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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Six Principles of the Ole Henriksen Skin Care System

simplicity Less is more in the matters of skin care. Over-treatment makes your skin frail and extremely sensitive.

renewal Results from the consistent use of high concentrations of anti-oxidants/DMAE/alpha lipoic acid and nature's most active acids which will result in firmer, smoother, even-pigmented skin with visible wrinkling reduction.

stimulation Immersing your skin with refreshing water, rinseable cleansers, tonics and scrubs will stimulate your skin, resulting in clean, glowing skin with refined-looking pores.

hydration Hydrate your skin by using a series of light, medium and rich textured cremes packed with soothing and moisturizing ingredients. This will give you beautiful, radiant, glowing soft skin that is protected against environmental hazards.

pampering Indulge your skin with the wonderful textures and aromas that come with all of my products.

cruelty-free My approach to beauty is strictly pure, natural and cruelty-free. Animals, like humans, are to be loved, not tortured.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Winners of a 2009 Academy Award

Here are the winners of a 2009 Academy Award

The Associated Press


Saturday, April 4, 2009

Welcome Back to the 'Twilight' Zone

Support Teen Literature Day is coming up April 16, so this week's Mom & Pop Culture is looking at books

By Martha BrockenbroughMSN Cinemama

We'll start in the "Twilight" Zone, because, really, we haven't left it since the movie came out last fall. It's still killing with the teen audience. When the DVD came out last week, they sold a whopping 3 million copies on the first day alone. That puts it in the top five for sales in the past two years, right up there with "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," "The Dark Knight," "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" and "Transformers."

There's new casting news for the sequel, "New Moon," too. Joining Taylor Lautner, who bulked up enough to earn a second shot at the role of Jacob the werewolf, are five Native American actors: Chaske Spencer, Bronson Pelletier, Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon and Tyson Houseman. Let the image-search orgy begin!

Meanwhile, last week's gossip that a new director was on board for the third movie turns out to be premature, at best. "The Orphanage" director Juan Antonio Bayona hasn't been hired to direct "Eclipse." The studio has met with a few candidates, apparently, but no one has been offered the job.

The original director, Catherine Hardwicke, will direct a movie adaptation of a book some people are calling "the next 'Twilight.'" Since the book came out April 2, that's probably self-serving spin leaked by someone who really, really hopes it will sell (not that we blame them). But it sounds like a good story, nonetheless.

Called "If I Stay," by Gayle Forman, it's about a comatose cellist named Mia who has to decide if she wants to keep on living after her whole family died in a car wreck. (And no, you're not insane if you think that sounds nothing like "Twilight.")

Want to stay on top of your teen's "Twilight" obsession? The author, Stephenie Meyer, does a good job keeping people up to date on news of her world at her blog — and she sounds like a great human being, to boot.