Pretty in the City - Brownes Gets Energized

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Just about every beauty-obsessed woman in Miami knows exactly where Brownes and Co. is located – the plushly retro apothecary is a Lincoln Road mecca for product junkies seeking the latest and greatest new gotta-have-it item. Everything from $52 John Galliano Dipytique candles to our favorite $18 Ojon shampoo is there, and it’s all desperately calling our name, just begging to be added to our shopping basket. A new item is adding to the chorus.

The popular British product line Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare is making its way across the pond, and they’re unveiling their new energizing body wash with a three-day skincare event.

From Friday to Sunday, you can get personalized consultations, and receive

recommended product samples. Besides that, there’ll be special Brownes-only offers on the Energising Body Wash, and the intriguing Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser starter kit. To book your consultation with Liz Earle experts this weekend, call 305-532-8703, extension 302. -- Patrice Yursik

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