Beauty Queen

Sometimes, it’s fabulous to be an editor at The Indy. Like this week, when a box of beauty booty arrived from Avia Spa. Avia, known for its devotion to incorporating an Eastern and Western ingredient into each of its 23 products, has just introduced several new age-defying, skin-beautifying items into its skincare lineup. Here are some of our favorites: The Radiant Glow mask, formulated with moisture-boosting soy protein and vitamin B, promises to even skin tone and improve its elasticity; the Infinity Firming Complex plumps surface skin cells and regenerates tissues for a firmer appearance; the Eternal Eye Complex combines natural ingredients to help regenerate skin cells and repair free- radical damage around delicate areas like the eyes and mouth; and the Instant Gratification Blemish Remover gently heals blemishes and prevents breakouts. Avia Spa is located at 350 Chapala St., Ste. 101-102, and the Avia skincare line is available at Call 730-7303 for info.

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