Channel Your Inner Julia Roberts With These 'Eat, Pray, Love'-Inspired Beauty Finds!

Fri, August 13, 2010 11:10am EST by Add first Comment


Want to travel the world like Julia Roberts in Eat, Pray, Love but can’t exactly take a year off? Try these products inspired by Italy, India and Bali for a quick getaway!

Who wouldn’t love to recreate Julia Roberts’ journey in Eat, Pray, Love? In the film, that hits theatres on Friday, Aug. 13, she travels through Italy, India and Bali. Not too bad, right? Since we can’t all take off for a year and explore the world, we’ll have to settle with bringing a little bit of those experiences into our own everyday life.

  • Want to travel to Italy? Try Fresh Eat Eau De Parfum. It has notes of Italian lemon and basil mixed with hints of caramel and vanilla to invoke thoughts of delicious Italian delicacies.
  • Want to travel to India? Try KeSARI Triphala Radiance Firming Serum. This serum combines traditional Indian ingredients like Indian gooseberry and saffron with retinols and peptides for a potent East-meets-West mix.
  • Want to travel to Bali? Try Tocca Bali Candle. This fragrant candle features sacred champaca flowers which were once used as a daily offering to the Balinese gods.

- Marta Topran

Fresh Eat Eau De Parfum, $32


  • KeSARI Triphala Radiance Firming Serum, $44.50

  • Tocca Bali Candle, $36

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