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No More Winter-Induced Dry Patches

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This Coffee-Infused Body Scrub Will Wake You the Hell Up
A jar of coffee body scrub

I’ve tried just about every exfoliator under the sun: chemical peels, all-natural powders, apricot scrubs from the drugstore, and even those pricey enzyme masks. And while everything worked fairly well, my skin often still looked dull and felt dry; nothing made me say “whoa” after I washed it off my face.

Except for one thing: Palermo Body’s Coffee Body Scrub. The primary ingredient is — you guessed it — coffee, but it also includes rosemary oil, lemon oil, shea butter, and sugar. Everything is blended together to a consistency that’s almost fluffy, but it’s still gritty enough to get the job done. On top of that, it smells like a freshly brewed pot of coffee with hints of rosemary and lemon.

The bottom line is this scrub does an amazing job at getting rid of the annoying dry patches that I tend to get during the winter — which means I can skip the post-shower lotion and catch a few extra Zs instead. —Courtney Conway, contributing writer

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Extra discounts on the sale section at Yoox make owning designer clothes, shoes, and bags much more of a reality than you probably thought — think price tags of $250 and below rather than $500 and above (though you certainly could spend that). Worthy investments include burgundy Prada culottes, Maison Margiela ankle boots, and Alexander Wang dresses, while the Fun Splurge Award goes to these Balenciaga… mules?

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The Tracee Ellis Ross x J.C. Penney Collection Finally Launches Today
Tracee Ellis Ross and two models wearing clothes from the collection

Would it be an overstatement to say that Tracee Ellis Ross is bringing J.C. Penney back? Honestly, probably not. News dropped early last month that the Black-ish actress (daughter to the legendary Diana Ross, style icon, etc.) teamed up with the department store on a limited-edition holiday capsule collection, and it’s finally available to shop today.

“It was the most perfect partnership,” Ross shared at the collection preview in New York City. “I really believe that style and looking great does not have to expensive, and I really believe that women are beautiful in all shapes, colors, sizes, and ages. It was really important for me to design a collection of clothes that can be both your armor and your joy at the same time.”

The 45-piece collection includes apparel, accessories, and even home goods, all of which are extremely reasonably priced — the most expensive item in the entire capsule rings in at $74. That same accessibility carries into the ready-to-wear offerings, with sizes from small to 3X available.

You’ll find everything from stretchy body-con dresseswrap coats, and wide-leg pants to sequin dresses (that don’t feel cheap, by the way!), matching sweatsuits, and a really sharp tuxedo jacket that would be the perfect companion to any and every office holiday party. The silhouettes are all versatile, coming in the bold colors and in-your-face prints that Ross herself is known for wearing. (And who doesn’t want to dress like Tracee Ellis Ross?)

You can officially shop the full collection today, in stores at all 875 J.C. Penney locations as well as online, where you can use code FALLNOW through midnight for an extra 25% off.  —Tanisha Pina, market editor

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