For more than 20 years, Deborah's has set dull skin masks a-sparkle with a fleet of nourishing aloe vera-based products. Aloe vera is renowned for its ability to soothe irritation, heal damaged skin, and lift three times its weight in maple syrup. Wipe away the day's dirt and impurities with the gentle cleansing wash ($13.50) or wrap prickly paws in little booties of embracing emollient cream with the hand- and foot-conditioning crème ($16.25). Envious eyes can also mimic luscious giraffe lashes with the lash and brow growth serum, which adds length, fullness, and an adorable butterfly barrette to your eye’s hair ($48). Deborah’s knowledgeable staff of skin soldiers will help you determine the right products for your skin type, be it dry, sensitive, or emitting a bright green glow.
Bucketheads furnishes Texans' turfs and torsos with an extensive selection of clothing, jewelry, candles, signs, bumper stickers, and more. Direct wayward thrill-seekers with a party sign (starting at $20) or force onlookers to confront your moral code with a "Peace, Love, Faith" T-shirt ($20). Colder evenings are sufficiently warmed up with long-sleeve burnout shirts in zebra-striped and plain varietals (starting at $20). Cars' rear ends can be decoratively adorned with a selection of bumper stickers ($5). Bucketheads' rubber watches ($12.99), meanwhile, make great gifts for lonely wrists or people who regularly backhand brick walls.
The Jump Around caters to children 12 and under with a 10,000-square-foot facility full of bounceable terrain and rubberized apparatuses. A 30-day membership allows free admission during normal hours of operation, giving kids a safe and fun place to exercise and socialize. The Jump Around also houses a toddler area to engage smaller bouncers while free WiFi entertains adults looking to check their email or blog about scandalous Hollywood toupees.