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Hey, You’ve Got Some Food on Your Face…

By RENATA CERTO-WARE  |  October 9, 2012

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Hope you saved room for dessert. Bath and Body Works serves up a sweet-as-pie True Blue Spa Renewing Face Mask with Pumpkin ($12). For more intense help, head to South End fave Brad Duncan Skin Care for an Epicuren Pumpkin Enzyme Peel ($150), packed with pumpkin extract and malic acid from apples, that'll have you feeling like Cinderella in 60 minutes.

THE DIY DEPARTMENT

Rather make your own remedy? Local skincare guru Brad Duncan suggests whipping up a carrot mask to get glowing. Just mash the ingredients together, apply to the face and neck, and let sit for 15 minutes. Resist the urge to taste your face, and remove with warm water.

2 tbs carrot juice + 1 tbs olive oil + 1 tbs sour cream + 1 egg yolk + 2 tbs oatmeal = 1 great mask

WHERE TO GO
Barneys New York, 100 Huntington Ave, Boston :: 617.385.3300
Bath & Body Works, 425 Washington St, Boston :: 617.451.2793
Brad Duncan Skin Care, 530 Tremont St, Boston :: 617.482.1700
Saks Fifth Avenue, 800 Boylston St, Boston :: 617.262.8500
Walgreens, 841 Boylston St, Boston :: 617.236.1692

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