I’m a fashion fan – here’s the best that Penneys has to offer from vintage sweaters to skincare tools

A FASHION fan revealed the best things that Penneys has to offer – it is very pink.

Fashion TikToker Maria, who can be found on the social media platform at @maria_makeup_x, uploaded a video revealing the best bits that Penneys have in their stores.

Maria showcased that best that Penneys currently has on offer


Maria showcased that best that Penneys currently has on offer
Maria went shopping in Penneys with her pal Melissa


Maria went shopping in Penneys with her pal Melissa

Maria started the video by saying: “Come to Penneys with us and check out our favorite bits at the moment.”

She subtly gave us a warning saying that we’re going to see a lot of pink in her video.

She said: “You’re gonna see a lot of pink in this video, you could tell that we are pink girls.”

Within the first ten seconds, the girls show off two beautiful pink jackets – one in full leather jacket and one in patterns cropped jacket – and a pink baseball cap.

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Next, they moved on to Disney vintage sweatshirts, before moving onto skincare products.

She said: “Super vintage vibes off the Disney sweaters and I’m loving all of these skincare tools at the moment here.”

Maria revealed her fake nails in the clip and said she had picked them up from Penneys a while ago.

They then moved on to the men sections and discussed the famous tracksuits, which recently went viral on TikTok.

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She mentioned that at the men section they offer a variety of colours. As shown in the video, there are pink, green, purple, orange and white.

After the men section, they moved on to the home section where they saw a cute pink pot and looked at unique mirrors with wavy rainbow colours on it.

Lastly, before they leave the store, they

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Ways to Save on your skincare in Central Georgia

Here are six tips on how you can save money on your skin care routine.

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — People strive to have good hygiene every day. From brushing your teeth to washing your face. If you’re eager to have a skincare routine but don’t know where to start, here are 6 tips to improve your everyday skincare routine.

1. Don’t waste product

Many cleansers, moisturizers, and cream products recommend a pea to dime size amount of product. If you buy a big jar or tube of a skin product, you’ll run the risk of running out sooner and having to buy more. Hailey Haywood, master cosmetologist at Spa 22 in Warner Robins says you don’t need too much. 

“Just depending on your skin type, I think skin is a lot of trial and error so you definitely want to see what works best for you, but you aren’t going to want to overload your face with product. And in the long run that saves you money.,” Haywood said.

2. Go with generic body wash

You don’t have to buy the name brand that can cost almost $15. They all lather, make you smell nice, and hydrate the skin. However, brands like Sauve can be found at Walmart for around $3.

3. Use petroleum jelly

Maybe you’ve heard of Vaseline but you can use it for dry skin and small cuts. It has many uses like treating diaper rashes, preventing chaffing, and rehydrating nails.

4. Try the three-step approach

Many skin care routines include a cleanser, an exfoliant, a serum, a spot treatment, an eye cream, a toner, a moisturizer, and a protectant. However, the American Academy of Dermatology suggests having a cleanser, moisturizer, and protectant. Sarah Le’Valley says you can go to a two-step which

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Local beauty brand owner’s unique take on skincare

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Alexandria Baskin says focusing on her skincare journey came at a late stage in life. It actually started with her hair. In 2013, she says her hair became damaged after a series of relaxers, which then caused her hair to fall out. Shortly after, her skin started to break out.

“Alot of the over the counter products were not working,” said Alexandria, “so I started off in DIY. I started researching different products and finding out what was great for my skin. In doing that, I started to combine different natural oils and other formulas; and that’s how it started.”

Alexandria, began offering her newly developed skin care products to her family, who quickly became her supporters. She says they advocated for her to take her skin care ideas to the next level and actually create a business behind them. A few years later, Alexandria, came up with the idea of ‘Poppin Natural’ and in 2020, it became official.

As 2020 proved to be a hard time for many people, Alexandria, says she did not let that stop her from creating a successful business. She buckled down and started experimenting with different product ideas.

“My friends and family started using more of my products, especially the Rose Water,” said Alexandria,, “They tell me their skin started to become more hydrated and smooth.”

Over time, Alexandria, began developing an assortment of body butters, essential body oils, eye gels, complexion serums, face toners and more. All of the products are vegan, cruelty free and have natural ingredients.

Stephanie Gallegoes is a longtime customer of Poppin’ Natural and says that she truly loves the products. Not only does Stephanie use the products everyday, she says that she even takes them to work.

“I really love the cuticle serum.

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Beauty veteran launches skincare brand Neon Hippie in US

Dive Brief:

  • Founded by beauty industry veteran Nicole Ostoya, skincare brand Neon Hippie has launched in the U.S., skincare-brand-301750919.html”according to a Tuesday announcement.
  • The company enlisted chemist and entrepreneur Florence Nacino to create its mushroom-based products. The products are made with Chaga, Reishi, Shiitake, Tremella, Trametes Versicolor, Cordyceps and Coprinus mushrooms, the company said.
  • Priced between $25 and $125, the product assortment includes face oil, cleansers and creams, per the announcement. In addition to its own website, the brand is available at select Neiman Marcus locations and on the department store’s website.

