Pulse Style: Ragas Report: What’s in Store

Give your skin a makeover this spring with Yves Rocher’s newest innovation in skin care. The intensive facial treatment starts with Cellular Renaissance — a velvety, fragrance-free, anti-aging daytime cream — followed by Cellular Cure, a 28-day nighttime treatment. Both products help reduce wrinkle depth as well as stimulate cellular renewal, leaving mature skin firmer.

>>Yves Rocher Beauty Centre, the Court at King of Prussia; 610-265-0787.

After more than three years in Chestnut Hill, Kim Kristire, owner of ­simplyCottage, has moved her shabby-chic-meets-­cosmopolitan home store to the Main Line. Expect the same great finds, including French quilts by Elsa C., one-of-a-kind armoires and dressers, and an eclectic array of crystal chandeliers, lamps and sconces.

>>simplyCottage, 367 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford; 610-642-2905.

Former costume designer and Art Institute grad Brandi Frajdenberg recently opened the Fraj boutique in Ardmore. Check out handbags by Angela Adams and Paint the Lily, and Frajdenberg’s own collection of funky beaded chokers and dangly necklaces. Hot for spring: Fraj’s jeans selection — Joes, Oliver Twist and Epic — and Bohemian-inspired tunics speckled with sequins. 

>>Fraj Boutique, 1 West Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore; 610-645-9990.