In case you were curious as to what kind of apps would be available on the iPad come launch day, wonder no more — Apple has opened up the iPad App Store for your browsing pleasure. A few notables include the much-anticipated streaming Netflix app (free), as well as the rumored ABC Player (free), Sketchbook Pro ($8), a drawing and sketching app that looks very cool if the photos are anything to go by; and Masque ($6), a photo editing app. Currently, there aren't a ton of apps in the iPad-specific area, but there are sure to be lots more added daily.
One great way to relax on the weekends is to pamper yourself with an at home spa treatment. Since alpha hydroxy is all the rage in skin care these days, why not use your own fruit to tap into the exfoliating powers of fruit acids? As my aesthetician says, "If you wouldn't want to eat it, don't put it on your face" since you can absorb chemicals through your skin.
Here is a natural facial mask featuring the tropical fruit power house: the papaya. The fruit enzymes found in papayas are know to aid and accelerate healing in skin disorders such as acne. In addition, the fruit enzymes gently exfoliate the skin. That is what I call a win/win situation.
What you need:
- 1 cup fresh pineapple
- Half-a-cup fresh papaya
- 1 tablespoon honey
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