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Beauty Gifts to Make Their Holidays Bright

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.   ~ Clement Clarke Moore

You don’t have to wait for St. Nicholas…..What are you going to fill their (or your!) stockings with this year?

Top Beauty Product Gifts for the 2013 Holiday Season You don’t have to spend a fortune to buy something special for yourself or any of your other near and dear ones. Women delight in attractive gifts that make them feel good—happier, prettier, energized, livelier, sexier, friskier, more vibrant and radiant. Here are some of my top beauty product picks for this holiday season. Make their eyes sparkle and their hearts leap with joy when they open these presents.

Yves Rocher has over 200 Gift Ideas from $2. Here are some great ideas for stocking stuffers:

Holiday Stocking for Him.





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Christmas Fun Facts from StayClearSkin.com

Did you know that before the creation of the poem Twas the Night Before Christmas, St. Nicholas, the patron saint of children, had never been associated with reindeer.

Clement Clarke Moore’s father, Benjamin Moore, was the Bishop of New York and famous for officiating at the inauguration of George Washington.

Story has it that a friend of Clement Moore, Miss H. Butler, sent a copy of the poem to the New York Sentinel, who published the poem. The poem was published anonymously and it was an immediate success. It was not until 20 years later that the author Clement Clarke Moore was revealed  as the author when the poem was included in a book of his poetry.



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