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Womom February 2014

For the woman behind the mom.

Jordan Brueckner

Sleek Relaxation

Lounge around your house in comfort and style with the Pure Bliss Robe from Gaiam. Available in multiple colors, this plush robe is perfect for those lazy afternoons with its lightweight material for ultimate coziness. The Robe's natural moisturewicking feature makes it ideal post-shower. Visit www.gaiam.com to start getting snug at home.

Turn Frown Lines Upside Down

Reverse sun damage, acne, and wrinkles with the new Skin Retinol Plus Mask from Jan Marini. The mask combines essential fatty acids and antioxidants to moisturize and condition the skin. Answer your skin's call for help today by purchasing the mask at www.janmarini.com.

All Together Now

No longer fret over losing daily essentials while on-the-go with the new Travel and Cosmetic Collection from BUILT. This set protects your necessities in style and includes various duffl e bags, cosmetic bags, fl at and curling iron covers, eye masks, and totes. The zip closure feature of each case secures your items while interior pockets keep your materials organized. Travel smart with BUILT. For more information, visit www.builtny.com.

Spa at Home

Are you struggling with large pores and fi ne lines but don't have time to travel to the spa for treatments? The at-home Spa Sonic Face and Body Polisher comes equipped with a small brush for the face, a large brush for the body, a facial sponge for microdermabrasion, and a pumice pad for rough areas like feet. Each brush and sponge head is designed to cleanse, exfoliate, tighten, and minimize pores and fi ne lines. The Spa Sonic Face and Body Polisher is available at www.target.com.

Cool Down

Are you fed up with your hot-styling tools burning your skin and melting your counter tops during your routine? The Hot Iron Holster can help. It's water and heat resistant up to hundreds of degrees, as well as easy to pack for travel. Get rid of your hot hair messes by heading to www.hotironholster.com.

This column appeared in the February 2014 issue.