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Their destination: spring, or the springlike profusion of floral sheets, pillowcases, and cocktail napkins at the D. Porthault store, which was holding its biannual sale.
When all else fails, paying attention to your pillowcase isn't a bad idea.
On a visit to a Residence Inn by Marriott in New York City, Inside Edition reporters used a harmless spray paint, which can only be seen under ultraviolet light, to mark the sheets and pillowcases of a hotel room bed.
The sale is live now through February 21, but here are some of our favorite things to stock up from the sale, including a cult skin-care serum, peel pads for glowy skin, silk pillowcases, and aerodynamic blow-dryers.
At the Good Housekeeping Institute Textiles Lab, senior product analyst Lexie Sachs and other analysts look at how well pillows keep their shape, withstand laundering and fit into a pillowcase.
This time there are new judges, but prosecutors repeat their case -- arguing that the evidence from the body, the bullet casing, the entry wound, blood stains and pillowcase prove this was murder.
Try taking a warm bath with Lovewild’s muscle-soothing Lavender Bath Salts or misting L’Occitane’s lovely Aromachologie Pillow Mist on your pillowcase.
Not changing your pillowcases enough can also cause your skin to break out.
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