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links: shopping, beauty, and misc

Kate Spade is offering classic book covers you can download, print, and slip over that trashy novel you want to read at the beach. Via Shelterrific.

I accidentally made chlorine gas — should I start writing my will? at Ask Metafilter.

Boots No.7 Restore and Renew Serum will be sold at CVS pharmacies. At Coquette.

I love this fairytale glassware by D-Bros. At AT:Chicago.

Help me stay awake during my evening commute, at Ask Metafilter.

Bluelines on Vichy sunblock which has Mexoryl to block UVA rays.

Slave to Target on a deal between Target and Goodwill to sell returned, damaged or seasonal merchandise at Goodwill stores. So this is why I spotted some not-old-yet Thomas O’Brien curtains at Goodwill recently.

· comments [6] · 07-20-2007 · categories:beauty · shopping ·

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ty // Jul 20, 2007 at 6:02 am

    Ok, the link I was totally curious about, isn’t there! The Target/Goodwill link doesn’t work. :o(

  • 2 Lindsay // Jul 20, 2007 at 7:19 am

    The Target and Goodwill in my town have had this going on for at least 5 years.

  • 3 Monique in Bellingham // Jul 20, 2007 at 7:37 am

    You can also buy the No.7 product at

  • 4 megan // Jul 20, 2007 at 8:55 am

    Sorry about that, the link is fixed.

    Monique – I bought mine at the Target here.

  • 5 miranda // Jul 20, 2007 at 11:31 am

    Ppl don’t have to care, but might like to know that the Boots stuff is (TMK) tested on animals. Which is the reason I won’t be buying any.

    Derma-E products, sold at Whole Foods & other places, are mostly in the same price range, work really well for a lot of people, and are animal-friendly.

    That Target/Goodwill thing has also been going on in my area, informally, for at least two years. Oh, the joy of getting a new iTrip for $2.

  • 6 Dawn // Jul 20, 2007 at 1:20 pm

    Hrrrm now I’m not sure WHAT to believe about mixing vinegar and bleach. Since the AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY proclaimed that it is pretty much the only effective way to kill terrible bacteria at their
    2006 BIODEFENSE RESEARCH MEETING. Though they do say to dilute the bleach in water and THEN add the vinegar. Perhaps that’s the key to not creating the poisonous gas? Here’s the er, article/findings?

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