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Good alternatives to perfume in a bottle are perfumed moisturizers and gels for the body, according to the German Cosmetics Distributors and Marketing Association (VKE), which keeps track of new developments on the market. The creams contain between 5 and 15 percent perfume and usually contain no alcohol, in contrast to bottle perfume. That makes perfumed body creams more suitable for sensitive skin types. They are also practical for travellers, as they are less likely to spill inside a suitcase.

Bangles are one of the essential ornaments for women on every festival and occasion. The vivid and colourful bangles add beauty boost to the overall look of women of every age group. Wearing bangles on festivals and occasions is a centurys old tradition. No occasion including the biggest festival of the year "Eid" is complete without Bangles. The Bangle's twinkling and shining completes the dressing of women on Eid day. Till the chand raat their sale rises because every woman tends to select bangles sets of her choice.
Soft furnishings are more than just interchangeable decoration: they also create a homely feeling, and at their best, they can express your personal style. Choosing material for curtains, upholstery and accessories demands judgement to ensure all your furnishings will match perfectly.
For archeologist and food historian Paula Marcoux, the business of cooking begins as it did almost two million years ago: with a fire and a stick. From fish and meat to breads and vegetables, the 100-odd recipes in Marcoux's first book, "Cooking with Fire," serve as a how-to guide to often ancient and sometimes forgotten culinary techniques.
It's really difficult to get home decoration right. Do yellow curtains look good with a green sofa? Will an oriental-style table match furnishings you inherited from your grandmother? Those are hard questions to answer, according to Ursula Geismann, an interior-design expert. What may look good to you could be out of the question for someone else. Geismann says you need to be brave in your decision-making.
The wall between the digital world and the real one is about to get a bit thinner, with the smartphones we carry learning to home in on real world beacons that will give them signals to take online action ... sometimes without the owner even noticing. At the heart of this revolution are beacons. An army of them are primed to get the service up and running. They are the real world sensors that spring to life when a smartphone is nearby.
Exoskeletons helping the paralysed to walk, tiny maggot-inspired devices gnawing at brain tumours, machines working tirelessly as hospital helpers: in many respects, the future of medicine is already here. Experts say that, at the experimental level, human skills are already being enhanced or replaced by robots and other hi-tech substitutes - and these may become commonplace just a few years from now.


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