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PAGE 6 POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 25, 2016 ALL ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo eauty Oils Spring 2016 Ciao Bells, Beauty Oils! What are they exactly and what do they do? You can find them everywhere at your favorite cos- metic haunts! Here I'll explain the Beauty and Health benefits of Beauty Otis! Rosehip Oil-- with wrinkle fighting vitamin A, it helps skin recover from past damage and increases cell revital- ization. Use a small amount morning and night for a smoother complexion. Rosehip Oil also contains vitamins C and E which are notable antioxidants for anti-aging. I have used and sold Rosehip Oil for almost 20 years with fantastic results! Read below to purchase. Olige Oil- great for a dry, itchy scalp. Saturate your scalp, leave on 20 minutes and thoroughly shampoo followed with a conditioner. Also makes hair shiny and manageable. Jojoba Oil-- found in body soaps, shampoos and face creams. Extracted from a plant known as a wonderful skin softener. Keeps frizzy hair tamed with a few drops, or a hair treatment. A~jan Oil-- also known as "liquid gold" in Morocco for a host of Beauty rituals. I use a few drops in my hair just before styling. Notable for its vitamin E which strengthens hair and nails with daily use. Yes Glamazons, it's maintenance for us gals everyday[ What price, Beauty? Almond Oil-- has been easing the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema with its Omega-3 ingredients. Great on irritated skin for its calming properties. Enriched body moisturizer is a must! Coconut Oil-- this has been the new trend as it is full of nour- ishing fatty acids. Great as a make-up remover. Use on dry skin anywhere to relieve flakiness. Face, body, lips and cuticles at this time of year can use all the moisture they can get. Grapeseed Oil- full of anti-oxidants that restore collagen, softening lines and helping skin to stay firm. Contains anti-aging properties. Great on hands as a treatment with a warm cloth for 10 minutes. These are just a few of the Beauty Oils out there that I believe to be most popular and beneficial. If you find these ingredients in any of your cosmetics check for their purity and Best Buy dates. If you need more details on these oils, please email or call me. So now go out and "get soft'I![[ Buona Pasqua to all my Post-Gazette family and readers[ -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.allthaf~azz. coral Mary is a third-generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts Saint Josemaria Escrivd by Bennett Molinari Josemaria Mariano Escriv~ y Alb~s was born on January 9, 1902, in the'town of Barbastro, in Huesca, Aragon, Spain. His parents were Jos6 Escriva y Corz n and Maria de los Do- lores Alb&s y Blanc. His father was a merchant and a partner in a textile firm which eventu- ally went bankrupt, forcing the family to move in 1915 to the city of Logrofio, in the northern province of La Rioja, where he worked as a clerk in a clothing store. In the winter of 1917-18, it is said that Josemaria first felt that "he had been chosen for something," when he saw footprints left in the snow by a monk walking barefoot. Josemaria was ordained a priest in Zaragoza, Spain, on March 28,1925. After a brief appointment to a rural parish in Perdiguera, he went to Madrid in 1927 to study law at the Central University. In October of 1928, he first envisioned Opus Dei (Work of God), a way by which Catholics might learn to sanctify them- selves through their secular work. He founded it in 1928, and Pope Pius XII gave it final approval in 1950. During the Spanish Civil War, Escriva left Madrid, which was under republican control, and Richard via Andorra and France, and traveled to the City of Burgos, held by the nationalist forces of General Francisco Franco. After the war ended in 1939 with Franco's victory, Escriv~ was able to resume his studies in Madrid and complete a doc- torate in law. The Priestly Society of the Holy Cross attached to Opus Dei was founded in February of 1943. Escriv& moved to Rome in 1946. He obtained approval of Opus Dei as an institution of pontifical right on June 16, 1950. He then guided the devel- opment of Opus Dei throughout the world, activating a vast mobilization of lay people. He gave life to numerous initiatives Molinari in the work of evangelization and human welfare; he fostered vocations to the priesthood and the religious life everywhere, and devoted himself tirelessly to the recruiting of the members of Opus Dei. In 1948, Escriv~ founded the Collegium Romanum Sanctae Crucis (Roman College of the Holy Cross), Opus Dei's educa- -tionai center for men, in Rome. In 1953, he founded the Colle- gium Romanum Sanctae Mariae (Roman College of Saint Mary) to serve the women's branch. (These institutions are now fused into the Pontifical Univer- sity of the Holy Cross.) Escriva also established the University of Navarre in Pamplona, and the University of Piura in Peru. In 1955, he received a doctor- ate in theology from the Pontiff- cal Lateran University in Rome. The Second Vatican Council (1962-65), was to confirm fun- damental aspects of the spirit of Opus Dei to the Council's teachings on the universal call to holiness, the role of the laity, and the importance of the Mass as the center and root of Chris- tian life. Escriv~ died on June 26, 1975, at age 73. He was Can- onized on October 6, 2002, by Pope John Paul II. St. Francis House North End Friends of St. Francis House will be host- ing their Annual Flea Market and Bake Sale to support the St. Francis House Homeless Mamma Romano's famous eggplant sandwiches, as well as meatball and sausage sand- wiches, will be available for pur- chase. Homemade baked goods, End Bakeries. Also, tons of treasurers in our Flea Market. HELP THE NORTH END FRIENDS OF ST. 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