By the Tijon Perfumer

“Long after one has forgotten what a woman wore, the memory of her perfume lingers.” ~Christian Dior

Why are perfumes sexy? “The nose may really be a sexual organ - it may be more closely related to sexual response than vision,” suggests American researcher Michael Shipley. Clearly, the sheer confidence and heightened sensuality produced by the right fragrance make us more receptive to sexual feelings and more attractive to others. “When a woman is in the arms of a man she loves, in the dark of the night, the perfume she is wearing plays a very important role,” says Jean-Paul Guerlain.

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Michelle and her mom Cristina are best known on the island for catering to the beauty-needs of residents and visitors alike. Located in Philipsburg, their business – Michelle’s Glamour Salon – has been offering hair, make-up and other beauty services for over 25 years.

The difference between a perfectly moist cake and a rock solid one, or the difference between a homogenous mixture and a heterogeneous one is balance. The structure of which everything takes on follows a specific pattern and adhering to that pattern may yield the results we want. But what happens when, in order to create something different, we introduce some chaos into the mix? Scientists often stumble upon new elements by accident, for example, the new pigment “YInMn”. While experimenting to find new materials to use in electronics, they stumbled upon a brand new shade of blue. The blue is unlike any other shade and was a complete accident. Like these scientists, we will come across happy accidents in life that may start out as chaos.

It is natural to feel doubt at some point during your breastfeeding journey. You may think that your baby is not getting sufficient milk. Or you may feel that you are not pumping enough. Or maybe your baby is going through a growth spurt, breastfeeding constantly and you think that he or she is not getting enough milk. Or maybe you’ve returned to work and are looking for ways to increase your milk supply so that you’ll have enough to send to day care.

It’s all fun and games until someone gets sunburnt. Sunburn is caused by the overexposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun. Everyone is familiar with the initial stage of sunburn, which is the burnt exterior, but there are other factors which can begin to feel like flu symptoms: fever, chills, nausea, headaches and weakness. It is after these symptoms that your body will begin to rid itself of sun-damaged cells, which is what peeling and itching come from. Applying sun block and staying hydrated are two important factors when being exposed to the sun, but many people continue to ignore them, as beach fun does not always leave room for you to stop and protect yourself.

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