The BoomStick Trio ($76) features three multi-tasking sticks that promise to give a dewy, healthy finish to all skin tones.

Makeup for boomers, the Wet Brush, healthy backpack


Cindy Joseph is the rare makeup artist turned model, a transition which happened when Joseph was 49. After decades in the beauty business, she created Boom, the first pro-age line of products for skin. Touted by users as a must-have for women over 40 — or anyone else seeking a natural look — Boom products include facial moisturizers, masks, color sticks and a sensual lubricant — all of which are paraben and phthalate free and include ingredients such as honey, propolis, extra virgin olive oil and more. The Boomstick Trio ($76) features three multi-tasking sticks that promise to give a dewy, healthy finish to all skin tones. The trio includes a sheer moisturizer, a color stick that can be used as lipstick, blush and shadow and a glimmer stick for shimmer on eyes, lips, cheeks or anywhere you want an extra glow. Get Boom products at


Now that summer is nigh, be sure you have the summer must have for detangling windblown, chlorine-laden, hair. The Wet Brush, features thin, flexible bristles that bend around knots to gently release them with snapping or breaking wet hair. Use it to comb a moisturizing mask or conditioner through hair while lounging at the beach or poolside. It costs $8.99 - $11.99 at mass retailers including Target and Ulta.


Whether your summer plans include hiking, traveling or just hanging out, the Healthy Back Bag by Ameribag will hold your stuff while keeping your spine safe. The trademarked teardrop, crossbody design molds to the shape of your spine and distributes weight properly. The bags come in a range of colors and materials including microfiber which costs $65 at

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