Why should babies get all the pampering? skyn Iceland’s Glacial Cleansing Cloths are like wipes for grownups. Don’t have time for a shower after a lunch workout? These silky little disposable washcloths will be your friend to the end. Now we know why way active celebs like Leighton Meester and Rachel Zoe like this product, which was developed by a U.S. entrepreneur Sarah Kugelman, who found amazingly pure ingredients in Iceland while on vacation. The cloths are self-foaming and non-drying and perfect to throw in your bag or for a quick pick-me-up on a Miami summer day. $15 for 30; skyniceland.com.
Stanley Tucci is all revved up for Independence Day. But not the U.S. version. The bon vivant (who could forget his jovial side as a restaurant owner in the 1996 film “Big Night?”) was recently snapped toasting the 50th year of Jamaican independence at a launch party in NYC for Appleton Estate’s 50 Year Old Jamaica Independence Reserve. The always dapper “Hunger Games” star, who is busy planning his wedding to Emily Blunt’s sister Felicity, is said to like his rum neat with a twist of lemon. “It is my favorite liquor,’’ Tucci told the Wall Street Journal. “It’s just so tangy and sweet but refined too. It’s something you just want to drink, especially at 50.”
Even a gossipmonger like Perez Hilton can be a favorite guest at a July 4 party. The blogger is the face of the new Pringles Speaker Can, a low-cost way to blast your summer playlist. The battery-operated portable speaker is designed to fit onto the top of any Pringles container. Sound is intensified when attached to any MP3 player or similar music device. Through Oct. 31, it’s free if you send over proof of purchase of any four chip cans. Pringles.com/current-promotions.
As the “The Amazing Spider-Man” film flings into theaters, expect themed toys, clothing, bedding, PJs and other red, webby merch in stores. If you don’t want to buy into the hype, check out what the high-flying crime-fighter himself (Andrew Garfield) is up to. He’s using his star power to lend recognition to the Worldwide Orphans Foundation’s Blue Glasses Campaign, in which pipe cleaners are used as symbols so that others see the world the way orphans do. Garfield had traveled to Haiti and Ethiopia to touch base with kids there and teach them sports. Girlfriend/costar Emma Stone was on hand at the NYC charity awareness event wearing the accessories as well. No, they’re not for sale at Target, just make your own. P.S: At midnight Monday, see the movie at AutoNation® IMAX 3D Theater. Tickets: Box office at the Museum of Discovery & Science; 954-713-0930.