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Feeling like you could use more nutrition in your diet beside cheese on your pizza? Do as celebs like Beyonce, Jessica Biel and Salma Hayek do: Throw down some organic, cold-pressed, raw juice. No need to go out and scour for it. Boca Raton’s OnJuice delivers. The new company packages the colorful, fruit and veggie-packed juices in recycled bottles that undergo high pressure, not heat, to preserve nutrients. 800-495-5008. onjuice.com; 15 flavors, $10.95-12.50.

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Then again, Scarlett, you could always start your cleanse tomorrow. Ranked as one of the world’s most decadent food items, white truffles from Alba, Italy, are on the cocktail menu at The Flat in Miami Beach. Resident mixologist Milos Vujovic honors the fab fungi in his Truffle Sidecar. “It’s a velvety smooth, cognac-fueled elixir that shines a bright, golden-straw color with both sweet and sour notes,” he explains of the drink, mixed with truffle-infused honey and Solerno blood orange liqueur. $15. 305-531-FLAT, theflatmiami.com

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Katy Perry rules! And she’s showing her subjects who’s boss. The wild-at-heart singer has introduced her latest fragrance, Killer Queen, which captures that rebel spirit her fans know and love. Gotta love the scepter-shaped bottle. Perry says the scent — with notes of wild berry, red velvet flower and patchouli — was inspired by “the idea of a strong, confident woman in power.” John Mayer, take note. $58 for 3.4 fl. oz. at Macy’s, sephora.com

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Reese Witherspoon is already a fan of the grown-up line of clothing; now she can shop at J. Crew for the smallest member of her family. The retailer just launched a baby collection. The theme of the 71 debut mini items: cute meets comfy. “It’s always nice to have that mix of lovely and easy, especially when you have a squirmy subject,” Jenny Cooper, head of Crewcuts design, tells The AP. At jcrew.com and in stores.

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Feeling a little less than gorgeous after having your beautiful baby? Look into a so-called “Mommy Makeover at the Miami Institute. It’s a combination of a tummy tuck and breast augmentation done in one fell swoop. “That way we can address everything at once,” says the Institute’s Dr. Phillip R Craft, who can pretty much guarantee you’ll like the results. Nervous? Check out the Brickell spot’s new state of the art Vectra machine, which provides you with a 3D image of how you will look with different breasts. “People are scared of the unknown and this takes some of the fear away,” says Craft. Appointments: 305-712-7273, www.miami-institute.com

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