomato and Electric Pink. The women are able to support their families with their work through the ResponsiblyAnn initiative which is dedicated to empowering 100,000 women around the globe through education and training about health, finances and more. The scarves are available now for $128 at AnnTaylor.com.

MICELLAR MIRACLE

Replenish and cleanse skin with Yes To Micellar Cleansing Waters. The waterless formula cleanses, tones and moisturizes in just one step with no rinsing necessary. The all-in-one waters are made with natural ingredients and clean skin without over-drying. Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Micellar Cleansing Water features coconut oil for intense hydration. Yes To Cucumbers Calming Micellar Cleansing Water includes a vegetable extract that helps calm the skin. Yes To Cotton Comforting Micellar Cleansing Water has cottonseed oil to help soothe and soften skin. The cleaners are available for $8.99 at Wal-Mart, CVS, Walgreens and other stores.



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