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February
5

Looks like there are a lot of Valentine’s Day products (and a special event) lined up at Szent & Company in Larchmont.

I just got an e-mail from Janet Robinson and Barbara Truesdale, the owners,

with the following details of what’s planned for the boutique, at 1969 Palmer Ave. (914-834-1515).

Check it out:

“FOLLOW YOUR HEART TO SZENT & COMPANY

VALENTINE’S DAY HAPPENINGS
On Friday, February 13th from 1:30 to 3:30, VISION OF TOMORROW SALON AND SPA will be at Szent & Company giving complimentary 5 minute MASSAGES! And yes, one of your choices of massage oils will be CHOCOLATE!!! YUMMY……

FOR GIFT GIVING IDEAS, treat your sweetheart to custom scentable massage oil and lotion for the massage of a lifetime!
NEW SPA PRODUCTS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Custom Scentable Bath Fizzies – a fun and pampering way to bathe and silken your skin at the same time! Each fizzie gives you 2 baths and you can choose any scent you’d like…..ahhhhhh!

Shower Gel in a Sponge – cleanses, exfoliates, massages and moisturizes ALL IN ONE – in Peony Passion, Sweet Jasmine and Spicy Mango! Imagine that?

Chocolate and Vanilla Spa Basket – red shower gel for the bath or shower, a soap sack for a great lather and a bath fizzie with chocolate and vanilla oils. We swear it has no calories!

We will have music, refreshments and you can enter a drawing to win a Gift Basket.
Give him or her the gift of love – the gift of Szent!

Szent & Company | 1969 Palmer Avenue | Larchmont | NY | 10538”

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Mary Shustack has been living — and shopping — in this region her whole life. This blog will follow her never-ending search for beautiful things, from home-decorating accents to funky tote bags to quirky collectibles. Come along as she browses through the shops, boutiques, markets and fairs of the Lower Hudson Valley.

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