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    Curaloe Aloe Vera Body Lotion - 80% Pure Aloe Gel
    Beauty (Curacao Ecocity Projects N.V.)


    Curacao Ecocity Projects N.V.


    List Price: $26.00
    Price: $26.00


    • ECO-FRIENDLY - No parabens nor animal derived ingredients are ever added to our premium products. Safe for Men, Women and the entire family.
    • NATURAL - 80% Pure Aloe Vera, organically grown and bottled on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao. Fresh harvested aloe vera makes this premium lotion a must for your family's skin care needs.
    • FEELS GREAT - Dry itchy skin? Let our fast absorbing lotion give you that soft, smooth skin you deserve. Curaloe's unique formula will moisturize and hydrate like you've never before experienced.
    • ADDED BENEFITS - Our non-greasy lotion is enriched with African Shea Butter & Avocado Oil for results you can actually see and feel. Silky, radiant skin is at your fingertips.
    • GUARANTEE - We want you to love this Aloe Vera Body Lotion. If you are not 100% satisfied, please return it anytime for a 100% hassle free refund, even used. With that, you have no risk, add one to your cart today!

    Nozone Curve Long Sleeved Sun Protective Shirt for Women in Curacao, X-Large
    Apparel (Nozone)


    Nozone


    List Price: $29.99
    Price: $29.99


    • COMFORT: Fabric is breathable, lightweight, and soft / Curved hem and slightly flared waistline for a flattering fit / 4 way stretch with stretch memory / anti-static / Flatlock stitching for added style and comfort
    • PERFORMANCE: Wicks moisture away from body / All natural EPA approved antibacterial
    • SKIN SAFETY: Rated UPF 50+, blocking more than 98% of UV radiation. All sun protection is from the weave of the fabric. Fabric is free of sunscreen chemicals.
    • DURABLE & EASY CARE: Colors stay vibrant / Machine wash / Excellent shape retention / UV protection never washes out
    • MADE IN CANADA / Ethically manufactured to exacting standards. We adhere to international labor standards to ensure no children or underpaid workers are involved in the manufacturing process.

Place: Emilio Wilson Park

Maarten Mingoen from Curacao on Sunday October 28 at 10:00am at Dominica Means 10. Night Out. On Friday, October 26 from 5:00-10:00pm, Renzo Gracie St Maarten is Participation needed in a mime, heart-rending arts, body painting and costume workshop

This Day, October 13, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

He brought a physician named Samson de Mirabeau into the area for care for his wife in 1409. Whittington was in good company when He passed away in 1503 leaving behind a body of commentaries on the Torah and the Prophets. According to some

IG Online Interview: Jessica López (Venezuela)

IG Online Interview: Jessica López (Venezuela) I felt soul different, so of course I have to take care of it every day and I have to eat healthy and do the conditioning that everyone has to do to be fit. IG: Do you feel pressure as the top female gymnast for The other one has two degrees

E autobiography di un idioma

I am deregulated. A language for which no jurisdiction applies. My past is dirty. All pasts are dirty, though some are filthier than others. I’m of the filthier kind (sorto). I sit in a greasy bank account somewhere in the British Virgin Islands. I live here, amid a slew of luxury resorts, spas, and white tourists lathered in sunscreen, trailing iridescence in infinity pools. They smoke cigars, inhale tar, synch marriage proposals with blazing sunsets. They say I look pretty (bunita) in my blue (blou) robe, compliment my hair, the way I keep it (e) silky with imported oils. They ask questions: What do you do and are you a (un) local?

“I was born on a nearby island where my mother Elsa was born to her mother, Elina,” I say. They give me a faint, uninterested smile. To shut me up, they buy me a glass of sauvignon blanc. I ask for an extra ice cube, a (otro) refill, then another (otro). It took a while, but I’ve improved at being myself. I can now speak without fatigue. I know everybody here (aki), the elderly and the young. The young believe I’m one of them but generations do not apply to me. I’m centuries old and have been pregnant for the past twenty years. They, the tourists, think I’m delirious, that I’ve had too much to drink. When they realize I’m telling the truth, they feel betrayed. What are you talking about? Is this even (hasta) a (un) language?