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Salty bliss 

A mug of your mother’s hot cocoa might be the traditional way to warm up on a cold Michigan day. But if she doesn’t happen to be around, there are other, more glamorous ways to take the chill off. Blisslabs has come up with one of them. A new addition to the company’s line of innovative beauty products, Hot Salt Scrub is a luxurious body scrub that actually warms up as you rub it on your skin. This unique, all-natural concoction suspends 70 percent pure sea salt in a light, oil-free gel that promises an invigorating and warming bath experience. For a little added bliss, the scrub also contains a blend of aromatherapy oils (rosemary and eucalyptus). A big 21.2-ounce jar of Hot Salt Scrub goes for a cool $30.

Top off this one-of-a-kind treatment with Blisslabs Lemon & Sage Body Butter or Lemon & Sage Soft Oil Spray. Look for Blisslabs stuff at www.ibeauty.com. The Blisslabs Web site is still under construction, but watch for it at www.blisslabs.com. Norene Cashen pays attention here every other week. E-mail letters@metrotimes.com

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