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July 17, 2006

Shu Uemura Limited Edition Depsea Water


That's the way they spell it — go bother them, leave me alone.

From a write-up in yesterday's Washington Post:

    Summer Savior

    Cool and hydrate thirsty skin with these refreshing mists, which the Japanese cosmetics company Shu Uemura culls from the mineral-rich ocean depths around Hawaii, Norway and Japan.

    This summer's scents are inspired by Japanese fruits to make your skin smell as good as it feels.

    Choose from Yuzu, a citrus that reminded us of Love's Baby Soft; the light, peachy Momonomi; or Midori, a grassy his-and-hers option.


Me, I felt cooler just looking at the picture, so I figured it was worth putting up.

In the picture up top Yuzu is on the left, Momonomi in the center and Midori on the right.


[via Holly E. Thomas and Michelle Thomas, in their "Sunday Shopper" feature in yesterday's Washington Post]

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"mineral-rich ocean depths" make me thing of whalefalls.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jul 19, 2006 4:19:42 PM

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