Displaying results 1 - 25 of 30 for face creams. Subscribe to this search
(NAPSI)—Back when Cleopatra bathed in fresh goat’s milk, all skin care treatments were all-natural. Now, you can get the same moisturizing ingredients in an all-natural, fragrance-free skin care line.
SARASOTA – If you're looking for a little slice of heaven, look no further than Pinecraft, the home of Sarasota's Amish and Mennonite community, where for the first time this year, Everence Federal Credit Union put on a pie contest.
(NAPSI)—Face it: Your hands and feet do a lot of work. Chances are, your work or hobbies depend on them, so it’s important to keep them clean, hydrated and free from cracks and splits. Here are hints on how:
Coconut desserts have always been a popular spring treat, and with its distinctive smell and taste, coconut—at least for me—always evokes thoughts of warm weather and fun outdoor gatherings with friends. I like coconut in many forms, both sweet and savory, but I have to admit that, in spring, my favorite way to enjoy coconut is in cake form, whether that be a dainty cupcake or (even better) a huge slice of coconut cream-filled layer cake with cream cheese frosting and toasted coconut on top with cream cheese frosting and toasted coconut on top. Yum.
Satisfy winter cravings with this delicious Veggie Italiano Quesadilla.
(Family Features) Strawberries are a quick and easy snack for adults and children. It’s no wonder why they’re a top fruit juice in kitchens and lunchboxes everywhere. Plus, these tasty fruits are packed with almost 140 percent of immune system boosting vitamin C.
(Family Features) Planning the perfect party can seem overwhelming, but a few simple touches can make it a celebration to remember.
(BPT) - When spring finally arrives, we gladly shed heavy coats and snow boots. Meals, too, lighten up with warmer weather, as we leave behind hearty soups and heavier meals in favor of more sprightly and seasonal fare. Spring celebrations – from Easter brunches to graduation dinners – are great opportunities to revisit old favorites and try something new.
TRICKS TO CLEAN UP POST TREATING
Earlier this week I shared the best way to keep your make up and brushes organized. So as part of organizing these items, it’s important to know that like items in your kitchen you think can stay forever, even your make-up has a shelf life
In the past two years it has become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures and on average the most expensive. But, there's a new to get a face-lift without going under the knife.
(NAPSI)—A 10-day charity motorcycle ride symbolizes one company’s history with motorcycles, its spirit of adventure and philanthropic heritage.
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 11, 2014--Dean's Sour Cream and Cottage Cheese products are currently arriving on retailer shelves throughout the upper Midwest in innovative new packaging. The packaging concept, originally developed and used throughout Europe, provides several consumer benefits.
(BPT) - Women across the country, whether based in the snow belt or Sunshine State, notice and feel the effects of cold weather and climate shifts on skin. Plus, 2014 is turning out to be one of the harshest winters to date thanks to the Polar Vortex – a combination of record-setting snowfall and plunging temperatures. Harsh winds, precipitation, dry heat and temperature fluctuations can wreak havoc on skin, making the cooler months an ideal time to map out a skin care routine that is rooted in moisturization.
Today I’m going bananas! Not literally of course -- though some may disagree -- but as in sharing how this tasty tropical fruit can be used in many ways beyond being a healthy snack!
(ARA) - The radiance of youthful skin is something that everyone is lucky enough to have at some point. But as the years pass, that nature-given glow tends to dull and slacken, leaving most people searching for a way to recapture that look. The booming cosmetic and skincare business produces plenty of one-jar wonders that promise radical results, but many of them don't deliver. Dermatology experts know, however, that taking a broader approach to caring for your skin is the optimal way to get results.
(NewsUSA) - Cooler weather and winter winds, paired with indoor heat and dryer weather, can wreak havoc on your hair and skin. A social media sharing website, InTheNews.TV, recently looked at some of the hot winter trends, beauty products and fashion tips and tricks to keep women looking their best to survive the winter season. Better yet, they can be found at your local drug or mass retailer chain -- without breaking the bank.
SARASOTA FL-- As we honor the men and woman who answered the call to serve our country, a major dilemma many of them face looms in the background. It's the alarming number of veterans unemployed.
Call it an oxymoron, or just plain sign of the times with a pork popularity insurgence- this Jewish chef now loves pork! Fatty, crispy end juicy meat—smoked, slathered with BBQ sauce or Hoisin. The thicker the pork chops on the bone of course, the better. The fattier the piece the better and ribs-well call me southern and slap my knee silly- love the finger lickin’ tender racks, coleslaw and fries included.
(NewsUSA) - Ahhh ? the sounds of summer. This season brings such welcome sounds, like ice cream truck chimes and laughter from children playing games. However, the buzzing sound of stinging insects is perhaps one of the most unwelcome seasonal sounds. For some, this noise evokes fear about being stung, but bees, wasps, yellowjackets and hornets can cause more than just pain. Stinging insects send more than 500,000 people to the hospital annually.
If you could eat the finest brunch on the west coast of Florida in the best waterside location, why wouldn’t you? It’s a question you don’t have to answer. Just mark your calendar for December 1. That’s the Sunday morning that Chef Pedro Flores officially inaugurates the second annual seasonal Table Creekside Brunch. This year there are more offerings than ever to enjoy inside, on the porch or on the deck that hovers over the shore of the historic and idyllic Phillippi Creek in Sarasota.
On December 1, Chef Pedro Flores officially inaugurates the second annual seasonal Table Creekside Brunch. This year there are more offerings than ever to enjoy inside, on the porch or on the deck that hovers over the shore of the historic and idyllic Phillippi Creek in Sarasota.
(NAPSI)—Red wine may be an obvious choice for the winter months, but a rich, full-bodied Chardonnay is a luxurious alternative. Many of us—not to mention our dinner guests—prefer white wine, even when the temperature drops and the wool scarves come out. This season, in the midst of the red wine aisle, we’re doing an about-face to find the perfect winter white.
For many on the Suncoast, it just wouldn't be Thanksgiving without a Yoder's pie. And the restaurant's kitchen is working hard to meet the demand.