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Neon Hippie’s wholesale partnership with Neiman Marcus at the time of its launch further proves brands’ increasing need to diversify their channel mix.

As the limits of selling primarily online becomes more apparent, brands have sought retailers to sell their products through. Along with Neiman Marcus, Target has added DTC skincare brands into its product assortment. The mass merchant earlier this month added skincare brand Loops to more than 1,500 U.S. Target stores, joining Ulta and Nordstrom in distributing their products. Target also introduced Futurewise, another DTC skincare brand, into its U.S. stores.

Mushrooms and fungi have been showing up in more skincare products over the years. Neon Hippie’s Ostoya touted the many benefits of the ingredient.

“Ask any Mycologist what mushrooms can do for the skin,” Ostoya said in a statement. “Taken singly, these mushrooms are quite effective. Tramella holds 500 times its weight in water, but together in our proprietary 7 Shroom Complex, they perfectly feed, moisturize, repair, reduce inflammation and transform the skin.”

Mushrooms have also become increasingly popular across the broader retail industry, especially when it comes to seeking out more sustainable materials.

A March 2021 survey from the Material Innovation Initiative and

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This Amazon Trifold Vanity Mirror Is A Bedroom Must-Have

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Up until two months ago, I’d always been lucky enough to have my own bathroom. The space included a roomy sink vanity, where I could take as long as I wanted to wash my face, languidly apply every step of my skincare routine, and do my makeup as I listened to my favorite podcasts. Cut to today, and I’m sharing a storage closet-sized bathroom with three other people. Suffice to say, I don’t have the privilege of taking my sweet time in there when everyone’s trying to get ready for work. After just a couple days of this new lifestyle, I realized I was in dire need of a mirror for my bedroom desk — trying to flatiron my hair while staring into a compact wasn’t going to cut it. After searching for one on Amazon and reading up on the countless options available, I finally decided on this specific trifold mirror. It’s the best housewarming present I could’ve bought myself.

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Before I even started looking for a vanity mirror, I knew I wanted a trifold that could stand up on its own. Those descriptors didn’t really help to narrow down my search, but what ultimately sold me on this particular mirror was its size. When it’s closed, the mirror measures 10 by 12 inches, making it substantially larger than the other ones I looked at but still compact enough to sit atop my small desk. The large center mirror is sandwiched between two skinny rectangular ones. I love that I can adjust them to the perfect angle when I’m applying bronzer, for instance. Because I

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Chrissy Teigen goes makeup-free to share postpartum skincare routine

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chrissy-teigen-sober/” data-ylk=”slk:Chrissy Teigen;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “Chrissy Teigen is one to keep in real. From revealing her natural hair length (sans-extensions) to leaky nipple pics, there’s not much the mum-of-three won’t share with her fans… Because apparently, nothing says postpartum authenticity like milk stains! I mean, I wouldn’t know but going by this information, I dread to find out.

Alas, I digress, for today, Chrissy has kept said leaky nipple at bay with instead, a video walking us through her post-baby skincare routine;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “skincare routine. As she put it in the caption of her Instagram post: “Everyone has been asking me about my skincare routine post baby! my skin is still finding its way so I keep it easy peasy with a few of my favourites that I use every single morning,” she writes.

Keeping it au naturale, in the vid the actor is, of course, makeup-free and wears her post-shower hair in a towel turban. #Relatable, much?

But let’s delve into what you’re all here for, shall we? Aka, the products used on her – what I must say is – glowing skin. To kick off, Chrissy goes in with iS Clinical Pro-Heal Serum Advance+, £90 and taps gently into the skin. Now, this is certainly a Cosmo-approved technique.

Next up comes the retinol (cheers with pride), and Chrissy has chosen to use the Shani Darden Skin Care Retinol Reform, £80. Yes, it’s pricey but a good’un created by Hollywood’s favourite expert aesthetician. This is then followed by the iS Clinical Reparative Moisture Emulsion, £100.

After moisturising, Chrissy opts to spritz her face with a toner and it’s by the brand Loved01, created by her husband, John Legend. Unfortunately, this is yet

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Eau Thermale Avene Launches a New Skincare Line for

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Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – February 22, 2023) – Concentrated in pure Hyaluronic Acid and Niacinamide, the HYALURON ACTIV B3 product range brings a new approach to anti-aging: it acts on the cause of aging, for firmer skin and corrected wrinkles. Niacinamide at 6% is an unprecedented concentration in an anti-aging product. Paired with pure hyaluronic acid, it delays the onset of cellular senescence, slows the spread of aging in the skin and stimulates cellular regeneration for lasting results.

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The Hyaluron Activ B3 Renewal Firming Cream has a non-greasy finish and a natural tone up effect that illuminates the skin. Ideal for massaging in, or as a base for makeup. Using a jar that can be recycled and refilled.

With only 8 ingredients, this serum has a texture with no fatty phase and no fragrances, which means it is also suitable for the fragile eye contour area. It can be used alone or in combination with other care products in a routine. Comes with 6% niacinamide and pure and natural hyaluronic acid (low and high molecular weight).

