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Because B.O. is the Pits

Somebody's gotta do it

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It’s no secret that Miami is home to some pretty sweaty Bettys and Teddys. With the sky-high humidity and blazing sun, it’s no surprise that though we leave our homes smelling like spring flowers, baby powder, or some fancy eau de toilette, and that by the end of the day our natural fragrances have taken over. But to our funkdafied rescue, French Canadian beauty dealer Fruits & Passion has landed in Aventura Mall and brought a slew of products that will freshen your stinky body, baby, home and even your puppy. They have moisturizing milk infused with fresh and invigorating Tamanu oil, Whipped Body Souffle with sunflower oil, and body scrubs made with real red clay. Now if b.o. isn’t your problem you’ll also find tons of other beauty and home enhancing booty.

And pssssst! ladies… Today and tomorrow, shirtless male models will be at the grand opening to answer your every beck and call. We promise they don’t stink. The store is located on the lower level by JC Penney. --Raina McLeod

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