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Trend alert! Coconut water is so 2013. Extra virgin coconut oil is what’s popping up in pantries and toiletry bags of VIPs everywhere. Jared Leto, Miranda Kerr and Olympian Apolo Ohno are loving this “It” ingredient due to its many uses: as a skin and hair moisturizer, breath freshener and energy booster (the speed skater puts it on pasta). Sarah Jessica Parker favors Carrington Farms because the brand is organic, naturally.


With such a wildly unpredictable daughter, Tish Cyrus sure needs some Me Time. Word is Miley’s momager can’t stop raving about the treatment she got while in Miami Beach at Spa E on Lincoln Road. After the “Adore You” singer’s concert, Ms. Tish treated herself to a Repêchage Lamina Lift Mask and Biolight Facial. The bill: a mere $200. www.spaemiami.com, 305-534-3223.


Oral hygiene isn’t something to ignore, like, say, calls from telemarketers. You don’t have to have a degree to realize your old toothbrush harbors tons of bacteria. So stave off the emergency dental appointment and look into some in-house care with GoodMouth, a service that delivers BPA-free toothbrushes customized to your needs to your doorstep in a fashionable, little bag. Subscriptions start at $4.95. www.goodmouth.com/signup.


If you head to The Biltmore through April 26 you’re in for some interesting eye candy. Celebrity-loved NYC artist Michael Aram is bringing his traveling installation to the grand Gables hotel, which is showcasing a few of his most impressive large-scale sculptures, and even putting some as centerpieces at Palme d’Or, which is serving complimentary dessert on Aram platters throughout the exhibit. Hint: Truffles.

Madeleine Marr

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