Shop ’til You Drop: A Pampering Weekend on the East End

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Juice Press understands just how valuable our time Out East is—they’ve just launched curbside delivery from their Bridgehampton and Southampton locations. Call the store you’re looking to pick up from, place your order, pay over the phone, and then just give them a call when you’re pulling up and a Juice Press employee will run your order out to the car.

With juice in tow, head to the Mad Over You Tees and Malia Mills event on August 22 at 4 p.m. Enjoy Prosecco and shop in support of the DreamYard Project’s Art Center in the Bronx. Artwork created by DreamYard students will be displayed and available to purchase. There will also be a special poetry slam by Ellen Hagan, Chair of the Poetry Department at the DreamYard Project (53 Jobs Lane, Southampton).

Over at Theory (98-100 Main Street, Southampton), Carbon & Hyde is now available and they’re offering two styles, the Diamond Band and Diamond Pink Ring, exclusive to the shop. Carbon & Hyde will also be offering additional styles.

There’s no shortage of people Out East who seem to have it all. If you’re looking to buy a gift for that hard-to-shop-for someone, check out CXC Simulations. They manufacture the only professional grade-racing simulator that’s practical for home use. Just make sure you have at least $54,000 (

Whish ( has announced the launch of its Soda Fountain Collection with scents like Black Cherry, Ginger Melon, Key Lime and Orange Cream. Bath & Body Gel ($15) and Body Butter ($12) are both included in the calorie-free collection. In the same vein, Softsoap Body Wash (CVS, 38 Pantigo Lane, East Hampton, $2.99) recently released a new body wash line called “Fresh & Glow,” which has two variants, each made with 100% real extracts. One is an exfoliating fruit polish made with apricot seeds, orange, and kiwi and the other is a hydrating shower cream made with milk protein, coconut, and almonds. Yes, they smell as good as they sound.

Moving on to hair, head over to celebrity favorite Paul Labrecque ( and spend $95 or more to get free shipping, along with deluxe samples. While they sell a number of popular high-end brands, it’s their namesake brand—available in travel size—that will really leave your mane shining.

If your hair is in need of more serious attention, the science-driven line GROH (, which came about as a positive side effect of a pharmaceutical study, has a great line of treatment products. The brand is continually innovating new products through scientific collaboration with major universities around the globe led by Dr. Marvin Hausman, M.D., and their products are rich in nourishing vitamins and moisturizing essential oils. They work particularly well if the weather is leaving your mane on the uncontrollable, frizzy side.

While heat styling may be the last thing you want to do in this weather, T3’s Featherweight Compact Folding Dryer (, $150) will make the experience as pleasurable as possible. Not only is it ideal for travel because it folds up, but it works at both 110 and 220V. Despite its diminutive size, it packs a lot of power, meaning you can expect your drying time to be significantly reduced. Finish your DIY styling session with a shot of cool air and you’ll forget the burst of heat ever happened.

Looking for a fun and affordable hostess gift? Vineyard Hill Naturals ( takes a holistic approach to deliver inexpensive body-care essentials. Their formulas are made with simple ingredients that are derived from cruelty-free, natural plants, minerals, and certified organic ingredients and they have three collections, all of which retail for under $10. Products include natural bar soaps, body butters and more.

Last but not least, there’s a new line in town that makes light of our imperfections—you’ll want to stock up right away. Sol de Janeiro ( products, made with ingredients from the Amazon Rainforest, are packed with rich super fruits and super plants filled with restorative and nourishing properties. They come in bright yellow packaging emblazoned with names like “Bum Bum Cream.”  They feel just as good as they smell.

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