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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

After Summer "KOSMEA" and Always! Skin as Nature intended!

After Summer "KOSMEA" and Always! Skin as Nature intended!

Ciao bella,

There is always melancholy in the air just around Labor Day and a bit after. Our short fun-filled season is coming to a close for packing a pool/beach bag, barbeque, swimming outdoors, chanting of the Feasts and sunning our skin to golden brown. The tan is so becoming, but after it fades with a certain dullness. Now is the time to treat it with simple, loving care.

Use KOSMEA to brighten up skin tone and put back some much needed moisture.

KOSMEA’s Certified Organic Rose Hip Oil is Nature’s answer to anti-aging! It’s rich in Vitamin A, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. It will help smooth wrinkles, even skin tone and leave you with an instant healthy glow.

KOSMEA’s Eight Natural Wonder Revitalizing Facial Serum instantly “lifts” dull and tired skin. The hibiscus extract smoothes out fine lines.

KOSMEA’s Replenishing Moisture Cream is a vitamin rich formula that replenishes and hydrates your complexion to restore skin’s youthful radiance and elasticity—great as a make-up base.

KOSMEA’s Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30+ are for those gals who (should be everyone) monitor how much direct sun they are exposing their skin to. The encapsulated sunscreen offers broad spectrum protection to prevent premature ageing caused by the sun. Use this light, non-greasy face protector daily.

KOSMEA’s full line of extraordinary products are all listed with their info on my web page.

Do yourself a favor and stay looking young!

Buona giornata, and God bless the United States of America!

--Mary N. DiZazzo-Trumbull

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Attention Men: Tomorrow is Felt Hat Day!

September 15th is Felt Hat Day the end of the season when men may wear their straw boaters and Panamas rather than the fur felt fedoras, porkpies, homburgs, and bowlers that we wear (You do wear a hat, don't you?) the rest of the year. For more information see Straw hats may not be worn again until Straw Hat Day which is May 15th.