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Q The gentle And accomplished lady who made herself for ever famous by introducing Valaze to the world has been very busy in Europe for many months past; and as a result of her enthusiastic researches, now offers still other new delights to the wise -women who love to —lake the best of themselves. Valaze and its famous auxiliaries stand incomparable in Beauty's armouiy. These are the new weapons:— Novena Hair Destroyer. Contains no poison. Absolutely harmless. Marvellously effective. In jars, 6/6; postage, 3d. Novena Sunproof Creme. Invisible in ■use. Positively prevents freckles and sunburn. A delightful preparation. In jars, 3/6 and 2/; postage, 3d. Novena Pasta. The, unique outdoor specific for greasy skins. Gives silken texture and perfection of tone. 2/ and 3/6; post free. Novena Cerate. The finest skin cleanser in the world. Restores tissue, allays irritation, prevents wrinkles and malnutrition. 2/ and 3/6; postage, 3d. Novena Extrait. A wonderful antiwrinkle lotion. Does what it is advertised to do. 12/6 per bottle; post, 3d. Valaze Snow Lotion. The new and |-wonderful beautifier over which the Lon--1 don ladies are so joyously enthusiastic Soothing and cool. Gives the complexion the actual bloom of beauty in perfect health. 3/6 per bottle; postage, 3d. Valaze Home Massage Rollers. These roll away wrinkles ajid crowsfeet. Single roller, 9/; set of two, 18/6; complete set of three (in case), 25/; postage, 6d. Oi all chemists or direct from the Valaze Institute, Brandon-street, Wellington. Branch representative: Mrs Collins, City Chambers, Queen-street, Auckland.

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BEAUTY'S BATTERY., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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BEAUTY'S BATTERY. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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