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Lisa Rinna doesn’t trust her famous lips to just anyone. The “Celebrity Apprentice All Stars” contestant has been seen sipping MARTINI sparkling wine minis, which come in three flavors: dry, frizzante Prosecco; bolder, sexier Sparkling Rosé; and the classic Asti. Sold in four-packs for $14.99 at Publix and most major liquor stores, the itty bottles make great party favors, as Mary Louise Parker, Hoda Kotb and Cyndi Lauper can attest.


Unreal Candy is worried about your health, especially with Easter coming up. The Massachusetts company, which makes sweets sans corn syrup, preservatives and hydrogenated oils, has recruited nutrition-minded celebs like Tom Brady, John Legend and Jillian Michaels for its “2013 Easter Bunny Apology Tour.” Go to www.sorrybunny.com to see the Easter Bunny posing with his famous pals as he tells the world he will no longer hand out candy without reading the labels first. Find Unreal at CVS.


Coffee gets so many South Floridians’ motors running, so it was only a matter of time before Burger King got in on the action. For those seeking an alternative to Starbucks prices, get over to your nearest fast food spot for a coffeehouse-style Latte. Gabrielle Union was recently seen in a North Hollywood BK picking up a few cups of the stuff, brewed with 100 percent Latin American Arabica espresso from Seattle’s Best Coffee. In Plain, Vanilla, Mocha and Caramel. From $2.29.


How often is it that your makeup is recommended by both a dermatologist and pharmacist? You can almost guarantee Eau Thermale Avene’s tinted compact with SPF50 does the concealing trick. Housed in a tidy white case with mirror, the easy to apply foundation is creamy and luxurious yet a hard worker. We can see why the Europeans love it. $32 at Barba Skin Clinic and RX Pharmacy at the Doubletree-Grand Hotel. www.aveneusa.com.

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