To reinforce the skin’s nighttime repair process, this rich, cocooning cream uses Haritaki Extract and Retinal, which is 10 times more active than Retinol, to stimulate cell renewal and activate collagen synthesis.

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(MENAFN- Tales & Heads) • Chalhoub Group partners with Patyka signaling expansion into the GCC pharmacy sector

• The partnership aims to modernise the pharmacy and selective channels in order to make organic and sustainable brands accessible to consumers in the GCC

• Patyka’s commitment to excellence, efficiency, and ethics makes them an ideal partner for Chalhoub Group

Chalhoub Group signed a joint venture agreement with French certified-organic skincare brand, PATYKA, marking its entry into the retail pharmacy sector. The joint venture is set to support the Group’s long-term commitment to developing the regional skincare market and modernising the current selective and pharmacy channels by working with science-backed skincare brands.

Insights from Chalhoub Group’s proprietry research indicates that today, skincare is projected to be the the fastest growing category in beauty. In addition, the pharmacy skincare sector in the GCC is worth approximately US$1 billion, indicating the significance of the this market. With the rising demand for clean and sustainable brands, PATYKA will introduce a range of science-backed, organic, and sensorality products to meet the regional consumers needs.

PATYKA’s values are built on three distinct pillars: efficiency, excellence, and ethics, and is one of the first skincare beauty brands worldwide to be certified as organic. It is a leading skincare brand in France throughout pharmacies as well as perfumeries and department stores. The partnership with Chalhoub Group is a testament of PATYKA’s long-term vision of developing its brand and expanding its global footprint over the next decade.

Michael Chalhoub, President of Joint Venutres and of Strategy, Growth, Innovation and Investment at Chalhoub Group stated: “We are thrilled to have been chosen by Patyka as their partner in the Middle East, and to be given an opportunity to contribute to this great brand’s growth in our region. We

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Prince Harry Used One of Princess Diana’s Timeless Skincare Products In a Very Unexpected Way

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If there’s one book that made quite the splash last year, it was Prince Harry’s memoir Spare. The tell-all provides an intimate lens into the inner workings of the British Royal Family, and left no dust behind in its revelations—including that one part about the Prince’s ‘todger.’ 

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While anyone reading that bit of the book might shift around in their seat from the sheer awkwardness of it all, it did provide one key piece of information that shouldn’t be overlooked. 

“My penis was oscillating between extremely sensitive and borderline traumatized,” he wrote in the memoir. “I’d been trying some home remedies, including one recommended by a friend. She’d urged me to apply Elizabeth Arden cream.” 

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Turns out, the Elizabeth Arden Cream Skin Protectant is the same one Princess Diana used to use on her chapped lips—and Prince Harry quickly recalls this very fact. “My mom used that on her lips,” he remembered. Before applying it, well, down there.

For those interested in trying it out for themselves, there’s good news: the Elizabeth Arden cream is still readily available today and can be found for just $27 at Amazon, where it’s racked up over 6,700 five-star ratings.



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The all-purpose beauty balm has been around for more than 70 years and was the first ever cosmetic product to come from the now-coveted brand. It protects and hydrates areas of concern, such as the nails, lips, eyebrows and face for up to eight hours at a time. Formulated with petrolatum, vitamin E and salicylic acid, it soothes

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Aveeno rolls out ‘lift and learn’ skincare displays at Tesco | News

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Skincare brand Aveeno is touring a ‘lift and learn’ product display at several Tesco Extra stores.

The “skin selector activation unit” reacts when consumers lift an Aveeno product from the shelf. Sensors prompt the display of specific product information and content on video screens above.

The key advantage of the unit, the Johnson & Johnson-owned brand said, was that there was no need for shoppers to download an app, scan a QR code, or navigate through options on a screen.

“In the current environment, selecting the right product from that first purchase has never been more important to consumers, with expectations for immersive in-store experiences on the rise,” said Sarah Millbanks, Aveeno marketing manager, Northern Europe.

“The Aveeno Winter skin selector provides a personalised and memorable experience while supporting consumers with their skincare needs.” 

The unit debuted at Tesco Extra Watford earlier this month, and will appear at Extra stores in Sandhurst, Wembley and Slough until early March.

“It’s been fantastic to work with the Aveeno team on this project as they share our passion for continuously improving the shopper experience, and helping shoppers to identify the right product for their skin type,” said Elouise Wareing, body skincare buyer at Tesco.

“The in-store campaign, built on real insights, engages shoppers at point of purchase with immersive, interactive displays and smart retail shelves,” she added.

Several beauty and skincare brands have been tapping technology to guide consumers to the most suitable product choice.

In December, L’Oréal Group rolled out iPads loaded with AI skincare tech to Sainsbury’s staff so they could offer customers personalised skincare advice and product recommendations. The technology starts with a photo of the customer and measures factors like the severity of wrinkles, pore quality, and fine lines.

According to Mintel data, 44% of UK

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