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Spa Princess Cookbook

Barbara Beery

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Pamper yourself like a princess! Spa Princess Cookbook has all  the recipes you need for both sensational spa treatments and delicious  edible treats. Soak in a Milk Chocolate Milk Bath, scrub your feet with  Pink Peppermint Foot Glow, or sip a Peachy Keen Princess Smoothie.  Create the fun and magic of spa at home!
Available since: 12/23/2008.

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