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Day: April 10, 2021

Womaness Menopause Beauty Products Line To Be Sold at Target (TGT) Stores

relates to The $600 Billion Market for Women in Menopause Is Fit for Disruption

Women of a certain age are now trending in the beauty industry, where youthfulness has traditionally been celebrated. In the the past three years, a steady stream of brands has hit the market to address the issues menopausal women face: hot flashes, dramatic skin changes, low libido, achy joints, and more.

Most focus on skin care and offer creams, serums, and masks because dryness is a major problem. Brands such as Emepelle, SeeMe Beauty, Caire, and LaMaria are largely offered directly to consumers with prestige price points and have a limited selection. Industry leaders Procter &

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McDonald’s will close hundreds of locations in Walmart stores

A shopper carrying a child returns to their car outside a Walmart store in Duarte, California, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020.

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McDonald’s is closing hundreds of restaurants inside of Walmart, as customers increasingly shop online and opt for the drive-thru window.

The big-box retailer confirmed Friday that the fast-food chain will have around 150 locations that remain across its 3,570 SuperCenters. That has gradually fallen over the years from a peak of about 1,000 locations.

The closures were first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

For about three decades, the two corporate

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The Internet Made Me Fall Back In Love With This Skin Care Product That Helps My Skin Look Flawless

There’s nothing like falling love, but what about falling in love twice? That’s what happened when I rediscovered my fondness for the Dr. Jart Tiger Grass Color Correcting Skin Treatment after watching dozens of TikToks singing its praises. See, I was an early adoptee of the product (it’s been around for a few years now) but as one does, it fell out of favor when I got the chance to try other new and interesting things. But after neglecting this small but mighty green jar, I’m here to say that it’s the only thing I want to put

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Ferndale wedding officiant helps couples tie the knot during the pandemic with porch ceremonies

FERNDALE (WXYZ) — Couples eagerly waiting to tie the knot in 2020 were set back by the pandemic. By the 2020 wedding season, COVID had forced venues, churches and banquet halls to close as the state tried desperately to manage a new global health crisis.

And although Michigan is now slowly reopening, and vaccines are becoming more accessible, COVID numbers continue to rise, putting into question how many will celebrate their nuptials in the safest way possible going forward – whether the more traditional route or by downsizing their big day.

RELATED: Couples left questioning when indoor weddings can happen

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Lena Dunham announces plus-size fashion range: ‘There’s so much judgment’ | Lena Dunham

Announcing her own plus-size fashion range on Monday, the writer and actor Lena Dunham said her aim was to stop the perception that plus-size women are “stupid”.

The five-piece collaboration with 11 Honoré follows the Girls creator’s catwalk debut last year, for 16Arlington at London Fashion Week.

“There’s so much judgment around bigger bodies and I think one of those judgments is that bigger women are stupider,” Dunham told the New York Times.

“They eat too much and don’t know how to stop. Thin women must be discerning and able to use their willpower. Bigger women must be

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Shaquille O’Neal helps man pay for engagement ring at Atlanta jewelry store

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Shaquille O’Neal made a lucky fan’s day. In a video posted to Instagram, the Hall of Fame big man was spotted at a jewelry store in Atlanta giving his credit card to man paying for an engagement ring.

The video itself is short, but reveals the entirety of the story as the NBA legend covers the bill and shakes the hand of the man wanting to get the ring.

O’Neal then explained some further details on “Inside the NBA” during a segment about the context surrounding the video itself. 

“This happened yesterday,” O’Neal said. “So I was in Zales, looking

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