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This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Time Out for Rise 'n Shine energizing bath and body items formulated with ginseng, lime, lemongrass and citrus will join existing 19 fragrance families in January. Featuring Shower Gel, 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner, Body Lotion Spray and Body Mist, products will retail for $7.50-$10. Also launching is Time Out for Lights Out soothing Bath & Shower Milk Cleanser, Pillowy Body Cream, Body Mist and Gel Candle made with extracts of lavender, valerian and hop flowers. Time Out will be only beauty care brand sold at all 860 Sears stores beginning in 2002; Sears decided to exit cosmetics business in July (1"The Rose Sheet" July 16, p. 4)

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