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Butter London — recently seen on Good Morning America — sure is smooth. And we’re not talking food here. For spring, introduce your nails to the Starkers collection (nudes, get it?). For the upcoming summer line, inspiration came from weather South Floridians know well: glittery, coppery chocolate (Bit Faker); rosy gold like a sunset (Marbs); and a cool, oceany blue, appropriately called Poole. At GBS The Beauty Store. www.butterlondon.com

Drink

Love adult beverages but hate the guilt? Miami Cocktail Company is getting known for its low-cal, ready-to-serve drinks sans carbs and sugar. First flavors up are piña colada and sweet tea, which both scream glam picnic with their old-school bottles. While they don’t contain sodium, additives or preservatives, either, these babies have bite, containing 15 percent premium alcohol but only 37 calories per serving. $14.99 Vintage Liquors.

Sniff

If you don’t have a trip for spring break coming up, escape with one of your senses: smell. Thymes’ Temple Tree Jasmine collection is meant to transport you to an exotic Asian garden. The flowery packaging is so delicate and gorgeous, you’ll want to reuse it as stationery. Try the soap, bubble bath, bath salts, cologne, home fragrance mist, candle, and, for your poor typing digits, a drenching hand lotion. $5-$33 at www.thymes.com

Try

Celebrities have no time for such mundane activities as taking their daily vitamins. Favored by stars of Twilight, Glee and The Voice, alternaVites come in powder form and provide the same benefits of a multi without having to swallow a pill. The little packets, full of immune-system boosters, can be poured on yogurts and smoothies or right on the tongue for a quick health infusion. They have a kids’ version, too. At Tunie’s in Coral Springs. www.alternavites.com

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Easter may be over, but a classic like Here Comes Peter Cottontail never fades away. You can watch the special movie in DVD form, told and sung by the late, great Danny Kaye all year long. Forgot the plot points? Peter Cottontail wants to be the No. 1 Chief Easter Bunny and everyone in April Valley agrees — except for his archrival, evil Irontail, voiced by Vincent Price. Hop along as the character race through time trying to deliver the most eggs...and save the beloved holiday.

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