Winona Ryder isn’t the only celeb with sticky fingers. A host of TV stars have been enjoying five-finger discounts too. Skin-care products from boscia – a leading supplier to the bathrooms and boudoirs on the sets of such shows as Friends, Will & Grace, Gilmore Girls, and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch – have been mysteriously vanishing. ”It’s funny to get a phone call asking for more product,” says boscia general manager Caren Conrad. ”I ask why, and they always say, ‘It just keeps disappearing. I guess the [actresses] have been having fun again.”’ The most popular ”lost” products? The Antioxidant Recovery Treatment C, the hand lotion, and the Willow Bark Breakout Treatment, which non-TV stars can find at select Nordstrom locations, NYC’s Henri Bendel, and boscia.net. ”We don’t mind replenishing the sets,” adds Conrad. ”At least [the actresses] all have great skin on hiatus.”
Posted January 10 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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